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B743-114
New! Description coming soon.
$45.00
A287-114
Winey Sessa Estate artfully blended with best selling Gilapukri Estate. Bright amber color, pleasant astrigency
$33.00
CO667-114
Made from the stems of tea plants grown on Nantou area mountains in Taiwan. Medium roasted with a nutty flavor. Lower in caffeine than most Oolongs.
$28.00
TIS240-114
Stronger flavor of coconut than cranberry. Nice fruity taste with no caffeine!
$21.00
D304-114
Great Darjeeling. More to muscat notes than floral, but some floral. Lingering aftertaste. Love the way 20 minutes later and if you think about it, aroma is still with you. So characteristic of a good Darjeeling.
$40.00
D305-114
From our most popular Darjeeling estate. The II flushes are always just a little more formal and dignified. They don't show everything they have at once. You expect to get more acquainted with every sip. More floral than the Castleton.
$40.00
D306-114
Slightly more astringent than our other II Flushes this year, a very desireable characteristic. Teas from the Castleton Estate usually reveal themselves a little slower than the others. Staff is enjoying this great tea.
$40.00
A288-114
Charming black tea from the Sessa Estate, many golden tips (unopened bud leaves) and very winey.
$28.00
B740-114
NEW black tea. Hard to put this tea in a category. Can be brewed Chinese style with 3 grams to 6oz of water for 30 seconds at 205 degrees or the way we do other black teas, 1.1 g per 6oz for 4 minutes at 212 degrees. Chinese way gives multiple infusions. First year we have been able to get this tea. Leaves are young buds, that are fully oxidized. Rich malty brew with hints of chocolate. Meticulously hand processed. Changes in wonderful ways as it cools. A rare find. China.
$80.00
B740-28
NEW black tea. Hard to put this tea in a category. Can be brewed Chinese style with 3 grams to 6oz of water for 30 seconds at 205 degrees or the way we do other black teas, 1.1 g per 6oz for 4 minutes at 212 degrees. Chinese way gives multiple infusions.
$20.35
CG716-114
Hand-harvested and picked early in the spring. A sweet aroma greets you as you open the bag and see the beautifully hand-twisted, mostly unopened bud leaves. The brew is bright and lively at first, then soft and sweet and finishes somewhat nutty.
$40.00
CO438-114
Take a moment to breath in the orchid aroma before tasting. This is a gentle tea with a stone fruit taste, especially as it cools. Very affordable
$23.00
CO663-114
Large dark leaves brew a cup with a little mystery and a lot of flavor.
$30.00
CO666-114
Amazing fragrance in the dry and wet leaf. Light stonefruit aroma carries into brewed tea. Amazing tea.
$42.00
TIS241-114
Fantastic fruit combo: peach, pineapple, mango, papaya, and apple. Service it hot or cold, you'll find yourself drinking it all day - no caffeine!
$21.00