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Find Your Tea!


Our artfully crafted teas are blended by hand to bring together the best flavors from each leaf. 

Did you know?

Despite the variety of teas to choose from, most tea comes from the same plant called Camellia Sinensis.  The difference in the tea's color, taste, and caffeine content comes from how the leaf is plucked and processed.

How the leaf is processed will determine whether it is classified as white, green, oolong or black tea.

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Black Tea

Full-bodied and robust. Highest amount of caffeine of the teas (but less than coffee or sodas)

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White Tea

 Light, delicate, slightly sweet flavor.

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Herbal Tea

Mix of herbs, spices, and/or fruits. Also known as tisanes. Naturally caffeine free.

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Distinct flavor with caffeine contact  between black and green tea. Often referred to as the "weight loss tea".

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Green Tea

A bold, savory flavor high in antioxidants. Green tea

is considered one of the healthiest teas to drink. 

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Rooibos Tea

Naturally caffeine free, from a South African red herb. High in antioxidants

and minerals.

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Tea Bags

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Wellness Teas

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