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Flavored and Blended Teas 2
A very exciting tea with a fragrant aroma accompanied by a flavor of orange spice, which will warm up the coldest of winter nights or enhance an exotic evening. This tea also makes a warming morning energizer as well as an afternoon pick me up being tangy and vibrant. With ice this tea is a refreshing drink, with an exquisite combination of flavor and fragrance.
Comprised of a delicate China and Ceylon blend base that has been refined with the finest spices and flavorings and then rounded off with tangy natural orange and creamy vanilla. Tending bright and coppery notes.
The full raspberry character. Try adding a pinch of sugar to accentuate the flavor. Bright and Coppery. Contains luxury black tea, freeze dried raspberry, blackberry leaves, rose petals and natural flavors. Raspberries grow on a cane – were you aware of this fact? The raspberry offers more than just good taste providing many familiar and unfamiliar nutritional qualities. Recently there has been new research looking at raspberries as an antioxidant. Couple this with the known natural goodness of the antioxidants in tea and you have a healthy winner! This tea is particularly refreshing with ice – another reason to try raspberry tea. Add a pinch of sugar as the sugar binds with the raspberry flavor molecules, intensifying the distinctive taste. Raspberries have been used for generations by the Shoshone Indians for their medicinal properties. Combined with the properties of black tea, the two together make a healthy and delicious combination. The name is given in the honor of their traditions.
Origin: House Blend
The full raspberry and chocolate flavors create a wonderful remembrance of Raspberry Truffles. Try adding a pinch of sugar to accentuate the flavor. Bright and Coppery. Contains luxury black tea, freeze dried raspberry, blackberry leaves, rose petals, rooibos, apple, vanilla, chocolate bits and natural flavors. Makes a marvelous dessert all by itself.
*Contains Trace Amounts of Dairy.
Memories of a frech cut Georgia peach this blend offers an exquisite and beautiful blend with A kaleidoscope of colors. Contains green and black base tea, rose petals, rose leaves, sunflower petals and a distinctive peachy note. One of our best selling flavored tea!
Great either hot or iced.
Origin: House Blend
A delightful, fruity blend of a sweet, aromatic tang of strawberries nestled among the sweet, fresh notes of green tea. A lazy, comfortable tea that gives you a moment and then inspires action. As dazzling and a delight to look at as it is to drink. 1629 is the date assigned to the introduction of the Scarlet Strawberry from Virginia, and the earliest mention of the Strawberry in English writings is in a Saxon plant list of the tenth century, and in 1265 the 'Straberie' is mentioned in the household roll of the Countess of Leicester. Sweet and fruity, a delightful tea that can be enjoyed either hot or cold.
This rich and thick flavor evokes a warm ‘Welcome Home’! A dash of sugar can add to an already delicious flavor. Bright and Coppery. Contains luxury black tea, sunflower, calendula petals and natural flavors Magical properties! It is said that Vanilla calms the nerves, lifts the spirits and improves the romantic aspect of one’s life. Did you know that vanilla is the only edible fruit of the orchid family. There are two types of vanilla that are used for commercial purposes – Bourbon and Tahitian. It is the worlds most labor intensive agricultural crop, taking up to three years after the vines are planted, before the first flowers appear. As there are about 150 varieties of vanilla, it is certainly a flavoring agent that is suited to one’s personal tastes. You will enjoy this cup of tea!
Origin: House Blend
Jump into summer fun with this refreshing white tea blend! Extra large flakes and cubes of juicy, exclusively exotic fruits form the base of this low in acid blend. This already artful taste was further enhanced by a particularly sweet and fresh flavor combination. A fruit tea blend of highest rank!
Served cold, it’s bright and flavorful mango, citrus and pineapple flavor is just the cure for the dog days of summer. Great when served hot too!
Contains camellia senensis, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), mango cubes (mango, sugar), pineapple and mango flakes, orange slices, flavoring, freeze-dried tangerine-orange pieces, safflower, marigold blossoms, and freeze-dried strawberry slices.
Origin: House Blend
Thai tea (also known as Thai iced tea) or "cha-yen". A combination of Thai tea leaves and spices. Black Orange Pekoe tea combined with Star Anise, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Ginger, Hibiscus, Orange and Vanilla.
Preparation: Bring the water to a boil in a large saucepan. Add the tea and remove the pan from heat. Stir to submerge all the tea leaves in the water. Steep for about 5 minutes. Pour the brew through a coffee filter or a fine-mesh strainer into a large pitcher. Add the sugar to the hot tea and stir to
dissolve. Cool to room temperature. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
To serve: Fill tall glasses with crushed ice. Add enough of the tea to fill the glasses to within 1 inch from the top. Then float 3 to 4 tablespoons of milk over the ice in each glass.
Pai Mu Dan white tea, orange peels, marigolds
with orange tangerine flavor.
Tea is truly healing and meditating. There are many benefits to the process of tea. From making it, to picking your favorite or hope to be new favorite tea, pouring the water, and even what you do during the time of the water boiling, I believe it is all a form of meditation which can bring true understanding.
I went on a nice drive to Idyllwild, CA where my lovely cousin and her husband found this cute little tea house called the Merkaba Home, they had all sorts of cool things. We went on a nice little hike after exploring a part of the area. We truly enjoyed our time with the trees.
At the tea house there was rows and rows of medicinal tea, beautiful art, chakra stones, sound bowls, incense and so much more. The blends of teas smelt amazing and I loved that they have a monthly tea subscription. The owners were really sweet and so informative. I loved this visit and I am very pleased to know it’s not far from me. I bought 2 teas to take home, one was a blooming tea that was recommended by my awesome cousin, In this case I stuck to the green tea and picked a flower which was the Flowering Double Happiness tea. The other one I got was Holy Basil tea, which helps reduce anxiety and stress along with a few other awesome health factors. And for you honey lovers they had a great selection of honey to add to your tea or take a few honey sticks to go.. mmm
Next time I go I’d love to sit down for a bit write, grab a cup of freshly brewed tea and enjoy every moment.
Origin: House Blend
A blend sure to get you up and going for the day! We started off with a stout Irish Breakfast blend. Known for their higher caffeine levels, this base will get you physically moving.
Next we added Yerba Mate. This is a South American tisane/herb that is well known for it mental alertness properties. So not only are you physically awake, but will be awakened mentally as well. Finally we’ve added Cinnamon, Cardamon, Cloves, Ginger and Honeybush for a topping off of flavor. The spices are also known for their mental benefits. The Honeybush is a naturally mellow and sweet tea that is high in antioxidants and contains nutrients like Vitamin C, potassium and calcium. Consumed for centuries by the indigenous people, this calming herb reputedly increases appetite. high in flavanoids and trace minerals. Takes both honey and cream very well.