• Hibiscus (Organic)

    $6.00

    Hibiscus tea is known for its tart flavour and vivid magenta hue similar to pomegranate. This tea is high in antioxidants, a great source of Vitamin C to support the immune system. Hibiscus is often served with sweetener to offset the tartness. It’s delicious to enjoy hot or iced. The petals themselves are eatable, too! Candied hibiscus pairs really well with black teas or as a garnish for your cocktails. It is advisable to consult with your physician before drinking high amounts of hibiscus tea if you are on medication(s) for high blood pressure, diabetes, or if you are pregnant. Ingredients: Hibiscus flower from Egypt. Organic.

  • Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong

    $6.00

    A single origin oolong tea from Nantou, Taiwan, it is distinctly floral with notes of poached greens and sweet lychee.

  • Kenya Black

    $6.00

    This is a hand-picked black 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.  It is medium-bodied, malty, smooth, with a gentle astringency and a hint of dried plum finish. Milder in boldness when compared to our Assam Black. A great breakfast tea to enjoy straight or with a dash of milk.  Ingredients: Kenya black tea.

  • Emerald Cloud (Organic)

    $6.00

    An organic green tea from HuangShan (Yellow Mountain Range 黃山) located in southern Anhui Province of China. Loosely translated from Chinese Wu Lu(霧綠), Emerald Cloud has the characteristic that one comes to love from a Chinese green tea-- bright freshly cut grass aroma, beautiful yet subtle nutty notes, and a smooth yet creamy finish. The delicacy of this tea is best brought to light with lower than usual water temperature (70-75°C/167°F) and shorter infusion time (45-60 seconds). Ingredients: Single origin green tea from China. Organic.

  • Gunpowder (Organic)

    $7.00

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

  • Nettle (Organic)

    $6.00

    An herbal tea of nettle leaf with savoury, grassy notes. Some homeopathic applications of this tea are: a gentle diuretic, allergy remedy, and iron supplement. Organic.

  • Just Liquorice (Organic)

    $6.00

    A single origin herbal tea of liquorice root pieces from Egypt with a sweet and aromatic finish.

  • 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

  • Butterfly Pea Flower

    $10.00

    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

  • Kenya Purple Tea

    $6.00

    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. ...

  • 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.