Flavored Black Tea
Black tea with a light almond flavor & almond slivers. Excellent black or with milk & sugar.
Almond, black tea, allspice, cinnamon, clove, & orange peel.
Try this refreshing blend both hot & iced. Its tangy flavor also pairs well with many desserts.
Black tea with whole blackberries & blackberry leaf – delicious with dessert or iced.
A house blend of black tea & blueberries with a touch of creamy vanilla.
Spicy, sweet & dark – this will wake you up in the morning!
Rich black tea & creamy coconut – try it black or with a splash of milk & honey.
A classic chai blend with pieces of coconut and a smooth, creamy finish.
Smooth black tea with sweet cranberry & refreshing orange. Try hot or iced!
Decaf Earl Grey:
Our classic Earl Grey tea decaffeinated with CO2. 10% of the original caffeine remains.
Earl Grey de la Crème:
A house blend of black tea, bergamot & creamy vanilla. Excellent black or with milk & sugar.
Earl Grey: [organic]
A perfect blend of Yunnan tea leaves harvested from antique tea trees & oil of bergamot.
Earl Grey White Tips:
High-grade, full-leaf Ceylon tea with downy white leaf buds & the crisp flavor of bergamot.
A delicious blend of black tea with elderberry, peach & orange blossom.
A house blend of black tea with juicy peach, spicy ginger root & orange blossom.
A hearty blend of black tea, hazelnut, roasted carob & chicory. Excellent black or with cream & sugar.
Our own lemony twist on a traditional Earl Grey with just the right amount of citrus!
Black tea with mango pieces – a beautiful, tropical tea, iced or hot.
A traditional spicy chai tea blend.
A smooth chai tea blend with notes of vanilla.
A warm, slightly spicy blend of black tea, orange & spices.
Black tea with pieces of tangy raspberry & raspberry leaf. Delicious hot or iced.
A lovely full-leaf blend of black tea with peach, raspberry leaf & flowers. Excellent iced!
A house blend of China black tea with vanilla, cinnamon, clove, orange blossom & just a touch of star anise.
Apple, apricot & just a touch of rose Vanilla Sunrise: Vanilla & tropical fruit.
The soothing flavor or real vanilla beans pair perfectly with rich black tea.
An exciting house blend with vanilla, mango, peach, & elderberry.
Indian Black Tea
Assam Banaspaty Estate: [organic]
Smooth, buttery & savory with strong malty flavor. Drink black or with milk.
Assam House Blend:
Medium bodied with a nice round malty flavor & copper color.
Assam Kondoli Estate GFOP:
Notes of malt, honey, caramel & flowers layered on a rich, full-bodied tea.
Medium-bodied with notes of peach & grain.
Ceylon Lumbini OP1:
A unique Ceylon with notes of cocoa, carob & tobacco.
Darjeeling Gopaldhara STGFOP 1st Flush:
From one of the highest tea estates in Darjeeling with a green, earthy flavor & notes of berries & citrus.
Darjeeling Jungpana Vintage 2nd Flush:
This exquisite tea is from a renowned estate with no astringency & lush notes of muscatel & lilac.
Darjeeling Makaibari FTGFOP Autumnal Flush: [organic]
Brews a smooth, medium-bodied cup with notes of chocolate, white grape & little astringency.
Nepalese tea similar to a Darjeeling but darker with muscatel & floral notes.
Chinese Black Tea
Malty & satisfying in the morning or afternoon! Smooth grapey notes & a clean finish.
Qimen Mao Feng:
Classic Qimen tea with a smooth, dark molasses texture and a surprisingly bright finish.
Dian Hong Classic:
Velvety smooth with notes of baked yam, caramel & pepper. Good black or with milk.
Sugarcane Dian Hong:
Dian Hong roasted with sugarcane for a caramel texture and finish.
Imperial Golden Needle:
This traditional black tea is allowed to soak in its own resin during the bruising process for a crisp, honey-like texture. A rare black tea that can be steeped more than once without bittering.
Lapsang Souchong: [organic]
Large leaves (souchong) are smoked over pine fires & yield a rich red infusion with an unmistakable smoky aroma and flavor.
Yunnan Golden Buds: [organic]
These golden leaf buds yield a sweet cup with notes of baked yam and raisin.
New Origin Black Tea
Vietnam Nam Lahn FBOP:
A broken-leaf black tea that brews a strong cup without being bitter.
Black Tea Blends
Denali Breakfast Blend: [organic]
Light for a breakfast blend and very well-balanced with a peppery finish.
Decaf English Breakfast Blend:
A traditional English Breakfast blend decaffeinated with CO2. Retains roughly 10% of the initial caffeine.
English Breakfast Blend: [organic]
Hearty blend of Assam, Ceylon and African teas. Good with milk & sugar.
Iced Tea Blend:
A small leaf size & brisk notes of citrus make this ideal for cold-brew or sun tea.
Irish Breakfast Blend: [organic]
A strong, dark full-leaf blend that brews a hearty, satisfying cup.
Russian Breakfast Blend:
A rich house blend with a mild smoky flavor that is good black or with milk.
Slow roasted over several days, this exceptional tea is smooth with a sweet honey like aftertaste & notes of roasted nuts & damp leaves.
Dark roasted, organic oolong with plum & a touch of cinnamon.
Exceptional white-tipped oolong from a unique process. Fruity with distinct honey notes.
This rare, rolled Taiwanese oolong is highly oxidized & brews a bright amber cup with notes of fresh berries, winter squash & nuts.
Da Hong Pao, Light Roast:
Notes of roasted walnuts, and oak, with a hint of plum. This makes a great afternoon cup.
Da Hong Pao, Wild Arbor:
Medium roasted Wuyi with a crisp mouth feel & notes of magnolia & walnut skin. Harvested from wild trees.
A light oolong with flavors of grapefruit, cantaloupe & orange blossom.
Unroasted & lightly oxidized, this Taiwanese oolong is crisp with notes of lilac & peach.
Unroasted Taiwanese oolong coated in ginseng. Sweet on the palette.
Teas from this small Taiwanese region are hard to find! This one has a layered flavor with notes of osmanthus, buttered zucchini & pollen just to name a few! A rare, prized tea.
AKA “orchid oolong” this tea is scented with fresh yulan magnolia blossoms.
Nai Xiang (Milk Oolong):
A mellow green cup with a rich creamy flavor like fresh milk.
Pomelo Dan Cong:
This rare, prized tea from Guangdong, China has a medium body & has been selected for its distinctive floral pomelo flavor.
Ti Kuan Yin Medium Roast:
This traditional style of oolong is mellow & smooth with notes of creamy caramel. Subtly green & floral.
Ti Kuan Yin Imperial Emerald:
Exquisite! Fresh green zucchini & lilac notes. Rich, soft mouth feel with a hint of raspberry on the finish.
Ti Kuan Yin Jade:
Gentle and highly aromatic, this has a fresh floral flavor & brews a light yellow-green cup.
Narcissus WaterSprite: [organic]
A dark roasted tea from the birthplace of oolong with a rich body & sweet finish.
Medium-roasted Wuyi (rock) tea with bright notes of white grape. Crisp on the palate & slightly sweet.
Old Warehouse Tuo Cha:
Warehouse seasoned pu’erh in small pressed cakes.
Pu’erh Ginger Orange:
A loose pu’erh tea, artificially aged with blended ginger & orange.
Rose Tuo Cha:
Small pressed cakes of baked pu’erh with a rose bud at the center.
Shu Pu’erh Classic: [organic]
Rich, exceptionally earthy & smooth with notes of peat.
Sun Dried Mao Cha:
Fresh & complex but approachable. Well-balanced sweet & dry notes with white grape & a clean finish.
Aged tea with chai spices.
Not as earthy as some pu’erh, this one is a great introduction to aged teas!
Beng Cha (pressed cakes)
$135 / $357g
Hua Yuan Jing:
Aged for 14 years in Shanghai, this rare cake has a small amount of shu pu’erh leaf (>5%) blended in. A rich tea with the flavor of a much older pu’erh.
$85.00 / $500g
Mengku Spirit of Tea:
Plucked from wild trees, this cake is entirely hand-made. Leaves are immediately processed in huts located on the mountain.
$30.00 / $150g
Bang Wei Mountain:
Produced by the Gu Pu’erh Tea Factory, this cake has large, medium-brown leaves with big, downy buds.
$15.00 / $100g
Spring Silver Needle:
First flush, sun-dried silver needles from Feng Qing in Yunnan Province. This is a new cake, so age for a few years to bring out more texture & sweetness.
$10 / $100g
A blend of ripe (shu) pu’erh from Yunnan & snow chrysanthemum flowers from the Kunlun mountains of Gansu Province.
$15.00 / $100g
Jing Gu Squares:
A great intro to pu’erh! Brighter than many with a rich, smooth flavor.
$24 / $100g
Jing Gu “Zi Cha”:
Entirely composed of late Autumn 2015 harvested purple tea from Yang Ta village in Jing Gu county of Simao. Only 850 cakes were produced to showcase this delicate masterpiece.
$70 / $200g
This tea cake is composed from the autumn 2013 harvest of purple tea from Menghai County. Purple tea is a large leaf varietal found solely in the Yunnan Province that occurs naturally as a result of a recessive genetic mutation.
$58 / $357g
A premium pu’erh cake from leaves plucked in Menghai County, “Pure Amber” refers to the clear amber colored cup that results from brewing this fine tea.
Flavored Green Tea
A sweet & spicy blend with flavors of orange & cinnamon.
Chinese green tea with crushed blueberries, lemon peel & organic lemon grass.
Japanese green tea, coconut & just a hint of vanilla - sweet, creamy & tropical.
Glacier Mint: [organic]
Our own refreshing blend of Japanese green tea with peppermint. Delicious hot or cold.
A house blend green tea with chai spices and refreshing mint.
A house blend of organic green tea with mango pieces & orange blossom. Yields multiple infusions.
Moroccan Mint: [organic]
A traditional north African blend of green tea & spearmint. Traditionally served hot with honey & orange flower water.
China green tea gently flavored with juicy pomegranate & rose.
Our own house blend of Japanese bancha with lemon peel, lemongrass & pure lemon oil. Excellent hot or iced.
Japanese Green Tea
An everyday green tea, chilled or with meals.
Green tea blended with roasted & popped brown rice.
Unique, pan-fired tea; smooth with notes of buttered asparagus
Roasted tea leaves with a toasty aroma & mellow sweet flavor.
Matcha, ceremonial grade:
Traditionally used only in the Japanese tea ceremony, this stone-ground tea comes from tencha tea plants that are shaded prior to harvest.
Matcha, restaurant grade:
This powdered Japanese green tea is the perfect addition to smoothies, spice blends or baked goods!
Deep steamed for an emerald cup color & sweet, grassy flavor.
High-grade tea. Sweet & rich with creamy texture & deep grassy notes.
Chinese Green Tea
Bi Luo Chun:
AKA Spring Snail Shell due to its rolled leaves, this tea has a fresh green flavor, subtle nutty notes & mild astringency.
Gunpowder, Temple of Heaven: [organic]
A rolled tea that yields a pungent, copper-green infusion.
Emerald Mist: [organic]
One of the first teas harvested each spring, refreshing with chestnut notes.
Scented tea leaves are bound into perfect round pearls – no infuser needed!
Jasmine Chun Hao:
Green tea scented with sweet, fragrant jasmine blossoms. Great with spicy food.
Lung Ching (Dragon’s Well): [organic]
A famous tea with flat, blade-shaped leaves, yellow infusion & sweet flavor.
Mei Lan Chun (Spring Orchid Plum):
A top-grade tea with prominent notes of sweet cinnamon & fruity plum. A subtle creamy quality & silky mouth feel make for a unique, unforgettable cup!
This excellent tea has a medium-body & classic muscatel flavor of a Darjeeling, but without the astringency.
Yun Wu (Cloud & Mist): [organic]
Brews a crisp cup with a nutty aroma. Notes of cucumber & green cashew with a zesty, mineral finish.
Green tea leaves bloom when steeped to reveal a floral basket. Delicate notes of peach, jasmine, and honey create a delightful pot of tea.
Silver Jasmine Blossom:
Scented silver tea buds hand-tied into perfect spheres yield a delicate, fragrant cup.
Green tea leaves bloom when steeped to reveal gold chrysanthemum blossoms. Excellent flavor.
Four Flower Burst:
Green tea leaves bloom when steeped to reveal chrysanthemum, jasmine, amaranth, lavender & blossoms.
Thousand Days Red:
Green tea leaves bloom when steeped to reveal an amaranth blossom on a bed of yellow marigold.
Brews an intriguing, soft cup. Notes of snap peas & peach with a creamy finish.
Berries & Cream:
A blend of Chinese white teas that is nicely complimented by the flavor of creamy strawberry and blueberry
A white tea lightly flavored with ginger root and refreshing natural peach flavor.
Bai Mu Dan (White Peony): [organic]
More bold than Silver Needle but with a natural sweetness.
Silver Needle Bai Hao (Yin Zhen):
Hand-picked, downy white leaf buds yield a delicate, sweet cup.
Darker than other white teas with distinct notes of cream, sweet corn & hay.
Star of China:
White tea leaves hand formed into tiny stars – exquisite presentation with a delicate flavor.
Wild tea Buds:
Sun-dried, wild growing buds brew a thin cup with strong notes of green pepper, nectar & pollen.
A minty, chocolaty blend with roasted mate.
Mate Banana Nut:
A warming blend of roasted mate with banana chips & nuts – try black or with milk.
Green mate blended with coconut, pineapple & lime – excellent iced!
Roasted mate with cocoa nibs is rich & satisfying brewed black or with a splash of milk.
A roasted version of a traditional South American herbal. Rich & satisfying; good black or with a splash of milk.
This South American Herbal has a pleasant though slightly bitter flavor.
A caffeine-free chai blend with vanilla.
Green Rooibos: [organic]
This unoxidized version has all the same vitamins & minerals, but a lighter, fruited flavor.
A cousin to the popular rooibos, honeybush is slightly less sweet with a natural honey-like flavor.
Sweet red rooibos with flowers & the fruity flavor of pomegranate & blackberry.
Rooibos Caramel Apple:
Smooth & sweet with apples, caramel & just a hint of cinnamon.
A spicy house blend with cinnamon & just a touch of ginger & clove. Naturally a bit sweet.
Rooibos Earl Grey:
With a rooibos base, this has the same flavoring as traditional Earl Grey but without the caffeine.
Rooibos Garden Strawberry:
Juicy strawberry & just a touch of peppermint! Serve iced with fresh mint leaf or lime slices.
Rooibos Lemon Ginger:
A little tangy with a good balance of lemon & ginger. Excellent with honey or on ice.
Rooibos has a smooth, slightly sweet & brews up a cup dark enough to support milk.
Rooibos Raspberry: [organic]
This blend of rooibos & raspberry makes an excellent afternoon or evening beverage. Great for kids.
A house blend of rooibos, vanilla, organic peppermint & orange.
A house blend of green rooibos with currants & berries. Great hot, iced or for kids!
Rooibos Vanilla: [organic]
A simple blend with wide appeal & pairs well with many foods, desserts and other teas.
Minty and refreshing, with peppermint, spearmint, orange peel, rosehips & chamomile.
Our own spicy blend of *licorice root, star anise, orange & cinnamon. Smooth, with a naturally sweet aftertaste.
Blood Orange Fruit Infusion:
Nothing but fruit, flowers & pure orange oil! Excellent iced.
A blend of chai spices and herbal Chaga, naturally caffeine free.
Chamomile Blossom: [organic]
Yields comforting, honey-like taste with a sweet calming aroma; also said to be soothing on the tummy.
Rosehip, valerian root, chamomile, hops, catnip, raspberry leaf.
Echinacea root with citrus & spices.
Yields a deep fuchsia cup. It’s refreshing & tart by itself, with a touch of honey, or blended with another tea.
Sweet chamomile blossoms nicely balanced by tangy lemon herbs.
This classic herbal has a wonderfully fresh taste and is friendly to tour tummy. Brews a bright green, aromatic cup.
A vegetal, slightly bitter flavor.
Brew alone or add to your favorite tea, these culinary-grade rose petals have a fragrant, sweet flavor.
Packed with vitamin C & a fruity flavor, add these rosehips to your favorite herbal.
Not as sweet peppermint & good in culinary applications.
A house blend of spearmint & rosemary balanced with relaxing lavender & chamomile.
A great natural sweetener.
Sweet Egyptian Mint:
A house blend of peppermint, strawberry leaf, Egyptian chamomile & stevia.
Sweet French Mint:
A house blend of peppermint, catnip, French lavender & stevia.
It works & actually tastes good! Licorice root, slippery elm bark, cinnamon, chamomile, ginger root & lemongrass.
Prices listed per ounce.