• Divine Goddess


    Blended with a Pai Mu Tan base and dried stone fruit, Divine Goddess Tea features bright fruity notes including apricot and cherry. It has a wide palate yet is still light bodied. This fruity and citrus tea is wonderful enjoyed warm or over ice. Ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, Darjeeling black tea, China Fog green tea, Longjing green tea, Jasmine green tea, candied pineapple, candied mango, natural flavouring, orange peel, candied papaya, strawberry, red currant, apricot, and sour cherry.

  • Kenya Purple Tea


    This is a hand-picked purple tea from Kenya.  It is Fairtrade, non-GMO, and Rainforest Alliance certified. While not certified organic, no pesticides or chemicals were used on these leaves.  The body is light and the vegetal note is similar to a Chinese green tea, with a hint of sweet finish. Low in caffeine, the colour of the brew is somewhere between light red and light purple. This special varietal is only grown in Kenya (as far as we know of now). The leaf naturally has a hint of purple hue because of a mutation that resulted in the production of an antioxidant called anthocyanin, a compound that you will also find in other purple food such as blueberries, blackcurrants, and pomegranate. ...

  • Pai Mu Tan (Organic)


    A single origin white tea from China with a delicate floral aroma.