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**ALL TEAS CAN BE MADE BOTH HOT OR ICED! These are simply some of our recommendations!**

Loose-Leaf Iced Teas are not just for summers anymore.   

As Americans become more health-conscious, they are increasingly turning to loose-leaf teas for iced tea. Traditionally, iced teas are heavily sweetened, but because our teas are delicious premium teas with herbal and fruit flavors, there is no need for added sugar. 

Our selection of iced teas offers several varieties, including traditional black teas. Our Blue Sapphire Tea features a mild Kenyan Blend with just enough briskness to quench your thirst.  If your palate runs a little sweet, just add a teaspoon or two of sugar to make a satisfying drink that is head and shoulders above the powdered stuff. 

A small twist on the classic black iced teas would include our Black Currant and other decaf black teas.  These offer an infusion of fruit flavor that creates a pleasant surprise. These loose-leaf iced teas are carefully flavored to balance the fruit against the briskness of the black teas and create a cup that you'll remember and want more of. Certain fruits just go great with black teas, and we picked out the best flavor blends for you. Being decaf, these blends will not caffeinate you up, so you can enjoy many chilly cups to beat the summer heat. 

If you're looking for something totally different, try our fruit teas. These loose tea blends are made by blending various dried fruits and herbs. These all-natural blends bring a very fruity flavor that you would associate with fruit juice.  But truth be told, our fruit-flavored loose-leaf iced teas have no calories, since there is no sugar added. Dried fruit brings the intense flavors of the character to the forefront, much like essential oils do.   

Loose Leaf Green Teas Make Great Iced Teas 

Believe it or not, green teas are quite popular iced today.  When I was growing up in Japan, iced green teas would have been considered uncouth.  But Americans are not about playing by the rules, and we like things cold—icy cold. Americans re-invented green teas to be served iced.  Now, thanks to Americans, iced green teas are actually being enjoyed in Japan. 

My Japanese mom still will have nothing to do with iced green teas, but I like it. In our shop, we picked out our best loose green teas that work best iced.  We included Kyoto Cherry Rose and Citron Green.  Both are flavored, so even the uninitiated would be pleasantly surprised at what green teas can be. Give our east meets west green teas a try. 

Our wide variety of fruit tisanes include our year-round favorites, such as Angel Falls Mist with its delightful strawberry notes or our best-selling Last Mango In Paris, which features an intense mango flavor. Not to be forgotten are our Pina Colada and White Tropics teas, which blend delicious pineapple and coconut.  Once you taste these fruit teas, you will never go back to the instant mixes from the jar. You will also notice that you will get a brighter fruit flavor than the so-called fruit teas you can get in the ready-to-drink bottles.  We dare you to look up the sugar content in those drinks. There is nothing nutritious about those—you might as well be drinking soda with all the empty calories.  If you like your fruit teas sweeter, you can add a wee bit of sugar. Since you're adding sugar, you retain control. 

These loose-leaf iced teas are so easy to prepare using the same methods you would for traditional brewed iced teas. We sell our specialty iced tea pitchers, which make it so simple to keep loads of iced tea on hand in the fridge.  Try our 50-ounce pitcher with its pour-through strainer lid or our larger 68-ounce iced tea pitcher with a large removable infuser basket. 

By the way, we used the word tisane earlier.  Tisane means infusion, which in turn means steeping or brewing.  Since technically and scientifically, tea is a specific plant, we really don't like to call our fruit blends tisane teas.  Tisane is actually a French word and it explains the process rather than the ingredients, which are fruit and herbs. 

Whatever you want to call these delicious fruit drinks, tisane, or fruit Tea, we don't mind. We're just happy that you're enjoying them. 

 And remember that iced tea is not just a summer thing anymore. It's a year-round healthy alternative to all the sugary and unhealthy drinks that abound.  It’s easy to make loose-leaf iced teas.  

 Check out our blog post about the origins of Iced Tea in America 

Loose-Leaf Iced Teas

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Color

Brand

Price

Autumn Sunset - Loose Leaf Tea
$ 10.00
Have you ever gazed upon a sunset in the autumn and just been absolutely enthralled and amazed at the colors that you see? When you think of this memory, how does it make you feel? For us, it is both breathtaking and delightful, and we want to share those feelings with you in this tea.  Our Autumn Sunset is a tisane that incorporates the ingredients of apple pieces, raspberry leaves, lemon balm, rose hips, peppermint leaves, hibiscus, natural passionfruit flavor, cranberries, safflower, and blue cornflowers. Not only is it absolutely stunning to look at, but once you brew it you will only more so fall in love. The fruity notes that you taste initially are perfectly complemented with the cool, minty, and refreshing follow up that is provided by the peppermint leaves. 

**ALL TEAS CAN BE MADE BOTH HOT OR ICED! These are simply some of our recommendations!**

Loose-Leaf Iced Teas are not just for summers anymore.   

As Americans become more health-conscious, they are increasingly turning to loose-leaf teas for iced tea. Traditionally, iced teas are heavily sweetened, but because our teas are delicious premium teas with herbal and fruit flavors, there is no need for added sugar. 

Our selection of iced teas offers several varieties, including traditional black teas. Our Blue Sapphire Tea features a mild Kenyan Blend with just enough briskness to quench your thirst.  If your palate runs a little sweet, just add a teaspoon or two of sugar to make a satisfying drink that is head and shoulders above the powdered stuff. 

A small twist on the classic black iced teas would include our Black Currant and other decaf black teas.  These offer an infusion of fruit flavor that creates a pleasant surprise. These loose-leaf iced teas are carefully flavored to balance the fruit against the briskness of the black teas and create a cup that you'll remember and want more of. Certain fruits just go great with black teas, and we picked out the best flavor blends for you. Being decaf, these blends will not caffeinate you up, so you can enjoy many chilly cups to beat the summer heat. 

If you're looking for something totally different, try our fruit teas. These loose tea blends are made by blending various dried fruits and herbs. These all-natural blends bring a very fruity flavor that you would associate with fruit juice.  But truth be told, our fruit-flavored loose-leaf iced teas have no calories, since there is no sugar added. Dried fruit brings the intense flavors of the character to the forefront, much like essential oils do.   

Loose Leaf Green Teas Make Great Iced Teas 

Believe it or not, green teas are quite popular iced today.  When I was growing up in Japan, iced green teas would have been considered uncouth.  But Americans are not about playing by the rules, and we like things cold—icy cold. Americans re-invented green teas to be served iced.  Now, thanks to Americans, iced green teas are actually being enjoyed in Japan. 

My Japanese mom still will have nothing to do with iced green teas, but I like it. In our shop, we picked out our best loose green teas that work best iced.  We included Kyoto Cherry Rose and Citron Green.  Both are flavored, so even the uninitiated would be pleasantly surprised at what green teas can be. Give our east meets west green teas a try. 

Our wide variety of fruit tisanes include our year-round favorites, such as Angel Falls Mist with its delightful strawberry notes or our best-selling Last Mango In Paris, which features an intense mango flavor. Not to be forgotten are our Pina Colada and White Tropics teas, which blend delicious pineapple and coconut.  Once you taste these fruit teas, you will never go back to the instant mixes from the jar. You will also notice that you will get a brighter fruit flavor than the so-called fruit teas you can get in the ready-to-drink bottles.  We dare you to look up the sugar content in those drinks. There is nothing nutritious about those—you might as well be drinking soda with all the empty calories.  If you like your fruit teas sweeter, you can add a wee bit of sugar. Since you're adding sugar, you retain control. 

These loose-leaf iced teas are so easy to prepare using the same methods you would for traditional brewed iced teas. We sell our specialty iced tea pitchers, which make it so simple to keep loads of iced tea on hand in the fridge.  Try our 50-ounce pitcher with its pour-through strainer lid or our larger 68-ounce iced tea pitcher with a large removable infuser basket. 

By the way, we used the word tisane earlier.  Tisane means infusion, which in turn means steeping or brewing.  Since technically and scientifically, tea is a specific plant, we really don't like to call our fruit blends tisane teas.  Tisane is actually a French word and it explains the process rather than the ingredients, which are fruit and herbs. 

Whatever you want to call these delicious fruit drinks, tisane, or fruit Tea, we don't mind. We're just happy that you're enjoying them. 

 And remember that iced tea is not just a summer thing anymore. It's a year-round healthy alternative to all the sugary and unhealthy drinks that abound.  It’s easy to make loose-leaf iced teas.  

 Check out our blog post about the origins of Iced Tea in America