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A red rooibos tea with fennel, valerian root, peppermint, chamomile, lemongrass, lemon balm, cardamon, pollen, lavender, sage, and nutmeg.
Our most popular and the richest Earl Grey in our Earl Grey collection. The Assam black tea base gives the depth and the strength to hold the milk well, thus, makes a delicious London Fog latte. Generous amounts of cold-pressed bergamot oil gives this tea a long-lasting linger of astringent citrus notes, while the vanilla bean flouring intensifies the creaminess and mouthful feel. For those who enjoy a bold yet well balanced cuppa, this tea would not disappoint. Ingredients: Assam black tea, organic bergamot oil, organic vanilla flavouring.
This organic tea instantly evokes heady aromas of bourbon vanilla. Soaked in the flavouring of Madagascar Bourbon varietal vanilla bean for an extended period of time, this tea offers a robust flavour that is incredibly warming. This signature tea would be wonderful to linger over dinner or enjoy with a splash of milk and sweetener. Super refreshing when served as an iced tea with Sparkling water. Ingredients: red rooibos, Madagascar Bourbon vanilla bean flavouring. Organic.
A single origin black tea from Chandighate Estate located in the northeaster Assam, India. It has the all the characteristics of the full-bodied Assam tea that you have come to love from us over the years. This bright amber cup has creamy, malty notes with a hint of sweet finish. Takes milk well. Organic.
Looking for an alternative to caffeinated chai tea? Steam’s Chai Rooibos is the answer. Using red rooibos as the base, this chai contains an array of spices including cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, black peppercorns, ginger and star anise. The spice blend is enhanced by a twist of citrus peel for an extra kick. Ingredients: red rooibos, cinnamon, cardamom seed, citrus peels, ginger, pepper corn, star anise, cloves. Organic.
Dorain grey is what happens when you want that classic Earl Grey tea feel with a trip to the fruit orchard instead of the bergamot orange trees. Dried flowers and apples give this tea additional depth and help balance out the bitterness you sometimes experience with black teas. It’s lighter bodied than a traditional Earl Grey and yes, it is named after the Oscar Wilde novel. Ingredients: Ceylon black tea, apple pieces, mallow and linden flowers, cornflowers, white daisy, and elder blossoms.