• Gunpowder (Organic)

    $7.00

    A single origin Chinese green tea, so named for its distinctly soft smoky notes. Organic.

  • London Fog at Steam

    $7.00

    This is the tea we use to make Steam's delicious London Fog at the bar.  Elevate your palate to a cup of London Fog with rich flavours almost instantly, thanks to its small size CTC* Assam tea leaves that soaked up all the bergamot, vanilla, and cream flavour goodness. Top up with your milk of choice and sweeten to taste. Voila!  (*CTC stands for Crush, Tear, and Curl, a technique used in Assam to make black tea that is malty, bold, and rich in taste ) When comparing to our Earl Grey Reserve, here is the trade off to consider: boldness vs depth. The small tea leaves means bold flavour with less depth. In our view, CTC teas are ideal for...

  • Divine Goddess

    $6.00

    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.

  • Melon Mist

    $6.00

    An Iron Goddess oolong tea with candied papaya pieces, plum and saffron petals, and natural watermelon flavouring.

  • Charcoal Roasted Oolong

    $8.00

    This oolong tea from Taiwan has a warm smoky aroma. There are also notes of chocolate and caramel. Like other teas from Taiwan, the flavour profile is subtle and refined. Delicious bubble tea base when served as an iced tea. Ingredients: Taiwan oolong tea

  • Kenya Oolong

    $6.00

    This is a hand-picked Oolong 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 high oxidation (~80%) makes this tea tastes more like a black tea than a green tea. It has a wonderful floral aroma with a hint of honey and a clean finish. An afternoon pick-me-up tea to enjoy straight or with a dash of milk.  Ingredients: Kenya Oolong tea.

  • Pu-erh Coins

    $2.00

    A single origin dark tea from Yunnan, China. This pu-erh has been "cooked" prior to being aged and fermented through wet piling before being compressed into coins. Compared to hei-cha, this tea takes on more depth and complexity of flavour with age.

  • Hei-Cha Coins

    $2.50

    It’s not a typical black tea you have in mind. A post-fermented tea that’s formed into a coin form, Hei-cha is a type of dark tea (黑茶) that is different from what is called black tea in the West. Hei-Cha has been part of Chinese tea culture for centuries. Processed through a special technique called wet piling, Hei Cha gets sweeter and more depth with age. Compared to Pu-erh, Hei-Cha has a mellower and lighter profile. Rinse first to break and wake up the tea. Steep up to 3 times. It's known to help cut the grease and pairs really well with Chinese dishes or deep-fried meals.   Even though we don’t know the exact age of this tea, we got it...

  • Pai Mu Tan (Organic)

    $6.00

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