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Chamomile
Darjeeling
English Breakfast
Green Tea
Hibiscus
Oolong
Spruce Tips
Thai Basil
White Tea

Tea Profiles

Chamomile

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Floral, hay-like, apple, menthol
Egypt

Chamomile tea is prepared from daisy-like dried flowers. It is widely used as a bed-time tea but underestimated for its versatility. It blends perfectly with delicate flavors and provides a smooth, buttery finish.

Darjeeling

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Fruity, vegetal, citrus, mossy
India

Darjeeling is a black tea originating in the Darjeeling district in India. It is dried the day it is picked and left to oxidize. It is similar to other black teas but has a lighter fruitier aroma.

English Breakfast

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Rich, malty, bitter, mildly honey-like
China and India

English Breakfast is a blend of different black teas such as Indian Assam and Chinese Keemun. It is strong enough to replace that morning cup of coffee and keep you energized longer. English Breakfast is robust and smooth enough to stand alone.

Green Tea

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Herbaceous, sweet citrus, earthy, roasted
India

Green tea comes from leaves and buds that are dried. Next, they are either roasted or steamed to bring out their beautiful green color. The resulting oxidation produces an earthy, grassy flavor. We source a green tea with a low grassiness intensity, to better balance with its associated hop profile.

Hibiscus

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Tart, cranberry, pomegranate
Egypt

Our hibiscus tea comes from the petals, leaves, and calyces of the hibiscus flower. Hibiscus is naturally caffeine-free and has a lovely magenta color. It has a tart flavor similar to cranberries and is naturally acidic.

Oolong

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Floral, vegetal, fruity
China

Oolong tea lands between green tea and black tea. It is semi-oxidized and comes in many varieties ranging from lightly processed green oolong to heavily roasted oolong. Because of the wide range of processes, it can taste light and floral to earthy and woody depending on the variety. Oolong tea tastes great when steeped or “washed” many times using the same leaves.

Spruce Tips

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pine
The Rocky Mountains

A spruce tip is the new spring growth at the end of a branch. The tree hunkers down for winter, but then in the spring they send out tender (and flavorful) new growth. Our tips were hand harvested from National Forests in the Rocky Mountains in a sustainable way and with the support of the National Forest Service.

Thai Basil

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Sweet herbal, minty, black pepper, anise, citrus
USA

A variety of the Ocimum basilicum, native to Southeast Asia, Thai basil has a sweet herbal, minty, and spicy flavor. We use fresh Thai basil, which maintains its brightness and vibrancy throughout the brewing process.

White Tea

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Floral, earthy, nutty, delicate
China

White tea comes from young tea leaves and unopened buds that are picked and dried in early spring. Because of this short window, white tea is the rarest. It is minimally processed, so the health benefits outweigh the other varieties of teas. It is considered "the World's healthiest tea" due to its high concentration of antioxidants. It has a light floral flavor free of bitterness.

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