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Loose-Leaf Flavored Black Teas

We offer a large collection of premium flavored loose-leaf teas from the best gardens and estates from all over the world. We carefully curate our black teas to provide you a wide variety of flavor—from classics like Hot Cinnamon Spice to the tasty Chinese Lapsang Souchong with its smoky flavor. 

Our Popular Flavored Black Teas 

Other popular teas include Ice Wine, Organic Maple, and Scottish Caramel Pu'erh. All our teas have a rich, robust taste and intense color. Our black teas are infused with flavor from fruits, spices, herbs, and even caramel to create delicious flavored loose-leaf teas. Some flavors are assertive, and some are more subtle and complex. Our Paris blend is a good example. It has several different aromas or taste profiles. 

Equally popular are our Chocolate Mint, Organic Maple, Cream of Earl Grey, and our totally organic Heaven Sent Chai. Our Chocolate Mint tastes like a Girl Scout cookie and the ice cream of the same name.  Our organic Maple adds a sweet aroma and balances out the full-bodied flavor base. The Cream of Earl Grey adds a spin on the classic Earl Grey with the addition of creamy vanilla.  Heaven Sent Chai with its totally organic blend of Masala spices is a year-round favorite and is regularly enjoyed with a heaping spoonful of sugar and heated milk—just like it is prepared in its native India. 

Why our loose leaf flavored black teas are better 

Not all loose teas are created equal.  At the bottom of the ladder are bagged teas, which are made to do two things: create color and do it as quickly as possible. These are reserved for iced teas, which use lots of sugar to mask its lack of flavor. In the very old days, baggies were created from sweeping up the fannings, or dust, created by the processing of loose-leaf teas.  

A good analogy between bagged and premium loose-leaf is similar to the difference between instant coffee and fresh store roasted coffee. There is no comparison between the two. Does anyone even drink instant coffee these days? So why would you want to drink bagged tea? 

Although some bagged teas are better than others, loose leaf is considered to be the best. Even with loose leaf, not all are premium teas.  We carefully choose the finest available flavored black teas, so you can shop with confidence that you will be getting premium flavor in your cup every time.   

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We offer a large collection of premium flavored loose-leaf teas from the best gardens and estates from all over the world. We carefully curate our black teas to provide you a wide variety of flavor—from classics like Hot Cinnamon Spice to the tasty Chinese Lapsang Souchong with its smoky flavor. 

Our Popular Flavored Black Teas 

Other popular teas include Ice Wine, Organic Maple, and Scottish Caramel Pu'erh. All our teas have a rich, robust taste and intense color. Our black teas are infused with flavor from fruits, spices, herbs, and even caramel to create delicious flavored loose-leaf teas. Some flavors are assertive, and some are more subtle and complex. Our Paris blend is a good example. It has several different aromas or taste profiles. 

Equally popular are our Chocolate Mint, Organic Maple, Cream of Earl Grey, and our totally organic Heaven Sent Chai. Our Chocolate Mint tastes like a Girl Scout cookie and the ice cream of the same name.  Our organic Maple adds a sweet aroma and balances out the full-bodied flavor base. The Cream of Earl Grey adds a spin on the classic Earl Grey with the addition of creamy vanilla.  Heaven Sent Chai with its totally organic blend of Masala spices is a year-round favorite and is regularly enjoyed with a heaping spoonful of sugar and heated milk—just like it is prepared in its native India. 

Why our loose leaf flavored black teas are better 

Not all loose teas are created equal.  At the bottom of the ladder are bagged teas, which are made to do two things: create color and do it as quickly as possible. These are reserved for iced teas, which use lots of sugar to mask its lack of flavor. In the very old days, baggies were created from sweeping up the fannings, or dust, created by the processing of loose-leaf teas.  

A good analogy between bagged and premium loose-leaf is similar to the difference between instant coffee and fresh store roasted coffee. There is no comparison between the two. Does anyone even drink instant coffee these days? So why would you want to drink bagged tea? 

Although some bagged teas are better than others, loose leaf is considered to be the best. Even with loose leaf, not all are premium teas.  We carefully choose the finest available flavored black teas, so you can shop with confidence that you will be getting premium flavor in your cup every time.   

Russian Country Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 11.00
A hearty flavor that peasants and nobles alike can agree is Russian in its essence.  This four-tea blend shares most common ground, interestingly, with a Lapsang Souchong. Smoky in character and undeniably rich, one might magine that it took such a robust collection to ensure survival across the Asian plains towards Russia.This Chinese blend was an original prized export along the silk road, making its way thousands of miles with dedicated merchants and their pack animals. A plain, strong flavour collection made for, while robust, quite a charged black blend that Russian purveyors found to be the perfect smoke-rich balance for teatime sweets. The Lapsang Souchong leaves help to fill out the strength at the core of this tea whose underlying flavours can be trying to detect beneath the Lapsang. Russian Country has citric notes, fruit notes, and even the peachy red hints of oolong according to the lesser leaves of the blend....
Scottish Caramel Pu-Erh - Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 13.00
An earthy, deep loose tea mellowed by melty caramel is an excellent breakfast tea Creamy and earthy; here's a Scottish blend if ever one was to be had. Unabashedly a tea to fill pot after pot with, this has all the makings of a table-ful of smiles on a Scottish afternoon. But there's more to this blend. Indeed this tisanal hails not only from Caledonian hills but also from China. Two nation's whose characters mix into an altogether unique, burnt sweetness.  ALERGEN ALERT - Contains Nuts.   Charmaine Houck Review Scottish Caramel Puerh with her son. He liked it so much, he helps himself to second cup with no coaching from Mom. Often noted for its gardenial, hillside earthiness; this loose tea's collection is a lungful and one for a discussion. From China comes this tea's more curiously healthy tinges. That's right: even in a decadent cupful of Scottish Caramel black tea,...
Vanilla Chai - Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 10.00
An undertone of vanilla keeps the spices in line so the black tea's flavors prevail. This spicy take on Chai goes easy on the black and adds a seasoned kick to the vanilla that's determined to make itself known in the tea's flavor.  A fun, full-flavored competition for herbal supremacy; loose leaf Vanilla Chai will have you wondering why you ever even added milk in the first place. This tea is often temped down with extra plain black: so potent is its cardamom cinnamon one two punch of chai spicing. Chai is often referred to as tea for starters of tea for those who don't like bitter flavors. Its accessibility is largely due to its near festival-like riot of flavors – instant transportation to sensory holidays. Access the rich childlike pleasure of a full-bodied cup of Vanilla Chai. Vanilla is known for its sharp smoothing effect on flavor collections. It condensed...
Vanilla Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 10.00
Nothing is as comforting, familiar and welcoming as Vanilla essence. In a tea its fabulous. Playing complement to a black tea is no simple task. Of the most popular flavorings, vanilla is perhaps the only truly viable candidate to be considered as a baseline pairing with a straight black tea. Why? Let's consider the character of a black tisanal. Straightness and clarity are two prized characteristics of a classic black tea. A plain, unassuming nature is fundamental to this “grown up” brew. Sound familiar? Vanilla has long had a similar reputation among flavorings. Consider the collection found in a vanilla-centric aroma. It's simple, clean, vaguely sweet, ready to be blended. Possessive of itself and avoiding any analysis: vanilla is, upon deeper inspection, a well-positioned mate for black tea. Vanilla Black proves this as it gains ground through its quiet, uncomplicated collection. With health qualities and upper-class details taking the sideline; flavor...