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Best Loose Leaf Teas

We are pleased to offer the best loose teas. We offer only loose teas as we believe it offers the best flavor. Our teas are sourced from around the world. Teas grows best in hot humid climates like those found in China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka and Africa. However, like wine each growing area produces raw leaves that vary significantly. Combined with the different techniques used to process the leaves, creates an even larger diversity in styles and flavors. Our collection of over 100 loose teas offers a wide overview of teas that are popular with Americans.

This pages shows all the teas we offer. Use our menu to look for the various styles such as Green Teas or Flavored Black Teas.  An alternative way to find teas would be to navigate by Category.  Here we have listed our teas by Organic, Sleep Ease etc.  

Black Teas - Most black teas are grown in the former English colonies like India, Sir Lanka, and parts of the Africa. Black teas were actually introduced to the English by the Chinese.  The Chinese actually prefer green teas but they choose to sell the English black teas.  The reason they did was probably the fact that black teas would travel better than the more delicate the green teas.  The English loved all teas so much that it created a trade deficit and then war.  Read the blog post about the Opium War.

Flavored Black Teas. To add a little flavor to plain black teas, blenders added flavoring to teas.  An old favorite recipe is Earl Grey which is made with the addition of an Italian citrus Bergamot.   Our most popular teas happens to be a flavored black teas especially Hot Cinnamon Spice.  With it deep spicy flavor powered by cinnamon and clove it has been called "Christmas in cup".  The cloves creates a sweet counterpoint to the cinnamon.  This classic is also available in decaf and makes a great night time cuppa.

Whatever styles of teas you like, we offer over 100 teas in many styles to choose from.  

Green Teas - Green teas are most popular in Japan and China.  In Japan the varieties of green teas are limited but in China there are many more varieties.  One of our more popular of Chinese teas is Jasmine Dragon Pearls.  

White Teas - White teas are probably the oldest of the teas as the leaves are only dried and this process was simple. Fact and legend are hard to separate since teas were first discovered in 2737 BC and facts get blurry over time.  The first teas were probably brewed as green leaves and perhaps some were dried and preserved to enjoy in the colder seasons.  

Oolong Teas - are half way between green and black teas in color and taste.  The oxidation or the agitation of the leaves which causes the leaf to be crushed. The amount of this oxidation is greatly reduced in the making of Oolong teas.

Herbal & Fruit Teas  This final category is a catch all for the non-teas. Technically speaking all teas comes from a specific plant called Camellia sinensis. Americans call any dried herb, fruit or plant that is steeped in hot water teas. In French, Tisane means infusion and we refer to our fruit and herbal teas as such.  Our tisanes contain flowers like hibiscus, herbs like rose hip, fruit like mango, apple and pineapple which brew up a delicious cuppa. 

Our herbal selection also includes straight herbs like chamomile, ginger etc.  Lots of customers like to drink the herbals straight or mixed into other teas.  A popular trick is to blend a pinch of lavender into green teas.

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Best Loose Leaf Teas

We are pleased to offer the best loose teas. We offer only loose teas as we believe it offers the best flavor. Our teas are sourced from around the world. Teas grows best in hot humid climates like those found in China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka and Africa. However, like wine each growing area produces raw leaves that vary significantly. Combined with the different techniques used to process the leaves, creates an even larger diversity in styles and flavors. Our collection of over 100 loose teas offers a wide overview of teas that are popular with Americans.

This pages shows all the teas we offer. Use our menu to look for the various styles such as Green Teas or Flavored Black Teas.  An alternative way to find teas would be to navigate by Category.  Here we have listed our teas by Organic, Sleep Ease etc.  

Black Teas - Most black teas are grown in the former English colonies like India, Sir Lanka, and parts of the Africa. Black teas were actually introduced to the English by the Chinese.  The Chinese actually prefer green teas but they choose to sell the English black teas.  The reason they did was probably the fact that black teas would travel better than the more delicate the green teas.  The English loved all teas so much that it created a trade deficit and then war.  Read the blog post about the Opium War.

Flavored Black Teas. To add a little flavor to plain black teas, blenders added flavoring to teas.  An old favorite recipe is Earl Grey which is made with the addition of an Italian citrus Bergamot.   Our most popular teas happens to be a flavored black teas especially Hot Cinnamon Spice.  With it deep spicy flavor powered by cinnamon and clove it has been called "Christmas in cup".  The cloves creates a sweet counterpoint to the cinnamon.  This classic is also available in decaf and makes a great night time cuppa.

Whatever styles of teas you like, we offer over 100 teas in many styles to choose from.  

Green Teas - Green teas are most popular in Japan and China.  In Japan the varieties of green teas are limited but in China there are many more varieties.  One of our more popular of Chinese teas is Jasmine Dragon Pearls.  

White Teas - White teas are probably the oldest of the teas as the leaves are only dried and this process was simple. Fact and legend are hard to separate since teas were first discovered in 2737 BC and facts get blurry over time.  The first teas were probably brewed as green leaves and perhaps some were dried and preserved to enjoy in the colder seasons.  

Oolong Teas - are half way between green and black teas in color and taste.  The oxidation or the agitation of the leaves which causes the leaf to be crushed. The amount of this oxidation is greatly reduced in the making of Oolong teas.

Herbal & Fruit Teas  This final category is a catch all for the non-teas. Technically speaking all teas comes from a specific plant called Camellia sinensis. Americans call any dried herb, fruit or plant that is steeped in hot water teas. In French, Tisane means infusion and we refer to our fruit and herbal teas as such.  Our tisanes contain flowers like hibiscus, herbs like rose hip, fruit like mango, apple and pineapple which brew up a delicious cuppa. 

Our herbal selection also includes straight herbs like chamomile, ginger etc.  Lots of customers like to drink the herbals straight or mixed into other teas.  A popular trick is to blend a pinch of lavender into green teas.

Heaven Sent Chai
$ 8.00
A totally organic mix of Masala spiced tea that will take you away to India. It’s undeniable: loose leaf chai holds the spotlight among young and new tea-drinkers. A sharp,distinct, rich blend whose warmth practically leaps out of the cup and hugs the drinker, chai is a bold but accessible tea. Much like India Pale Ales in the brewing world, the go-to drink bridging connoisseurs and casual drinkers is a distinctly spiced yet sophisticated blend: chai. It’s instantly recognizable (layered warmth filtering through milky cardamom) yet easily varied. And what variety there is. Each sip of this carefully-layered chai reveals different roles for each spice to play. Clove and cinnamon each bring uniquely astringent sweetness, with the first an ineffable and lingering flavor that cleanses the palate for what’s next. Cardamom and ginger offer distinctly eastern richness, sharpening and refining the base (black) leaf’s consistent clear taste and reminding that...
Hello Hawaii - Loose Green Tea
$ 10.00
Tropical pineapples and papaya are infused into this organic green tea. The result is fragrant green tea reminiscent of a lush Hawaiian pineapple groove. If you've never been to Hawaii this is an affordable vacation. If you've been there, this will quickly transport you back. Sip and dream. Base leaf: Green tea. Health properties: general restorative and calm. Antioxidants for immune protection Flavor strength: Mild. Primary collection is fragrant pineapples and Papaya over green. Caffeine: Moderate.
Hibiscus - Loose Organic Herbal Tea
$ 8.00
Deep and rich, these floral organic Hibiscus leaves will infuse a deep and exquisite flavor. HIbiscus is also known as flor de Jamaica or roselle. A striking red color reminiscent of nothing so much as burgundy wine; our matchless organic hibiiscus tea leaves are the beginning of a deep, balanced tisanal experience.  Think you've tried it all? Not sure what sort of tea turns you on, off, or otherwise? Interested in trying loose leaves and experiencing the true cup? Our Organic Hibiscus is a simple, delicious way to note the lasting goodness of loose tea even while savoring a gardenial blend whose tart floral flavors will make a convert out of even the sternest doubter. A natural source of vitamin C and a proven blood pressure reducer, this tea's healthy boost is just the beginning of its pleasures and benefits. Calming and naturally caffeine free; this farmland crop is simplicity exemplified. Hibiscus contains much more...
Hip Hop Honey Licorice - Loose Fruit Tea
$ 8.00
A zany sweet licorice fruit tea that is uncommonly delicious - an acquired taste for most.  It's sweet, refreshing, and a natural pick-me-up: Hip Hop Honey Herb and Fruit Tea is a caffeine free blend of sweet and wholesome fruit like apples and currants, fennel, cornflower petals, hibiscus, rose hip pieces, and licorice. Each sip of this tea brings ease to the mind: it conjures images of bees humming and bopping from flower to flower, warm spring breezes billowing through newly-bloomed roses, and the bright meadow sun, bringing warmth and livelihood to all of nature.  Hip Hop Honey delivers myriad health properties that contribute to a healthful lifestyle. The naturally dried apples and currants provide vitamins, while the fennel, cornflower petals, hibiscus, rose hip, and licorice contribute the coveted antioxidants that so many other beverages lack. Hip Hop Honey and Fruit Tea is naturally sweetened by thick, luxurious, golden honey. This natural alternative to processed, granulated sugar...
Hot Cinnamon Spice
$ 8.00
Our Best selling loose leaf tea. Warmth comes in a variety of shades and seasons, insinuating itself first in the intensely autumnal sight of this spiced black tea - Hot Cinnamon Spice tea. One can't help but picture a fire when confronted with the site of ember-like citrus chips atop a crisp smolder of black tea. It's the perfect blend to let heat tease out the lung-opening flavors, letting the tang spark your palette while the generous cinnamon bark adds heat. All that's missing is a fireside chair and your favorite novel. Order some now, you know you love this tea. Also available in caffeine free herbal with the same great taste. Click Below Caffeine Free Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea   Order 8 or 16 ounces and Save This loose leaf tea has depth, flavor and an aroma that adds edge to the idea of “cozy”, unable to be missed, even by the attentions of...
Ice Wine Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 8.00
Pleasantly sweet tea with the deep aroma of captured sunshine and succulent winter harvested grapes.  Pains are taken in the preparation of this chilled-grape concoction. Frozen is actually a more accurate term to describe the state of the grapes that form this tea's flavor core.  Ice wine, which is the core of this tea is created slowly and methodically.  Through the summer the grapes grow and gather sugar basking in the sunshine.  In the early fall when other grapes are picked, these remain on the vine soaking up the last long rays of sun. They remain on the vine into the cold dark days of winter.  During this solitude, the grapes loose moisture and the residual sugar concentrates. Just when winter seems to never go away, the grapes are harvested and processed.  The resulting wine is deep in flavor and syrupy sweet.   Titled with the  “Eiswein” label, this blend does...
Ipanema Clementine Spice - Loose Fruit Tea
$ 8.00
As its Brazilian name suggests, this light summery tea mixes tropical fun with sassy spice.  Sourcing tea ingredients from the U.S., Thailand, and Spain, this delicious blend is a caffeine-free herb and fruit tea sure to delight those looking for a pointed, sweet taste that won't make you crash.  Rich and varied, Ipanema Clementine is a spice-tinged tea with a firm herbal collection and primary orange notes that are direct but not overwhelming. Hot or cold, this tea's warm mix of geographical and stylistic influences makes it a suggested vacation brew. Vitamin C takes the spotlight and herbal enthusiasts will love the absence of caffeine in this gardenial tisanal where there's no tea to be found. Citrus and herb are a longstanding blend used around the globe for calming, toxin-removal properties as well as their immune system boosting vitamin content. Taste doesn't take the back seat here, steering the orange flavor through the herbal landscape, spicing the aftertaste...
Irish Breakfast - Organic Loose Black Tea
$ 8.00
Looking for a strong cuppa? Look no further than Irish Breakfast. The Irish drink more tea per capita than anyone else in the world. This translate into roughly 6 cups a day, or a little over 7 pounds of tea, each year per Irishman. Suffice it to say, they like their tea. As we hinted at, they like it strong.  James Joyce, in his masterpiece Ulysses, wrote the following passage, a dialogue between two characters that pretty much sums up the Irish take on the noble beverage: "But, I say, Mulligan, you do make strong tea, don't you? Buck Mulligan, hewing thick slices from the loaf, said in an old woman's wheedling voice: 'When I makes tea, I makes tea.'". Maybe it's the cold damp weather, who knows, but as Joyce illustrates, the Irish know what to do with a teapot. The traditional Irish brew relies heavily on full-bodied, very malty teas from...
Japanese Sencha - Loose Green Tea
$ 6.00
A quintessential Japanese experience. Balancing sharpness with clarity is one of green tea's most under-appreciated qualities – an ability to communicate the mellow side of acridness – our Japanese Sencha Green tea wears its origin story with pride. Hailing from the Shizuoka prefecture, at the foothills of Mt Fuji, it's an acquired taste sure to pique the curiosity of even a seasoned green tea aficionado. More vegetal than a standard “green” mix, the clear tones allowed by the toasted-dry blend make for a sharp through-line from harvest to palette. This tisanal, for all of its quietly bracing uniqueness, is nonetheless a comfort tea. Japanese Sencha Green is often cited as favorite morning cleanser whose mild but insistent flavor collection prepares one for a day, whether it's a day of work or following through on the Sencha Green experience and exploring what further tastes and tones the day holds. A pleasant medium dark green loose tea, the Sencha's green leaves suggest...
Jasmine Dragon Pearl- Loose Organic Green Tea
$ 8.50
A leaf and a bud hand rolled into a Pearl of Tea As the saying goes: a proper cup of tea rewards patience, but a great cup insists on it. There's nothing confounding about preparing a cup of Dragon Pearl Jasmine green tea. On the contrary, the process is as straightforward as a trip to tisanal bliss can be. But the routine that one builds around their favorite brew is sacred, and you're sure to find yourself developing any number of rituals in which to cradle the experience of Dragon Pearl Jasmine. Or at least that's how we feel about this healthy, brisk, gently-unfurling blend.  Dragon Pearl Jasmine tea brings its own story to the table: its eastern origins apparent in the graceful complexion of the loose leaves. The small “pearls” that one is confronted with hint at the natural tones that will soon be tasted. And as tea is by nature a transformative process, drinkers...
Jasmine Spring Bloom - Artisan Blooming Green Tea from China
$ 8.00
One of the simplest, yet most beautiful things to view is the blooming of a flower. It represents emergence, change, growth, potential, & excitement. Our Jasmine Spring Bloom Tea encompasses all of these things & more. As you steep these artisan hand-tied blooms, you will first see the casing of white tips open, only to reveal a fresh jasmine blossom.  Created as a tribute to the Chinese Renaissance of the Song Dynasty, this tea is meant to symbolize emergence into the unknown and the excitement that this all entails. The white tips serve to symbolize potential & possibility, while the jasmine bloom to be revealed represents the cultural boom that followed in this Renaissance. You will be delighted not only, by your olfactory senses of taste & smell, but also by the sight of this exquisite cup. We suggest you both steep & sip from clear vessels if possible as...
Joyful Release - Loose Fruit Tea - new
$ 8.00
The main ingredient present in our Joyful Release proves turmeric. Widely known for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its ability to help with blood sugar control, this relative to ginger is often overlooked. We don’t know why but are here to change this! In Joyful Release you will see apple pieces, orange, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, rose hips, black peppercorn, mango pieces, natural orange flavor, marigold flowers, and natural mango flavors are all present. This unexpected combination creates a dynamic and delicious tea. The fruity notes are contrasted by the slight peppercorn present and the turmeric alongside cinnamon adds a spicy side as well! We’ve heard that this is a great tea to try iced and we highly recommend you give it a try! Base leaf: Fruit/Herbal Base  Health properties: Anti-inflammatory; help with blood sugar maintenance Flavor strength: Moderate and dynamic. Caffeine: No caffeine
Keemun Panda #1 - Organic Loose Black Tea
$ 8.00
The loose black tea first introduced to the Europeans centuries ago and still beloved. What is Keeman Panda #1 and why is it causing such a stir among tea lovers? You may be surprised to know that Keeman Panda tea is among the most popular of teas. How, you say, can this be?  Keeman Panda #1 is a primary tea chosen for the ever-popular English Breakfast tea that we all enjoy. When tea first arrived in Europe, the Chinses choose to sell the Europeans black tea because it was less delicate than the green teas the Chinese preferred.  As such, Keemun loose leaf black tea became one of the first to be adopted by the English. Keemum is one of the teas hailing from China that requires a great deal of preparation know-how, a congou-type tea, meaning that it is a laborious process of twisting the tea leaf to form strips without breaking the leaves....
Kyoto Cherry Rose - Organic Loose Green Tea
$ 8.00
An organic green tea everyone will enjoy. Kyoto Cherry Rose is an organic loose leaf green tea that's fresh and smooth with excellent depth and body. The natural cherry flavoring and subtle rose hints do not overpower, but quietly suggest the exotic nature of this loose tea; not to mention speak to just how far its traveled to make it to your cup. Mild yet flavorful, our Kyoto Cherry Rose Blossom is an excellent green tea for those who find green teas to be too grassy, vegetal or just "too green." The delicate cherry and rose aromas moderate the green characteristics providing a surprisingly pleasant tea sure to turn eyes from even the most devoted coffee drinker. The best way to drink a high quality organic green tea: take a sip. Understanding the origin and source of the flavor that engulfs you is the second step. Then you let the flavor collection...
Lakeside Calm -Organic Loose Fruit Tea
$ 8.00
The perfect accompaniment for your lazy summer days with its refreshing taste and calming properties. We all crave an endless summer lounging by Canandaigua Lake with nothing but hammocks, sunshine, and cool water to wash away the worries of our "real life".   Our crisp blend of hibiscus, lemon and lavender creates a sophisticated Iced Tea that brews up dark pink.  A hint of delicate lavender makes you ponder the small joys of life, like this delicious tea. After your summer respite, close your eyes as you sip Lakeside Calm and think about your favorite lake and calmness will wash over you. Enjoy Lakeside Calm cold steeped in our Mist Iced Tea Maker.  For a slightly sweeter iced tea,try adding 1-2 teaspoons of sugar and a splash of fresh lemon.  It makes a wonderful hot tea too, Base leaf: Herbal/Fruit Health properties: Vitamin C qualities known. Flavor strength: Full, notable. Primary collection is slightly tart...
Lapsang Souchong - Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 10.00
Dare to try Lapsang Souchong. The smoky haze will either draw you in or not. A dark tea with smoke in its flavor: this Chinese black is a loose tea to be tried and re-tried, approached carefully, savored. Hailing from the Fujian province, this firmly caffeinated black tea will do more than wake you up: Lapsand Souchong will wake you up to a full oak fire, warming you in your mountain retreat about the Fujian landscape. Oak and smoke blending and trailing the corners of the room. The Wuyi mountains are home to this smoked black tea, whose distinct aroma made it one of the earliest internationally whispered-about blends, as its smoky quality appealed to a more exotic side of tea drinking, going far beyond a simple afternoon's pleasure. Lasang Souchong is an acquired taste for the adventurous tea drinker. Even its beginnings involve a bit of risk and innovation. The story is that the men waiting to...
Last Mango in Paris - Loose Fruit Tea
$ 8.00
Close your eyes, take a sip, and get carried away to “The City of Love” with this titillating herbal fruit tea blend inspired by Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci’s steamy 1972 film, Last Tango in Paris. The film, which portrays a salacious affair between a widower played by Marlon Brando and a young Parisian woman, was a cinematic scandal that ruffled feathers worldwide.  Much like its namesake, which was deemed too risque for the public in several countries, this juicy and floral blend is sure to rev your engine.  A tango of flavors combines luscious mango, juicy orange and apple with flowery hibiscus and rosehips that don’t lie, creating a tea so sultry it should be government-censored! Its lemony character provides a lively kick, complimented by the addition of elderberries, which have been shown to boost respiratory health and alleviate allergies and flu symptoms. Whether you’re curling up on a winter’s day or that summer night is about...
Lavender - Loose Herbal Tea
$ 9.50
A wonderful additive for your tea that transforms it into a soothing fragrant elixir. Sometimes it's the details of outward appearance that strike us first, no matter how much we try to judge based on depth. One such case is with lavender, whose insistent color is most at home set against the white walls of a Mediterranean garden, with brambles of hot weeds around its base, reaching up to lovely heights, naturally scented. A blossom that conjures up more delicate aromatics, lavender actually plays out an ever so mildly pungent role as a tea. This herbal tisane is a longstanding medicinal aid, and its flavor does retain a certain aspect of what is considered a “healthy” collection. Unfilly, unassuming, and altogether satisfying: lavender is for everyday relaxation. No fireworks or overwhelming risks in the profile here: just an herbal tea that has a gentle, positive affect on a few of your body's basic tasks. Lavender has long figured into lore,...
Lemongrass - Loose Organic Herbal Tea
$ 8.00
Lemony mouthfeel without the sour tartness of lemon. Add organic goodness to your green teas.   Refreshing and cleansing with an extraordinary sweet clean finish. Excellent! Great for cooking, baking and drinking. Organic naturally caffeine free. This Lemongrass is not a mix.
Licorice Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 8.00
Since ancient times, delicate and upset stomachs have appreciated the restorative properties of licorice tea. Sitting down after a long day, cupping a mug of steaming, soothing, aromatic tea is a ritual we have embraced throughout the centuries in the West and even longer in the East. Relaxation of the body and tranquility of the mind are synonymous with this ritual we all hold in such high esteem. Licorice Black Tea is the perfect antidote to today’s stressful lifestyles, but it takes this recuperative ritual one step further. Know for its healing properties, licorice over the millennia has been used as a tonic for digestive and respiratory ailments. As far back as Mesopotamia and the ancient Egyptian Empire, licorice root was used to inspire and soothe and was, purportedly, the favored root of the Pharaohs and was revered for these unique and coveted properties. Now you can enjoy this noble black...
Lychee Rose - Loose Green Tea - new
$ 9.00
This unusual twist on the traditional green tea is a lovely surprise. On top of the bed of green tea, you will find apple pieces, rose petals, and flavors of lychee and rose. When brewed, you will notice flavors both sweet and tart initially, to be followed by notes of ​​grape and melon. Culinarily speaking, roses are used in treats like jams, chocolates, pastries, and syrups. Lychee, a red, bumpy-skinned fruit, found its favor in ancient China, where it was prized for its sweet and sour flavor. Put them together in your cup, and you’ve got the perfect marriage. It is a lovely summer tea that many suggest pairing with raw honey. The sweetness of the honey complements the naturally occurring flavors in this tea and make this rosy and floral tea quite romantic. We highly recommend this as a change up for even the most seasoned of green tea...
Maple - Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 9.50
Put on your flannel and cozy up to this rich organic blend of backwoods sweetness. If you are from the North Country or just love maple syrup as well as a nice hot cup of tea, you must try Organic Maple tea, an understandable best seller. With a rich, distinctive flavor and unique capacity to warm even the most Canadian of chilled bones, this deep, rich and pungent black tea is laced with the most delicious of maple flavorings.The marriage of tart and woodsy with sweet and delectable, this black tea with its crave-worthy maple syrup taste ensures a perfect cup for a chilly night or a brisk morning. Drawn laboriously from the maple tree, maple sap is painstakingly boiled and reduced to a rich, golden, pungent and delicious aroma and taste all its own. An organic blend, this tea is suitable for the choosiest tea drinker to be sure, but...
Matcha - Powdered Green Tea
$ 12.00
Matcha is the newest tea craze.  You have seen it online and on TV.  It's everything great about green tea but in a powder form.  You get the caffeine without the dreaded drop, 10 times more antioxidants than regular tea, and proven fat burning benefits. We offer 2 Grades of Matcha. Ceremonial Grade Matcha - Highest quality Matcha for traditional preparation. Culinary grade Matcha - Great for all kinds of drinks like smoothies or lattes and baking. Our Matcha is packaged in a air tight food resealable plastic pouches.   Product of Japan. 100% matcha no additives. Use the Matcha Spoon to measure 1/2 half teaspoon of Matcha into 8 ounces of water or whatever your mixing it into. Use the Matcha Frother for a thorough mix and avoid lumps and a frothy drink. For traditional Japanese preparation we offer a 3 piece Matcha set  Here are some hot links From...
Milk Oolong - Loose Oolong Tea
$ 10.00
  The "Milk" in Milk Oolong describes the silky smooth quality of this tea. This light green tea brews up an bright green and has the flavor to match.  Hailing from the 7,000 foot high mountains of the tiny island of Taiwan, this Jin Xuan cultivar is prized by the locals. This tea is characterized by the tiny tightly balled up leaves which gently unfurl over several steeps to reveal their mild and delicate flavor and full leaf form. Base leaf: whole leaves of Jin Xuan green teaHealth properties: Anti-oxidant properties known, immune system positive.Flavor strength: Light, Primary collection is lightly green with smooth finish.Caffeine: Medium.
Moroccan Mint - Organic Loose Green and Herbal Tea
$ 8.00
The scene is well known to Moroccans and visitors alike: an afternoon or evening on one of the city's many rooftop gardens. Steam rising from the tiny glass cups preferred for hot beverages. Local herbs abound and perfume the air. Chiefest and most fragrant among them is, of course, mint. Mint teas are known round the world as one of the simplest warm tonics available. Mint itself alone can be heated and brewed as a mild tea. But its real strength, as in foods, lies in the potent ways that the cooling herb can be blended. In Moroccan Mint green tea, that elegance is embodied in the blend of just two ingredients: green tea and peppermint. For anyone who appreciates the inherently healthy boost of limited ingredient dishes, this tea is a prime example. For green tea lovers looking to add a dash of zip to their favorite blend, Moroccan...
Orange Blossom - Organic Loose Oolong Tea
$ 8.00
Much as it's a near sin to begin by recommending a traditional tea for icing: one can't escape how easily this oolong's rounded, roiling taste suits itself to submission – and what better way to bring out its inner sweetness than by taking it for an afternoon visit to the refrigerator? Guests will delight at the complexly gardenial mix. From the moment that it's brought out; it catches the eye with a color scheme that belies the weight of the coming flavor. When enjoying with company; note the emboldened citrus notes as you share this toasty oolong. Showing a striking amber color, Oolong Orange Blossom is not a solitary tea drinker's cup usually. Rather it's bright image and full, warming flavor suggests the pleasures of company. And with oolong's continual rise in popularity among younger, newer tisanal tasters; this blend is sure to make a few holiday gift lists. What more could the...
Paris - Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 8.00
Paris A black loose leaf tea that is as lovely as Paris the city of love. A blend as warm and suggestive as its namesake, Paris tempers a multi-layered black base with middling, distinct bakery-like sweetness invested in vanilla and caramel notes.   Melting Pot, a tantalizing term that most cities strive to have associated with them. Long has luxury been closely tied to variety. Thus it should come as little surprise that this rich, limber, sweet-tinged tea is based on a complex three-leaf base. From this, a traditional black flavour collection develops, reminding of nothing so much as a cup of Earl Grey before the sweetness sets in. Rove from morning task to morning task with this French tea-shop blend, sure to put an energetic spring in your step. Allow a bit of decadence into your busy schedule as this tea is sturdy enough to be an office-hours staple yet slyly sweet. Is it the...
Peaceful Journey - Organic Loose Oolong Tea
$ 10.00
An addition to our Oolong collection! Oolong teas are teas in which the leaves are both wilted & steamed. These teas are delicious & this one in particular is known for it's hibiscus highlights. It is very subtle, light, & nostalgic of gently walking through a garden in the spring! It gives us something to look forward to as temperatures begin to dip! Base leaf: Oolong organic tea, Hibiscus flowers. Health properties: Anti-carcinogenic properties, weight positive, bone positive. Flavor strength: Medium, floral. This blend's primary collection is slightly tangy with a nice balance of silky oolong. Caffeine: Medium.
Peppermint - Loose Organic Herbal Tea
$ 8.00
Totally refreshing, superbly calming. A great organic caffeine tea that up lifts your mental state.  Mint continues to be revered for its crisp aroma, as well as its natural, caffeine-free taste. Delightful, refreshing, invigorating and soothing to the stomach and the spirit. Enjoy a cup at bedtime tea with lemon and honey for a great night of sleep. Organic and caffeine free
Pina Colada - Loose Fruit Tea
$ 8.00
If you close your eyes and wiggle your toes, you will find yourself somewhere else. If it's not summertime where you are, it is someplace else. Children dream of digging to the other side of the world and walking upside down in Australia, but for adults, the wonder of the eternal summer dream is more easily accessed, and can be no further away than a delicious cup of herb and fruit tea. Awash with tart, sweet, melty summer character, our Pina Colada fruit tea is an exceptional offering, hot or cold, and one that – caffeine free – you can enjoy all afternoon long. A fruit tea is a unique category of tisanal. Dried fruit, floral and herbal teas release their flavor collection differently, and often in a manner distinct to their specific batch. Many drinkers will note the quick release of the early, sharpest flavors, and indeed the coconut...