Low Caffeine, white tea has been shown to protect the body against certain diseases and help reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disorders. It also provides natural antibacterial properties and can help aid in weight loss and help lower bad cholesterol
White tea from the Fujian province of China. White Peony is a delicate tea made from tea buds collected and withered prior to opening. If you are beginning your exploration of white tea, White Peony tea will serve as a wonderful introduction.
Made only from the newly sprouted buds of the tea plant. These buds have a silvery white down that adds a smooth, honey texture to the brew. A high grade of silver needles is scented with bergamot, creating a lovely earl grey flavor.
High Caffeine, Black tea is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor than the less oxidized teas. Aside from water black tea is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. Black tea contains antioxidants and compounds that help reduce inflammation and can reduce blood sugar levels. As well as help decrease blood pressure and risk of stroke.
Tea from the Yunnan province of China. A very forgiving tea; will not taste bitter when over-steeped. Yunnan Gold is milk chocolate creamy and sweet, with pleasant pepper notes. The flavor becomes earthier and more layered as it cools
Tea from the Anhui province of China. Keemun, perhaps the most famous of Chinese back tea varieties, is prized for its rich flavor, fiery amber color liquor and toasty, sumptuous aroma. Smoky, slightly malty and smooth, aromatic finish.
Tea from the Yunnan province of China. Golden Needle tea is made with only the newly sprouted tips. Flavor notes include warm, red apple aroma with roasted cane sugar sweetness.
Grown in the Mirik district at a certified organic tea garden. Due to its location & the age of the plants, the garden typically produces very robust, flowery teas. The term"First Flush" refers to the first plucking season of the year, which is March to mid April. Teas from the First Flush are generally more fragrant & lighter than those from the following second flush. Each batch is different due to the mix of leaves, and therefore unique in its flavor with a distant muscatel flavor & sweetness
A special house blend of a full bodied Assam and cinnamon bark inclusions
Lynn's has blended large blue lavender flowers with our Earl Grey tea to create this lovely blend.
A special house blend of black tip Ceylon tea and Lemon Myrtle create this aromatic, full bodied tea with a hint of lemon
The region of Assam is the largest tea- producing region in the world and home to some of the best black teas from India. Malty Assam is produced from a distinct tea varietal growing in Assam called Camellia Assamica. Assam black teas often undergo special processing to bring out their full-bodied, rich, malty undertones with a slight caramel sweetness.
Refers to a hearty, dark black tea blend that is suitable for brewing with milk. Tea lovers have given this flavor profile tremendous popularity in the last 40-50 years. A robust, hearty, full, heavy-bodied brew ideal for morning starters.
A smooth and uplifting infusion of organic Indian black tea dotted with bright blue cornflowers and scented with organic bergamot essence. A rich black tea with bright citrus notes. Ad lovely to look at as it is to sip
A Black Tea boasting a smoky aroma and flavor. Its creation is credited to the thick, rough-looking Souchong leaves that are withered over burning pipe bows. Lapsang Souchong can deliver an overwhelming flavor, so it is recommended that it steep for slightly less time than other black teas
Heavily rolled black tea leaf with a very low moisture content, blended with organic ginger, cloves, cardamom and cinnamon. Rich, malty, and spicy, blending especially well with milk and sugar.
A full bodied tea with a cup tending bright, being constant with high quality tea. Caffeine is naturally removed using CO2. This tea contains no caffeine
Nice notes of ginger and peach bring this black tea to life.
Low level caffeine. Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. Its loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. Theses include improved brain function, can boost fat burning and physical performance and improve bone mineral density. Green tea can also kill bacteria, which can help with dental health and lower risk of infection. Studies have found that woman who drank the most Green tea had a lower risk of developing breast cancer, and pancreatic cancer.
One of China's most famous green teas from Hangzhou in Zhejiang province. This tea has a very distinctive shape: smooth & perfectly flattened along the inside vein of the leaf, the result of highly skilled shaping in a hot wok. This process, known as pan-firing was perfected in China by tea masters over many centuries. It gives the tea an inviting, toasty aroma, with a sweet, rounded flavor, perhaps reminiscent of freshly roasted white corn. Full, nutty & buttery texture & pleasantly dry finish
The large twisted "yellow tea" leaves brew to a lovely golden yellow color. It has soft, airy notes and a dry, crisp, fruity character. Lingering floral notes whisper in the finish.
A green tea with surprising body and a captivating floral character accentuated by specially selected jasmine blossoms
A green tea from Japan containing roasted and popped rice. It has a light, golden yellow liquor with a unique, toasty rice flavor. Truly a tea that creates conversation.
Moderate to high levels of caffeine. Oolong tea is partially feremented unlike black tea that is fully fermented. Oolong tea has many amazing health benefits as it helps to boost metabolism, aids in weight loss, can help control type 2 diabetes, heart diseases, cancer and also has the ability to help treat inflammatory disorders while providing vital antioxidants and healthy skin.
A green oolong from Taiwan's Zhushan region, or "Bamboo Mountain." Low oxidation and light roasting contribute to this tea's bright, floral fragrance and sweet, crisp body. Lighter-bodied than the more roasted oolongs, but with an equally long finish and multi-layered character.
Comes from the famous oolong producing area of Anxi in Fujian, China. Black Dragon is a somewhat darker oolong. The leaves are tightly rolled into small pellets. When infused, the leaves unfold Ito their original state and provide many infusions. Toasted aroma with a sweet, strong, grain aftertaste.
This Oolong loose leaf tea delivers an exotic taste with subtle notes of orange and jasmine, complex enough to be enjoyed by tea aficionados while mild enough for anyone introducing their palette to exotic oolong
Herbal teas can be made with fresh or dried flowers, leaves, seeds or roots and bark. Unlike actual teas, herbal teas do not come from the camellia sinensis plant. Benefits from herbal teas are as numerous and varied as the herbs themselves . Knowing which benefits you may like to achieve can help you narrow down which herbal tea is right for your individual needs.
Organic red hibiscus flower petals from China steep into a beautiful deep red brew. A deep red, sweet-tart brew with a silky mouthfeel
A refreshing tea blended with Hibiscus, Lemon Verbena, Lemon Peel, Cornflower Petals, Apple and Raspberry pieces. A full fresh raspberry note on the finish.
Apples, rosehip, hibiscus, orange pieces and cornflower petals combine to great this taste sensation for the younger tea drinkers. Notes of caramel with strawberry and lemon. Real gum balls infused throughout
Apples, elderberry, currant, rosehip, orange pieces, hibiscus and cornflower petals create the fruity, sweet with a slight tart character tea
Very aromatic with a fruity floral flavor. Considered a remedy for all ill's by the ancient Egyptians, this golden herb remains a modern favorite to promote calm and relive anxiety. When steeped, these fragrant chamomile blossoms smells of freshly cut apples and produce a rich, golden cup with calming flavor and sweet, floral finish
Mate is rich in caffeine and was used as a caffeine beverage in Latin America before the advent of coffee. Greenish and vegetative flavor notes.
Creates a pungent, cool, fresh, menthol cup of tea. It continues to be revered for its cooling, crisp aroma, deeply refreshing flavor and smooth finish
A fruity blend with sweet notes. Rooibos is a herb that contains no caffeine. Those that consume Rooibos have claimed that it has a soothing effect on headaches, disturbed sleeping patterns and digestive problems.
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