A remarkable Indian Black Nilgiri tea, dried apricot pieces and flavor combine to create a medium bodied smooth tea with a wonderfully fruity finish. A superb drink for the summer, this tea is delicious both hot and iced.
A soft, delicate version of traditional Indian chai, Winter White Chai features our fine Shou Mei White Tea amongst the backdrop of customary chai spices, with one surprising addition: coconut. Brace your senses for a swift uplifting… this dreamy chai blend is sure to send you afloat. Delicious served in the traditional chai manner of milk and sugar or untouched for a more simplistic and delicate cup.
Tulsi, or Indian Holy Basil, is a slightly sweet, smooth herbal tisane with a round, almost mint-like flavor. Called the “spiritual elixir of life”, Tulsi boasts unique beneficial effects for both the body and mind, including improved memory, reduction of fever, relief from coughs, colds, asthma, stress, respiratory illness, and many other ailments. With its origins in India, Tulsi is worshiped both morning and night by Hindus at large for its rich properties and promotion of wellness and longevity. Best served hot and enjoyed often.
A robust and earthy Rooibos is kissed with the delightful flavor of apricot in this Apricot Rooibos Herbal Tea. Producing a lovely rich liquor that is smooth and fruity, it is hard to just have one cup. Excellent iced in the hot summer months or delicious hot for a warm comfort, this tea is fun for all and naturally caffeine free.
This luxurious tea is almost as fun to drink as it is to crack the crust of the famed dessert. A crisp black tea balances the creamy, caramel-like flavour of Crème Brulee for a delectable cup of tea, perfect for an after-dinner treat. This creamy tea is best served hot.
Rose Hips are the seed pods of roses and like rose petals, are an edible part of the plant. Rose hips are used for a variety of creations from sauces and seasoning to jellies and skin care products. For thousands of years, Native Americans have been using Rose Hips tea as a major source of vitamin C. So nutritional, the brewed hips were added to soups and stews after the tea was finished. Still enjoyed today for both health and pleasure, Rose Hips produce a tangy tartness of crab apples with a vegetal, tomato juice like finish within a thick pink liquor. Rose Hips take well to sweetener and are often added to herbal tea blends as well brewed alone.