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This place is a must see when traveling to Idyllwild! The people are amazing, the items they have in stock are beautiful and at an excellent price! We were soo intrigued by everything that we forgot to leave with some of their tea!!! Good thing we can order online. I will definitely be returning with every visit we make to Idyllwild.

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Blue Orchid Oolong
Country of Origin: Fujian Provence, China

Aside from its enchanting heritage, Blue Orchid Oolong is truly exceptional in the cup - layers of orchid blend with notes of minerals, wheat bread and hints of dry white wine on the finish – an exceptional tea. In some parts of rural China this exceptional tea is known as the compassionate oolong. The name stems from an ancient legend that highlights the benevolence of Guan Yin and the leaf style of the Blue Spring. According to the legend, there was a village that was suffering from a great drought. The local tea crop the villagers relied on for income had all but withered away to nothing. In desperation the villagers began to make offerings of what little they had to the only deity they though might be able to help, Guan Yin. Who eventually saved the village by tipping over a pitcher of water. At the spot where its contents spilled out, a miraculous spring of water began to gush out of the dry ground. The village was saved and decided that to honor the goddess. They began adding delicate blue mallow flower petals to their tea to represent the crystal blue water of the miraculous spring.
Country of Origin: Nandi Highlands, Kenya
Fair Trade
A clean and smooth green tea that is unlike any other green tea on the market providing a flavor of crisp asparagus, fresh cabbage and toasted oats. The whole tea leaves steep multiple infusions of vibrant green liquor. A must-have for any green tea drinker!
Artisanal tea leaves… You will be amazed at the giant tea leaves steeping deliciousness in your cup. Once unfurled, you can see the actual whole leaf that the farmer carefully hand-plucked from their Nandi Hills tea garden.
The only tea from Kenya plucked, processed and shipped from small-scale farmers! Pesticide free. No chemicals are ever sprayed on the tea leaves.
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Purple Leaf
Country of Origin: Nandi Highlands, Kenya
Fair Trade
Make room Green, Black and Oolong, because Purple Tea is here! This is an exciting brand new category of tea. The reason it is called Purple Leaf Tea is because purple leaves naturally grow this colour on the tea bush!
This is not a GMO plant, it is completely natural and part of the tea family (Camellia Sinensis Assamica). The reason the leaves are purple is because they contain the super antioxidants: Anthocyanins. These are the same antioxidants that make other plants purple: like our favourite grapes, blueberries, pomegranates, and acai berries. Purple Leaf Tea is also a colour changing tea… squeeze a couple drops of lemon into your tea cup and watch the purple colour intensify. Be the first to try this beautiful new tea!
An intresting flavor, combining rhubarb pie, exotic flowers and fresh vegetal undertones.
Mountain Huckleberry
Mount Kenya Estate
Mount Kenya, Kenya
Fair Trade

A sip of our Mount Kenya Estate black tea transports you to the lush, rolling green hills of Mount Kenya. This tea is fresh, malty, and smooth, but packs a serious hit of flavor. Sweet and complex on its own, but equally superb with a splash of milk and sugar to start the day off right!
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Now you can easily enjoy and expand your tea experience with monthly deliveries sent straight to your home or office. They’re available in Blacks, Green & Whites, Just the Basics, Caffeine Free or Medicinal Herbs. You can join for 3, 6 or 12 months at a time. They make a great gift for the tea lover in your life too!
Check out our “Tea Clubs”!
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Bengal Club Chai Match
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African Breakfast
Country of Origin: Kenya, India, China
Fair Trade
Rainforest Alliance
Non GMO Project Verified

The perfect start to your day. Take a tea trip around the world with this full-bodied blend of black teas from Kenya, India and China. This delicious breakfast blend is well-balanced and very high in anti-oxidants.

Try drinking it the Kenyan way, with a splash of milk and sugar

Small-scale farmer grown. Pesticide free. No chemicals are ever sprayed on the tea leaves.
Kenya Black Match
White Rhino Match
Country of Origin: Kericho/Nandi Highlands, Kenya

 Despite what the name would imply, the Majestic White Rhino is actually grey. With an estimated population of about 17,500 animals, the White Rhino roams the woodlands and grasslands of South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Kenya. In the Kenyan Rift Valley, the origin of this stunning tea, it isn?t uncommon to see White Rhinos grazing on lands near the lush tea estates, a testament to the biodiversity of this remarkable territory. So, why name a Matcha after this majestic animal? Well, from our first sip we knew that the tea needed a name with some power behind it. This innovative new Kenyan tea is grown at high altitude under bright sun and as such is packed full of antioxidants, polyphenols and exceptionally crisp flavor. Only the youngest leaves are plucked, processed and carefully ground using a traditional stone mill to an exceptionally smooth consistency. The resulting cup is thick and rich with wonderfully warm mossy notes of grass and slight floral undertones of oolong. A fabulous tea for those looking for an interesting brew with exceptional health benefits.
Country of Origin: Nandi Highlands, Kenya

Kenya Black Matcha is the result of a tradition of experimentation. The tea is made by grinding a rich, full leaf black Kenyan tea, selected for its tannins and antioxidant count, using a Japanese style Matcha mill. Craft-ground in small quantities only, Kenya Black Matcha dazzles the palette with smooth, malty notes balanced by a pleasingly smooth astringency. When brewing this incredible tea, we encourage you to experiment with various tea quantities, water temperatures, and whisking duration until you find the strength that?s perfect for you. Then, we recommend firing up the kettle, brewing a cup and raising a toast to innovation.

Matcha Fact: Matchas are so high in antioxidants due to the fact that unlike regular teas, in which the leaves are brewed and discarded, the leaves themselves are actually consumed.
Country of Origin: Zhejiang Province, China /
Nandi Highlands, Kenya / Kerala, India

A taste of India’s colonial past can be found if one knows where to look, such as the Bengal Club. Where tea is concerned, service at the Bengal Club is often referred to as being “more Brittish than Brittish”. From the first sip, this peppery, spicy cup transports you to an exotic world of flavor, traditiona and history. If you ever get a chance to visit the Bengal, tell them we sent you!
Smooth green tea enlivened with fresh Malabar spices. Peppery and saucy finish. Memories of Bombay’s Chai Wallah.

Ingredients: Green tea, cardamom, ginger, black pepper, white pepper, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg.
Country of Origin: Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva,
Sri Lanka

 The Huckleberry is a versatile fruit, but is not to be confused with the famous Mark Twain novel, Huckleberry Finn. Indigenous to higher elevations thriving in an acid soil and a close relative of the blueberry; this fruit has a sweet robust, albeit tart, flavor (when compared to its blueberry cousin) and is generally not cultivated commercially. There is limited availability of huckleberries which probably accounts for part if its popularity. The huckleberries are a favorite food of bears and are thus adventurous to pick! There is a certain amount of wilderness factor associated with the huckleberry which make them quite scrumptious and a true delicacy.

 The huckleberry is a flavory wild berry. Find full berry fruitiness with mountain freshness in this tea.
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