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Collector’s Tins

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Rich black tea with bergamot, plus dainty blue cornflowers, in an attractive, reusable tea tin. It looks as delightful as it tastes!

Tea Tin Size: 90 grams (makes 35+ cups of tea)

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$10.99

This refined black tea is from an award-winning garden in Assam, India, which produces a tea that’s complex in flavor, like a fine Bordeaux!

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$27.90

Fresh, textured floral tones truly make this tea a connoisseur's first flush (first harvest and most prized) Darjeeling.

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$24.95
This late spring harvest ("second flush") tea produces a dark, rich cup that still has the light flavor of a classic early harvest Darjeeling tea.
$15.95

This deliciously approachable tea brews up with a light cup color similar to a green tea with a bit more astringency, like a black tea.

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First flush Darjeeling (from the garden’s first tea harvest of the year) combined with natural bergamot flavor results in a unique Earl Grey with bright lemon notes and a pleasant astringency.

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$14.95

What starts out as a sweet, fruit-forward tea ends with a nice bite of astringency from gorgeous green tea leaves. This tea is pretty in the cup and smells like a tropical paradise!

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This sweet herbal tea manages to ring out with lemony flavor, sweetening a snap of ginger and ending with a smooth, buttery feel on your tongue.

$10.99

Nuanced jasmine scent surrounds a top quality green tea. When infused, the pearls unfold revealing two perfect leaves and the bud. 

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$24.95

This Da Hong Pao oolong tea is sourced directly from the grower on Wuyi Mountain in China. Oolong lovers: you won’t find better than this – it's the king of oolongs. 

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$29.95

One of the top ten teas in China. Also known as, Lushan, this tea is a a famous mountain in China with much cloud and mist, because it’s a high Mountain by the side of the first Chinese river Changjiang river and first lake Poyang lake. This tea takes a long time to brew, and should be re-steeped many times.

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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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$9.95

This is the best-of-the-best of Xihu Long Jing tea (also known as Dragonwell): full and round with slight hints of a leafy summertime afternoon.

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$29.95
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