Grown at a very high-altitude of 2000 meters, this pure black tea has notes of caramel, honey, sweet potatoes, and malt. It is picked from the first flush of the spring harvest, lightly oxidized, and processed in a Taiwanese-style.
High Mountain Red is thick and rich with a fruity finish to cut its vigor. A very flavorful and enjoyable pure black tea!!
Spring 2021 harvest.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Yunnan, China Caffeine: MED-HIGH
Although often heavily smoked and used to make Lapsang Souchong, this Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong (“Wu Yi Mountain Small Tea Plant”) is processed in the traditional style of black tea and has notes of dark chocolate with a surprisingly sweet finish.
Great black teas like this one don’t require additives like milk and sugar to enhance their deliciousness, as their sophisticated and enigmatic personalities sing harmoniously on their own.
Spring 2021 Harvest.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Fujian, China Caffeine: MED-HIGH
Spring Blossom Pekoe is an early season Mao Feng green tea from southeastern China. This particular lot has a variety of color in its long leaves, ranging from light to dark green with a high number of white buds.
This tea is fired at a higher temperature than other Mao Fengs, resulting in more toasty notes. It is a delicious green tea - nutty, vegetal, clean and smooth. Goes great with food!
Ingredients: Green tea. Origin: Fujian, China Caffeine: LOW-MED
A high grade Jade style oolong, we love this tea for its unique fruity taste balanced beautifully with a grassy, slightly cooling finish. Its smoothness lingers, but leaves a brightness at the end, making it an easy-drinking tea that can handle multiple steeps.
Ingredients: Oolong tea. Origin: Fujian, China Caffeine: MED
This one has become a fast favorite, and we know you’ll quickly become addicted to it! Delicate white tea gets the holiday treatment with the bright punch of peppermint, warming up the mouth and throat but finishing to an even and perfect balance of sweetness. Rosehip adds a floral elegance, making this a gorgeous pick me up for any time of day. We love it on its own, but add warm milk to make it even more luscious.
This tea brews to a deep red liquor bursting with tart thirst-quenching goodness, a great caffeine-free tea to sip in the cold months. Currants, cranberries, blueberries, and orange peel sing with festive sweetness while the nuttiness of rooibos rounds out the finish, creating balance. Mango and passion fruit further excite the palate, making this tea a juicy punch of flavor.
Plucked in the first week of April, this robust tea bursts with the bright vegetal notes of spring. It steeps to a thick liquor with notes of green grass and toasted nuts, easing to an ever-so-slighly sweet finish. Classic Laoshan Green may be stronger than most green teas you’re used to, but its overall smoothness and elegance makes it a real crowd-pleaser.
Ingredients: Green tea. Origin: Shandong, Chian Caffeine: LOW-MED
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2018 People's Choice Winner Best Hot Herbal Tea
Nurture your body with this healing and comforting blend of cleansing herbs and spices. Not only was it an award-winner with the Tea Championship judges in 2017, but it was the People’s Choice winner for best hot herbal tea of 2018.