This tea in my opinion is our boldest brews, mostly Assamica this tea has a bite but the Taiwanese side of this tea is juicy and sweet. This tea always amazed me by the cornucopia of notes.
Jasmine scenting is when tea leaves are heated and mixed with flowers and in between heatings as the leaves cool they suck in the aroma and flavor of the flower. Jasmines teas are USUALLY paired with light green teas but after drinking a few jasmine blacks i really have to admit that I think I prefer it as a black tea. Something else that’s notable about this tea is the the cultivar (bamboo shoot yellow dawn) has a pleasantly low acidity and resteeps many times.
This smooth, naturally sweet tisane is just what you need to let your stresses melt away at the end of the day. Calming chamomile and smooth red rooibos will help you relax and enjoy the sunset. Rooibos and chamomile have been used to help upset stomachs, colds and allergies. It is naturally caffeine free.
This green tea comes from the West Lake region of the city of Hangzhou. These flat leaves are harvested in early spring when the leaves are full of aroma and have a silvery shine. These leaves produce a soothing and refreshing jade-colored liquid full of freshness. Semi-sweet in taste and orchid-like in smell, Dragon Well (Lung Ching) is one of the most famous green tea in China.
1,000 Mile Tea - This high energy tea was blended by Tea Master Jenny Tse Owner of @sippingstreams Tea Company in Fairbanks, Alaska. This highly caffeinated tea is the official tea of the Yukon Quest international sled dog race. It’s a mixture of four different strains of high-end white and black tea. It was created to compete with the coffee sponsors of the race, so it had to be STRONG. It also had to be “Fool Proof”, so that when the mushers opened their thermos three hours into the race it wouldn’t taste bitter.
Authentic Masala Chai - This is a take on the traditional spiced tea from India. I like it SPICY. I used Vahdam India Assam black tea, fresh ginger, cardamom, cinnamon sticks, cloves, fennel, nutmeg, star anise, whole milk, and jaggery to sweeten the deal. The taste is rich, sweet, and spicy from the black pepper and fresh ginger. VERY tasty! The main benefit of chai I notice is how it opens my senses and wakes my brain up! Whenever I’m tired, a cup of tea always lifts my spirits.
One of the finest muscatels of this year, this second flush from the heavenly region of Darjeeling will sweep you off your feet. This summer cuppa is brimming with luscious notes of oak, plum and rose. The leaves are well-rolled, blackish-brown, and are mixed with brown leaf flakes. The liquor is mellow and predominantly woody with soft notes of dried apples and honey in the middle. Mellow notes of dried goji berry, dark wood, and fresh herbs make their presence felt throughout the cup, while notes of grape seed come in the aftertaste.
The perfect blend of 1st harvest ceremonial and 2nd harvest high culinary matcha, so you get the flavor of ceremonial at the price of a quality culinary. Our Ceremonial Blend is the best of both grades, a great introductory matcha to those first trying out this unique Japanese green tea, and the vibrant green you want in a delicious matcha.
This is the most extraordinary tea we've tasted in several years! Sourced from trees averaging over 100 years old, this tea is harvested only once annually and has natural notes of juicy baked plum. Unlike tea sourced from a monoculture tea plantation, this tea comes from tea trees grown in a bio-diverse region in the Lincang region of China's Yunnan Province, with an elevation ranging between 4,500–6,000 ft. The unique environment impacts the natural and complex flavors of the tea. Although this tea is a black tea, the flavor reminds us of fruit forward Dan Cong oolong tea from China's Guangdong Province.
100% Pure US Grown Black Tea
Black tea is the most popular type of tea among Americans. This particular black tea is lightly oxidized to allow for its more delicate flavors to come to the forefront of the tea.
This tea won first place in the non-commercial division of the Tea of the United States Awards in 2015.
This has flavor notes of sweet potatoes, molasses, malt, and stone fruit.