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Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Vanilla
Rich, decadent, and EASY! Just like hot cocoa, this Insta-Vanilla Tea is a great way to enjoy tea on the go. Brew it hot or cold! No need to worry about steep time; just scoop 2 tablespoons of the powder, add a cup of hot water, stir and you instantly have a great cup of pre-sweetened Vanilla Black Tea.
Thumbnail of Wakoucha Japanese Black | Organic
Organic Wakoucha is a stunning demonstration of rare Japanese black teas. It has a clean amber red hue when brewed, and the aroma is sweet and floral. It has a prominent juicy sweetness with notes of chrysanthemum and clove and leaves a lingering honeyed floral finish.
Thumbnail of Mediterranean Mint | Organic
A bright black tea boosted by a cool, refreshing mint medley.
Thumbnail of Sweet Souchong | Organic
This Sweet Souchong is a sweeter, less smokey version of our traditional lapsang souchong, a black tea originally from the Mount Wuyi area in the Fujian province of China. The tea leaves have been withered over pine or cedar fires, pan-fired, rolled and oxidized before being fully dried in bamboo baskets over burning pine. It is a great introduction to smoked teas without being overwhelmed by campfire taste.
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Thumbnail of Tanzania Black | Organic
The soil conditions and altitude in the Usambara Mountain estate combine to give this Assamese varietal distinctive fruit notes in compliment to the traditional malted flavor profile.
Thumbnail of Chocolate Earl Grey | Organic
An elegant twist on the British tea classic, Chocolate Earl Grey artfully combines rich, black tea with Italian bergamot (the highly aromatic citrus fruit) and a silky, sweet touch of chocolate. Invoke a few moments of reverie with this lusciously smooth, antioxidant-rich, dessert-like cup.
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A fun blend of caramel, apples, and spices that recall the enjoyment of a county fair or autumn harvest.
Thumbnail of Jinggu Old Tree Yunnan
ETA: late November/early December

Excellent fullness with subtle China sweetness.

Thumbnail of Darjeeling Second Flush
Plucked in the early summer months of May and June, this stylishly rolled leaf is made from select shoots that draw their succulence from the late spring showers. The cup is clear amber, yet full bodied with an excellent flowery nose. The flavor of the tea is mature in comparison to the First Flush. In taste it has a complex layer of maltiness with musk and nutty undertones.
Thumbnail of Ginger Black | Organic
Spice ginger is lightly tempered by a smooth black tea base.
Thumbnail of Assam Broken Leaf | Organic
Broken-leaf Assam teas tend to have a full body and brew quickly, therefore are excellent with milk and sugar. This tea makes a good every day tea because it is inexpensive, and yet still flavorful.
Thumbnail of Wild Blackberry | Organic
Sweet and berry best describes this tea. Try it with a touch of honey for a special treat, or serve with milk and sugar for a classic taste.
Thumbnail of Vanilla Chai | Organic
Indian chai is typically made using a rich black tea, usually an Assam, and brewing it in heavy milk with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pepper. The drink produces a warm soothing effect and engenders a wonderfully calming effect on the body. Vanilla adds a hint of creaminess - a fantastic addition. Brew this tea piping hot and scoop in some sugar to help open up the exotic flavor of this spicy blend. Just try and stop after one cup!
Thumbnail of Black Cranberry | Organic
Full flavored with a saucy cranberry character. Enjoy this tea iced with real cranberry garnish, or hot with milk and sugar.
Thumbnail of Currant Black Tea
Black Currant is also known as Cassis. It is both a propagated and wild grown berry which some claim originated in France. Cassis is a very popular beverage throughout Europe, known for being aromatic in smell and in taste. This particular aspect of Black Currant is very evident on this tea. Ideal as an iced tea to be drunk by the pool on a hot summer's day or hot on a crisp winter afternoon.
Thumbnail of Earl Grey | Decaffeinated
Exquisite Earl Grey without the caffeine, which has been removed using a CO-2 process. Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.
Thumbnail of Tropical Paradise | Organic
If you love tropical drinks but still want a bit of caffeine, this is the drink for you. Make it a party favorite as a cold steep concentrate blended with spritzer to beat those long, hot days. (Also delicious as a hot brew.)
Thumbnail of Thai Zinger | Organic
Excellent fullness with subtle Thai sweetness balanced with tart hibiscus, bright lemongrass and lemon peel and rounded with a dash of cinnamon. Just what the doctor ordered for a great summer refreshment!
Thumbnail of Decaf Chai
The same great spice taste of our Masala chai, but made with a decaffeinated black tea from Ceylon. To get the best taste, we recommend twice the usual serving of tea, 2 tsp, as decaffeinated teas do tend to be milder.
$4.50 Decaf Chai
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