Specialty Teas


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Green gunpowder

Chinese tea in which each leaf is rolled into a small round pellet and dried.

China Jasmine Tea

A blend of green tea (black and white teas are sometimes used) and jasmine produces a light yellow infusion. The resulting flavor is subtly sweet and highly fragrant.

China Oolong Tea

A traditional Chinese tea produced through a process including withering the plant under strong sun and oxidation. Incredibly healthy tea related to green and black tea.

Green Rooibos ORGANIC

Less oxidized Rooibos is steamed and dried immediately so it remains slightly green and retains a grassy mineral-like flavor. No caffeine.

Red Rooibos

Rooibos is an herb native to South Africa. It is not a true "tea". The redder the color, the richer the flavor. Oxidation (exposure to oxygen) is what brings out the plants oils and helps the leaves develop their rich color and flavor. No caffeine.

Lemon Balm Leaf ORGANIC

A member of the mint family. (Melissa Officinalis) Considered a calming herb since the Middle Ages. It is used to relieve stress, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion. No caffeine.