This organic black tea is bold and distinctive, just as you’d expect it to be, with its unique flavour coming from bergamot oil. Extremely versatile, it’s equally enjoyable with breakfast or for afternoon tea. This organic tea is nostalgic and familiar. A true classic for good reason! Ingredients: Chinese black tea with cold-pressed bergamot oil. Organic.
A single origin green tea from Nantou County in Taiwan. The beautiful Jasmine scent was pressed into the green tea by mixing fresh Jasmine flowers with green tea over night. The flowers then discarded and new fresh Jasmine flowers were added for the 2nd round, 3rd round and so on until the floral sent balanced well with the tea base. Averaging 6-8 rounds for this tea. The less the residual flowers present in the finished tea product, the higher the quality of the craftsmanship. In addition to the jasmine floral note, this tea also has the signature fruity sweet finish found in a traditional Taiwanese tea. Ingredients: Taiwan green tea, jasmine flowers.
Our version of organic earl grey rooibos is naturally caffeine free and very well balanced that makes a great impression upon first sip. It’s citrusy, cheerful and bright. Enjoy a familiar flavour of Earl Grey with the peace of mind that comes from a non-caffeinated beverage. Ingredients: Red Rooibos. Cold-pressed bergamot oil. Organic.
A Japanese Sencha green tea blended with roasted rice, known for its signature nutty, toasted flavour profile.
This oolong tea from Taiwan has a warm and toasty 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
A single origin Chinese green tea, so named for its distinctly soft smoky notes. Organic.
An Iron Goddess oolong tea with candied papaya pieces, plum and saffron petals, and natural watermelon flavouring.
A single origin herbal tea from Chao Phraya Delta, Thailand. Almost savoury in nature, it brews a strong, deep indigo colour that transforms into a magical violet when it meets something acidic, like lemon juice. Butterfly Pea Flower is very popular in Asia, where it’s also known as “Blue Tea.” The earthy notes pair well with peppermint, chamomile, or our Melon Mist Oolong if you prefer to drink it blended. Ingredient: butterfly pea flower