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You'll get a beautifully green, sweet and light flavored cup of tea with our Tamayokucha — the tea leaves are steamed as they dry. Bitter green teas are a thing of the past.

$28.00

Green with a twist of orange? You've got it right here, for a day when your cup of traditional green needs a bright boost of orange scent and taste.

$16.00

Jasmine flowers are dried with this delicate tea, so the leaves absorb the flowers' intoxicating scent. A traditional tea prepared particularly well is truly a treat.

$10.25

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White tea is smooth and savory, plucked in gardens only in the early spring when the leaves and buds are young. A gentle cuppa' tea with soft flavor.

$16.00

Certainly unique — Gen Mai Cha has everything you love about green tea blended with toasty, nutty roasted brown rice. This tea has layered flavor in spades.

$16.00

$16.00

Fresh blend of whole Organic green tea leaves, apricots, cornflower petals and safflower threads. Leaning over a cup of this tea is like standing in the kitchen while your grandmother bakes a fruit crumble.

$12.95

There’s something surprising about this cuppa’ tea — it beautifully combines Organic green tea with peppermint and lemongrass for a taste that’s minty yet sweet.

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White tea is subtle and smooth, and we've blended this one with a hint of strawberry for a velvety cuppa' that's fruit forward, fragrant and naturally sweet.

$16.75

Cloud Mist green tea gets its name from where it grows on Lushan Mountain in China, up in the clouds and mist. Tea leaves grown in shade like these are known for having a distinct umami (or savory) flavor.

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The stong, woods-y campfire scent is well balanced with the black tea. 

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It's been said that Lapsang Souchong was the very first black tea in the World, dating back to early 1600s in little village in Wuyi Mountains of Fujian China. It's also been said that Lapsang Souchong was the favored tea of Princess Catherine (Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1662 to 1685.) One Lapsang tale takes place during the tumultuous Qing Dynasty. Soldiers, passing through the village of Xing, took refuge a tea shop, kicking out the workers and delaying the process of getting the tea out to the people. At this point, tea was in high demand for it's medicinal properties. The workers could not get to the leaves to dry and oxidize until the soldiers left, and by that time they were far behind demand. In order to speed up the drying process, one smarty decided to try drying the leaves over a fire using indigenous pinewood. This new smokey flavor became the iPhone of teas. Today, Lapsang is not as well-known, but is still beloved for it's unique and powerful campfire aroma and smooth finish. Traditional techniques are still in use; the leaves are smoked over pinewood in a honglong (a bamboo basket.)

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It's been said that Lapsang Souchong was the very first black tea in the World, dating back to early 1600s in little village in Wuyi Mountains of Fujian China. It's also been said that Lapsang Souchong was the favored tea of Princess Catherine (Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1662 to 1685.) One Lapsang tale takes place during the tumultuous Qing Dynasty. Soldiers, passing through the village of Xing, took refuge a tea shop, kicking out the workers and delaying the process of getting the tea out to the people. At this point, tea was in high demand for it's medicinal properties. The workers could not get to the leaves to dry and oxidize until the soldiers left, and by that time they were far behind demand. In order to speed up the drying process, one smarty decided to try drying the leaves over a fire using indigenous pinewood. This new smokey flavor became the iPhone of teas. Today, Lapsang is not as well-known, but is still beloved for it's unique and powerful campfire aroma and smooth finish. Traditional techniques are still in use; the leaves are smoked over pinewood in a honglong (a bamboo basket.)
$12.95
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