Hailing from the Yunnan province, this
black tea version of the popular Dragon
Pearl is naturally sweet and smooth with
a touch of earthiness.
Meant to delight your eyes as
well as taste buds, these
awe-inspiring ‘display teas’
unfurl when added to water, revealing
delicate flowers hidden within.
The darker, more oxidized oolongs
of Taiwan are known for having
very lush, playful flavors.
Deeply floral, honey and juicy,
it's not uncommon to have a lovely
cup that's almost like
a succulent slice of peach.
An interesting twist on classic
Moroccan Mint tea, which
traditionally combines Gunpowder
green tea from China with fresh mint.
Jasmine phenix Pearls
Perfumy hand-rolled tea from
Fuding, in Fujian province, China.
Any fan of jasmine tea should
try this specially crafted wonder.
The finest chamomile flowers in the
world come from the Nile River Valley of Egypt. Considered
a remedy for all ills by the
ancient Egyptians, this golden
herb remains a modern favorite to
promote calm and relieve anxiety.
Earl Grey Bravo
A classic blend of premium black
tea from Sri Lanka, flavored
with bergamot (a citrus fruit).
The perfect afternoon tea: zesty
and exhilarating fresh citrus aroma,
slightly dry to the nose, with a
rounded and balanced.