Camellia sinensis

Did you know all classes of tea leaf, from black to white, come from the same plant? Their delicious aromas and flavors are mostly attributed to the specific cultivar of each bush, the environment they thrive in, and the careful technique used by the farmers who grow them. Every batch of tea harbors a unique set of traits that reflect the devotion and attention that goes into each tea leaf.

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White Jasmine

Full, Floral, creamy Sweetness

This silver needle white tea is harvested in the Yunnan province of China. It is fragrant, sweet, and delicious and undergoes a unique processing technique. During their light processing, the leaves absorb fragrant oils from the fresh jasmine blossoms with which they are dried. This careful craftsmanship creates a bright floral aroma that sticks around for multiple steepings.

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 175° F for 2-3 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.

 
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Spring Harvest Green

Vegetal, refreshing, Savory Notes

These tender leaves were harvested this spring in our favorite mountain village in Shandong, China. Each leaf is processed with love and brimming with fresh flavor!

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 180° F for up to 3 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.

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Autumn Harvest Black

Warm, Malty, Cocoa Notes

The leaves of this tea are hand picked in Laoshan, a protected mountain village located in the Shandong province of China. The mountain spring water, cool climate, and traditional family processing techniques produce its unique flavor.

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 190° F for 4 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.

 
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Black Hills Breakfast (Out of Stock)

Rich, Astringent, Robust

Our house blend of Indian, Sri Lankan, and Chinese black teas in the style of a traditional English Breakfast. The rich flavors pair well with cream.

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 190° F for up to 4 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.

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Autumn harvest green

Grassy, Sweet, Umami

This tea is hand picked and processed in the mountain village of Laoshan in Shandong, China. Traditional farming methods create its warm flavors and aromas. It is sweet and grassy with a nutty finish.

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 180° F for up to 3 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.

 
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Royal Assam Black

Smooth, Woody, Sweet

This hardy Indian black tea is a delicious every day sipper. It has strong woody flavors with notes of honey and tobacco.

Our recommendation:

Steep 3g in 8 ounces of water at 190° F for up to 4 minutes, then strain and enjoy, or steep leaves 2-3 times for 60-90 seconds each.