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Thumbnail of Casablanca | Organic
A pleasing blend of black tea, green tea and mint with a whiff of bergamot that is similar to our Moroccan Mint but with a bit of citrus. Sweet and pungent, a bracing tea to be drunk hot, iced, alone or with sugar.
Thumbnail of Ginger Black | Organic
Spice ginger is lightly tempered by a smooth black tea base.
Thumbnail of Darjeeling - First Flush | Organic
First Flush means that this tea was picked in March. It has a light vegetal taste that all first flush Darjeelings share. A tea for all occasions, though typically enjoyed without cream or sugar.
Thumbnail of Assam Breakfast | Organic
A new, classic Assam blend from multiple estate teas with a traditional leaf style. Produced during June this tea embodies all the flavor and strength you expect from a top Assam estate. This is a great breakfast tea that is best drunk with milk or even cream.

Note: This tea is no longer Golden Assam, as there are no golden tips in this tea blend.

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 Crimson Ceylon | Organic
This tea has recently changed. The picture is of the tea we had before. This tea has smaller leaves, Updated Picture coming soon..
A blend of Ceylon teas. Grade FBOP.
Thumbnail of Yunnan Gold | Organic
This Yunnan black (Dianhong) tea is a type of Chinese black tea, and is a high end gourmet black tea. When viewed from a distance, the golden tips appear bright orange in colour. The tea liquor is bright red in colour and exhibits a gentle aroma and a sweet taste.

The main difference between Dianhong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips," present in the dried tea.

Thumbnail of Assam CTC | Organic
Crush, Tear, and Curl is a method of processing black tea. However instead of the leaves being rolled at a final stage (as a orthodox Assam is), they are passed through a series of cylindrical rollers with hundreds of small sharp "teeth" that crush, tear, and curl the tea. This process removes many of the more tannic parts of the plant, and therefore is great for boiling in water or milk for making chai.
Thumbnail of New Mexico Breakfast Blend | Organic
This blend of pure black tea resonates with the waters of the land and says, "Good Morning!" in a cup. Or "Hello Evening! We're going to be working late together," for those days you just need to hustle. Blended specifically to work well with New Mexico tap water, but is also a beautifully blended breakfast tea with any water. Flavor notes are subtle and sweet, and still come through with subsequent steepings. Enjoy with milk and cream or chilled as an iced tea.
Thumbnail of Vietnam Black | Organic
A relative new comer to the international tea world, Vietnam Black holds up to its name brewing up as a deep, dark mahogany color and bold and robust on the palate. Flavor profile is woodsy with lingering malty qualities and a sweet, smooth finish. A solid, black tea that is quite enjoyable on its own but takes milk and sugar quite well. This tea may give Assam tea new competition for space on your counter!
Thumbnail of Nilgiri Indigo | Organic
Nilgiri tea is a dark, intensely aromatic and flavorful tea grown in the southern portion of the Western Ghats mountains of Southern India.
Thumbnail of Pumpkin Spice | Organic
A medium black tea that sings the notes of crisp autumn days filled with good company around the fireplace. Perfect with honey, milk and/or sugar.
Thumbnail of Honey Black Tea | Organic
Blending organic black tea with bee pollen and an extra kick of natural honey flavor gives this tea the unique taste of honey and tea without the extra sugar.
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.
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 Blackberry Sage | Organic
Sweet and berry best with flowery undertones 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 Wild Thai Black | Organic
Excellent fullness with subtle Thai sweetness.
Thumbnail of Persian Tea | Organic
This tea is inspired by the palate preferences of Persia. The citrus flavor of bergamot is lightly blended with crushed spicy cardamom giving a unique taste your sure to enjoy. Takes milk and sugar beautifully.
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 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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