TEA…the word alone
has the power to
warm your heart
and lift your spirits!

So what is Tea, really? Indigenous to China, Tibet and northern India, the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) is a shrubby evergreen that grows in subtropical and tropical climates. Tea planters prune it to a height of three to five feet for the convenience of harvesting. Soil conditions, variations in weather and altitude all affect the flavor of tea, just as with wines.

Green Teas

Green teas require the least amount of processing. After the tea is picked it is quickly dried to stop oxidation. These leaves are either pan-fried, steamed, or fired in an oven to ensure their delicate flavor. In order to prevent cooking the tender green tea leaves, boiling water should never be used for steeping. Please refer to the “History & How-To” page for specific steeping instructions.


  • Jasmine Pearls
    Rolled "pearls" of the finest green tea and jasmine flowers.
  • Monkey King Jasmine
    Very fragrant green tea with delicate jasmine blossoms.
  • Sun, Moon, and Stars
    Organic green tea, oolong, and jasmine tea.
  • Jasmine
    Basic green jasmine

    Flavored Greens

  • Bangkok
    Sencha style - lemongrass, coconut and ginger flavor this green tea.
  • Green Garden Zest
    Citrus lovers green tea blended with hibiscus, berries, and lemon.
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Oolong Teas

Oolong teas are partially oxidized and dried to varying degrees between green and black tea. After picking, the leaf is first withered in the sun and then brought indoors to continue the oxidation process. The next step involves pan firing to kill the enzymes and halt any fermentation. Through a four-step process the leaves are interchangeable hand rolled and heated allowing the essential oils to react, producing the distinct oolong flavor.

    CHINA - Fujian

    TAIWAN - Formosa

  • Pearl Jade Oolong
    Finest Formosa green oolong, semi-fermented (18%), excellent aroma and taste.
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Black Tea

Black teas are allowed to fully wither during the drying process, which releases the teas enzymes. The leaves are then rolled and allowed to oxidize, or ferment, resulting in the tea turning from green to coppery red to deep brown and, finally, a near black leaf.

    INDIA - Assam region

  • Assam, located in northeast India, is the largest producing tea district in the world. These are very fragrant teas known for their bold, hearty and malty flavors. Assam teas make a wonderful breakfast tea that can stand up to milk and sugar. “If strength is your weakness, then Assam is your cup of tea.”

  • Khongea Estate STGFOP
    Stylish tippy leaf with a rich, full-bodied liquor, an Assam drinker's favorite.
  • Mission Hills
    An Assam with lots of golden tips and malty, sweet, smooth flavor.

    INDIA - Nilgiri region

  • Nilgiri means “Blue Mountains”. Unlike Assam and Darjeeling teas, these teas grow year round. Not only are they great for blending, but they also stand alone with fragrant and brisk flavors.

  • Tigerhill Estate FOP
    High-quality tea with a rich aroma and mellow liquor.

    INDIA - Darjeeling region

  • Darjeeling is a district in the Himalayan foothills of India renown for producing highly sought after teas. As a result of the higher elevation and colder climate of the growing district, Darjeeling tea is harvested in much smaller lots with smaller yields than other teas. Often referred to as the “Champagne of Teas”, Darjeeling teas are famous throughout the world for their fragrant, flowery aroma and rich flavor.

  • Makaibari Estate FTGFOP-1
    Great tasting, first flush, organic Darjeeling.


  • Named Ceylon by British colonizers, this island off the southeast coast of India was renamed Sri Lanka after its independence. Ceylon tea is bright and lively with a wonderfully full flavor and a mild sweet aroma which can be enjoyed any time of the day.

  • Pettiagala Estate OP
    Well-balanced tea with a smooth sweet flavor.


  • China was the first cultivator of tea. Cultivation and export decreased dramatically during the Cultural Revolution, but it now is making a comeback.
  • CHINA - keemun region

  • Grand Keemun
    A popular China black tea, it has it's own unique flavor and smooth taste.

    Traditional Breakfast Blends

  • Our Black Tea Blends are created by combining a variety of black teas and sometimes adding natural flavorings and essential oils.

  • Earl Grey
    Traditional Earl Grey, black tea blended with oil of bergamot.
  • Irish Breakfast
    Hearty enough for an Irish winter, Assam blended with other black teas.

  • Earl Grey Blends

  • Earl Grey is the West's most popular tea, most popular black tea, and most popular scented, in that order. Named after the 1830's British Prime Minister, Earl Grey, is traditionally any tea scented with the oil of Bergamot, a fruit which resembles an ugly orange found in Mediterranean climes.

  • Earl Grey Blue Flower
    Our most popular Earl Grey, blended with oil of bergamot and blue flowers.
  • Earl Grey Crème
    Flavoury Earl Grey mellowed with a delicious creamy taste.
  • Earl Grey Lavender
    Whole leaf black tea, lavendar flowers, and bergamot flavor.

    Chai Blends

  • Chai (rhymes with 'pie') is a word for tea in many parts of the globe and as such has played an important role in many cultures. Most famous of all is India's chai, a spiced milk tea that has become increasingly popular throughout the world. The past few years have seen a truly phenomenal growth in the popularity of chai in the Western hemisphere.

  • Masala Chai
    Black tea, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and vanilla.
  • Rooibos Chai
    Rooibos blended with ginger, vanilla, cardamom and cinnamon.
    • Blended Black

    • Our Blended Black teas are created by adding dried fruits and flowers; providing a lightly scented black tea.

    • Celebration
      Black tea, Mint, citrus, cinnamon, clove, and rose petals.
    • Hot Cinnamon Spice
      Three kinds of cinnamon, orange peel, cloves and black tea.
    • Isle of Spice
      Black tea, Jasmine, orange, and exotic spices.
    • Jasminilla
      Black and green teas scented with vanilla and jasmine
    • Orange'n Spice
      Black tea, Orange peel, clove, and cinnamon.

      Flavored Black

    • Our Flavored Black teas are created by adding dried fruits, flowers, and other flavorings to a blend of fine black teas.

    • Angel's Dream
      A heavenly tea with blackberry, maple sweetness, Assam and green tea.
    • Blissful Moments
      Black tea, rooibos, coconut, apple, vanilla, white and dark chocolate.
    • Afternoon Affaire
      Black tea with raspberry, lemon, and vanilla flavors, flower petals.
    • Coconut
      Black tea with shredded coconut and coconut flavor.
    • French Caramel Crème Brulee
      A smooth, rich, and creamy caramel black tea blend.
    • Fruits d’ Alsace
      Dessert tea with apricot and cherry pieces, plum, cherry and apricot flavors.
    • Lady Londonderry
      A perfect afternoon tea with hints of lemon and strawberry.
    • Paris
      A fruity black tea with a hint of lemony bergamot and vanilla.
    • Royal Hawaiian
      Lush tropical flavors of peach, mango, orange, guava, and apple.

      Decaffeinated Black Tea

    • Decaf Earl Grey
    • Decaf Paris
    • Decaf Vanilla Comoro
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Dessert and Seasonal

  • Christmas Joy
    Caffeine-free Rooibos, cinnamon, cloves, orange peel, and peppermint.
  • Chocolate Raspberry Truffle
    The aroma of chocolate and the taste of raspberry.
  • Crème Brule
    Caramel aroma and flavor.
  • Duchess Anna
    Strawberry, kiwi, and coconut.
  • French Caramel Crème Brulee
    A smooth, rich, and creamy caramel black tea blend
  • Christmas Morning
    Aromatic blend of black teas with flavors of cinnamon, orange peel and clove
  • Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble
    Fragrant black tea with sweet blueberries and cinnamon
  • Fruits d’ Alsace
    Dessert tea with apricot and cherry pieces, plum, cherry and apricot flavors
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Infusions, herbals and tisanes, are not considered true teas, as they do not contain the leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant. Rather, they are blends of herbs, leaves, berries, dried or fresh flowers, dried fruits, and/or spices. The resulting infusion is naturally caffeine-free.


  • Spring Bouquet
    Rose petals, chamomile flowers, cornflowers and orange peel
  • Spicy Mint
    Spearmint, peppermint, orange, and spices


  • Bingo Blueberry
    Deep berry flavor - great iced!
  • Lady Hannah
    Bold, bright, berry flavor with soothing strawberry and blackberry highlights
  • Spiced Plum
    A rich full-flavored infusion of dried plum and cinnamon
  • Strawberry Kiwi
    Bold strawberry kiwi flavor, tart, full bodied flavor
  • Casablanca
    Fruity hints of raspberry and strawberry.
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Rooibos (Roy-boss) is an African slang word of “Dutch” origin that means “Red Bush”. Also known as “Honeybush”, this herbal beverage is grown in South Africa and contains anti-oxidants which can help slow the aging process and boost the immune system. Rooibos contains no caffeine, therefore, can be enjoyed any time of the day.

  • French Raspberry
    Delicately flavored Rooibos to invoke the flavor of crossiants filled with jam
  • Cran Orange
    Cranberries, orange peel, hibiscus and Roobios
  • Roobios Chai
    Rooibos, cinnamon, ginger root, green cardamom, ginger and vanilla
  • African Queen
    Rooibos scented with orange, vanilla, cornflowers, and blue mallow flowers
  • Tuscany Pear
    Premium Rooibos with sweet ripe pear flavor
  • Vanilla Peach
    Organic Rooibos with sweet peach flavor, a hint of spice, and pieces of dried peach
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