100% BLACK TEA BLEND of four orthodox teas, to create a traditional yet more complex blend of these premium selections: desirable Yunnan & Keemum from China, bold Assam from India, and sweet Ceylon from Sri Lanka.
An uncommon, low-production, specialty tea - but still affordable for every day use. Mao Xie is 100% OOLONG TEA called Hairy Crab, from the village of Da Ping, Anxi County, in the Fujian Province of China... (more below)
Our delicious blend of BLACK TEA from China, scented with soft red rose petals. The pronounced fragrance alone makes our Rose Black tea a delight for the senses. Petals blended throughout add a beautiful decoration. A sweet, full taste with flowery flavo
An aromatherapy twist from the traditional version of Earl Grey. Premium BLACK TEA from Sri Lanka blended with lavender flowers, orange peels, natural bergamot oil, blue cornflowers, and natural cream flavor.
100% Organic nonpareil (highest) grade GREEN TEA. It’s only jasmine scented since jasmine does not actually touch the green tea leaves. These are full two leaves and an unopened bud attached leaf sets, that are carefully jasmine flower scented than rolled
100% Matcha from Nishio city, Aichi prefecture, Japan. Culinary/cooking grade is less expensive and has a stronger flavor than drinking grade, so it can be tasted even when mixed with other ingredients in beverages like Matcha Lattes, food, and desserts.
Higher grade Tie Guan Yin OOLONG TEA leaves from Anxi County, Fujian Province, China, which are rolled into lightly oxidized dark green pellets, bathed in real rich cream, then specially dried to preserve.
Bold, brisk, powerful BLACK TEA from the Meleng Estate, Assam region of India. A burgundy-red liquor, smooth astringency, and malty with notes of raisin. It is quite traditional to take with milk and honey or sugar, since the tea stands up.
Naturally aged/fermented PUER TEA from Yunnan Province, China. Puer (or sometimes shown as Pu’erh, is pronounced poo-err) tea is lessor known than other classifications like black or green, but is rapidly gaining popularity due to it's famously woodsy an