• Bergamot Cream (Earl Grey Cream)

    $10.00

    Blended with a Ceylon black tea base, Earl Grey Cream has a fuller mouth feel than a classic Earl Grey and the creamy aroma and taste make it even richer to enjoy. Steep in foamed milk to make your own Earl Grey Latte at home. Vanilla flavouring gives this tea its creamy texture. For an even more relaxing cup of afternoon tea, try adding equal parts of our Earl Grey Lavender to this tea. Ingredients: Ceylon black tea with blue cornflowers, bergamot oil, and vanilla flavouring.

  • Bourbon Vanilla Rooibos (Organic)

    $9.25

    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.

  • English Breakfast

    $9.25

    Looking for a malty black tea to start your day or a pick-me-up in the afternoon? Our English breakfast tea is made up of a blend of black Ceylon teas from Sri Lanka. Less bold than our Irish Breakfast, this medium bodied cuppa (as the Brits call it) is sure to satisfy! Enjoy straight or with a dash of milk.  Ingredients: Ceylon black teas.

  • Charcoal Roasted Oolong No 2 (New!)

    $9.25

    This oolong tea from Taiwan has notes of chocolate and caramel with a hint of floral finish. Like other teas from Taiwan, the flavour profile is subtle and refined. Delicious bubble tea base when served as an iced tea. A note to our long-time Charcoal Roasted Oolong drinking customer: This tea is a fresh new take on our previous version of the Charcoal Roasted Oolong tea. The toasty note is a lot lighter compared to the previous version. The tea base used in No 2 is freshly harvested Dong Ting Oolong tea with approximately 75% oxidation level; where as the tea base used in No 1 was an aged Oolong tea. We hope you will find this new version refreshing...