Blue Butterfly Pea Flower

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This tisane comes from the Clitoria ternatea plant from southeast Asia. These flowers have been used for centuries in Asia for their antioxidant (Anthocyanin) health benefits. They contain calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and many other vitamins and minerals. It has been used to help with diabetes, brain function, as an anti-inflammatory, and as a fatigue buster. The infusion offers up an enticing indigo blue color! The liquor is slightly earthy, natural and extremely light. When you add lemon, the color turns purple! Brew it as an herbal infusion, prepare it as a latte, add to cocktails, or add it as a water substitute to your rice. The possibilities are endless!

Passion Fruit

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This amazing, delicious tea is a blend of a lightly oxidized oolong as its base and organic passion fruit flavoring. It offers a sweet, juicy flavor that is evident both brewed hot, or cold. It is incredibly refreshing served cold on a hot summer day! One teaspoon can be re-steeped up to 4 times!

Passion Fruit

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This amazing, delicious tea is a blend of a lightly oxidized oolong as its base and organic passion fruit flavoring. It offers a sweet, juicy flavor that is evident both brewed hot, or cold. It is incredibly refreshing served cold on a hot summer day! One teaspoon can be re-steeped up to 4 times!

Organic Golden Monkey

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‘Panyong Wang,’ the king of high grade black teas, is among the finest black teas available from China. There are only certain varietals that can produce these golden leaves – the color becomes apparent during the processing of the leaf. Only the bud and first leaf are picked for this tea. The leaf is beautiful with long, full golden buds with rolled thread–like curls and a consistent golden color. The infusion is a golden amber color with magnificent, full–bodied smooth flavors of sweet honey notes that linger intoxicatingly on your palate. Organic Golden Monkey grows at a very high elevation on precarious mountain peaks, and is difficult to pluck the leaves. Legend says that the local people trained monkeys to pluck the leaves. Others say it’s the golden curls of the leaf that resemble monkey claws or the golden hairs on monkeys. Rest assured that no monkeys were used in the plucking of these leaves!

Kenyan Purple Tea

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This green, unoxidized and slightly withered purple leaf tea is a natural cultivar of the Camellia Sinensis, Assamica varietal. It is grown at a 6000+ ft. elevation at the Kenyan equator. The leaves are purple because they contain the super antioxidant, Anthocyanins. These are the same antioxidants that make other plants purple: like blueberries, pomegranates, and acai berries. This high quality, ethical, fair-trade tea is non-GMO and pesticide/chemical free. It produces a light purple infusion with a crisp and clean, savory floral flavor.

Organic Oriental Beauty

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This is an absolutely spectacular dark oolong from China. It is a limited tea that undergoes a special production process. It is a full bodied, approximately 60% oxidized oolong providing a bright amber infusion with a floral aroma. With subtle hints of peach and notes of sweet honey, it is intoxicating. This tea has the complexities of an oolong in taste and aroma, but  the strength of a black tea.

Jade Oolong Premium Grade

This rolled, spring harvest oolong from the 7,000 foot famous Alishan Mountains of Taiwan is superb! It is a very lightly oxidized (11-18%) tea that has had a short outdoor withering (8-12 hours) with a short primary drying process. When steeped, this deep green large leaf tea offers a fresh fruity aroma. The liquor is a pale green that tastes like sweet melon with a floral finish that lingers on.

Gyokuro

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This is an exceptional tea with the smooth balance of a lightly sweet green tea with a rich aroma. In Japan, these plants are shaded during the final stages of growing. This causes a higher chlorophyll content giving the final leaf a deep green color. A uniquely special tea, it is sometimes referred to as a dessert tea, or a celebratory tea.

Dragonwell Pre-Qing Ming – First Grade

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This tea is harvested in early spring, before the Qingming Festival (tomb sweeping holiday) and before the ‘spring’ teas. It is the first harvest of the year and is considered the highest grade and quality of Dragonwell tea. It is harvested in the village of Lung Ching in the Zhejiang Province of China. These hand-flattened, yellow-green leaves have a fantastic aroma that is distinct to the Dragonwell teas. Dragonwell Pre-Qing Ming has a delightful chestnut flavor that is sweet with a clean smooth character and lingering flavor. There is no bitter aftertaste or astringency and is not grassy like other green teas. This will quickly become your favorite Dragonwell tea!

Dong Ding

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This fabulous, carefully hand-picked oolong tea from Mount Dong Ding in Nantou, Taiwan is sometimes also referred to as Tung Ting. The baking of this tea (also referred to as roasting the tea) makes it slightly more oxidized with a nutty sweetness. This additional baking process is complicated and fairly new. It gives the tea a distinctly sweet honey, toasty taste and a captivating, fruity aroma, leaving you craving for more. This tea is known as one of the jewels of Taiwan.

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