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Loose-Leaf Teas From China

Products from China will be subject to new tariffs imposed by the US Government for all products of Chinese origin.  Unfortunately, Chinese teas will see a price increase very shortly.

The teas listed will be subject to a tariff and a resulting price increase.  The price increases are not in effect yet, so purchase now and avoid the price increases that are sure to come.

Please note that some of the teas listed may be a blend of Chinese teas and teas from other growing regions and may not see a price increase. Going forward, some teas may be reformulated using non-Chinese teas. Reformulated blended teas may have slight different flavor profiles.

To ease the pain during this tariff transition period, we are offering a 10% discount on these teas.  Use discount code below at checkout and beat the tariff price increases and save $ at the same time!

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Products from China will be subject to new tariffs imposed by the US Government for all products of Chinese origin.  Unfortunately, Chinese teas will see a price increase very shortly.

The teas listed will be subject to a tariff and a resulting price increase.  The price increases are not in effect yet, so purchase now and avoid the price increases that are sure to come.

Please note that some of the teas listed may be a blend of Chinese teas and teas from other growing regions and may not see a price increase. Going forward, some teas may be reformulated using non-Chinese teas. Reformulated blended teas may have slight different flavor profiles.

To ease the pain during this tariff transition period, we are offering a 10% discount on these teas.  Use discount code below at checkout and beat the tariff price increases and save $ at the same time!

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White Tropics - Loose Tea
$ 8.00
White Tropics brings a fresh (and refreshing!) challenge to the tea-enthusiast's table. Who'd have guessed that such a cheeky-yet-consistent tea would come of pairing whites with coconut and pineapple? Yet it does. Coming off as rounded rather than overly sweet, this blend lets the minimal firmness of the white baseline make for an interaction with the coconut and pineapple where none of the flavors need compete with the others. Instead, each plays a role in this luau – knowing that the overall impression is more important than any individual player. Whether East or West, cultures have long made exchanges of moments that have gone beyond language and other differences. The idea of finding a sweet, reflective tea with which one can set out to work, have a moment to themselves, or simply experience a curious, lively new aroma – is a nearly universal idea. More about appreciating what's been earned than about...
White Tangerine - Loose Tea
$ 8.00
Tangerine and Madarins are both citrus fruits from opposite ends of the earth but are close cousins in flavor with Tangerines originating from Tangiers Morocco and Mandarins from China.  But enough with the lessons The Tangerine is more exotic than its American cousin and offers more to the olfactory senses.  The flavoring is derived from the whole fruit including the rind making it bolder without the citrus sharpness. Upon steeping, use both hands and hold your teacup and let the warmth envelope you hands. Hold it close to your mouth but don't sip. Instead, take a deep breath of the elixir and let it take you away into a day dream. Hold that moment and exhale. Again, inhale the aroma of the tangerines.  Relax and let your mind release whatever is troubling you.  Now exhale and take a small sip of the tea and it will bring you back refreshed and...
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...
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.
Yunnan Jig Loose Black Tea
$ 8.00
Tippy black tea leaves steep sweetly, rounding off its flavor with an astringent-free creamy flair.  Where else could such a blend come from but from the very home of the first tea China's Yunnan Province?  This tea is distinctly mild, with no bitter flavor or astringency typical of a black loose leaf tea. There's a reason that tea is such a narrative drink at heart. From source to saucer, each tea brings a wealth of history that one can imagine is packed into each sip. Sometimes the source and flavour match: as with the vegetal, gardenial tones of bush-grown Rooibos. Other times it may surprise: as Yunnan's Jigs dance of spiced, soft, melty tones found in the subdued, misted Yunnan. Yunnan Jig – which you can spot by the golden-tipped leaves – is a true black tea beloved for many things, from the surprise of its simple presentation and complex flavor, to the playful notes in...
Russian Country Loose Leaf Black Tea
$ 9.50
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....