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Creme De Coconut

$11.00 $10.00/ 2oz bag
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Darjeeling

$8.00 $7.00/ 2oz bag
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Rooibos (unblended)

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Genmaicha

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  • Creme De Coconut

    The blend is a knock-out.  A delicious and delicate combination of white tea and raw coconut. After infusion, a golden liquid with notes of warmth and comfort–the coconut doesn’t dominate..just hints.

    Serving Suggestion:  Wonderful hot or iced and especially nice if raw sugar is the sweetener, should you feel the need.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 3 minutes at 170-175F

    Ingredients:  White Peony tea, cornflower, safflower, coconut & coconut essence

    Sourced from a certified organic, Fair Trade supplier.

    $11.00 $10.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Darjeeling

    The Darjeeling region of India yields much gentler tea than Assam–lighter, nutty, with nuances accompanying each ‘flush’ or picking.  As seasons pass, the infusion with each picking becomes bolder and yet retains the essence of why Darjeeling is known as ‘the champagne of tea‘..truly a delicacy even with later flushes, accompanying the perceptible earthiness of Indian teas.  A toasty essence combines to give a lovely finish.  This is an autumnal flush Darjeeling.

    Serving Suggestion:   Serve black or with milk & sweetener.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 4 minutes at 190-195F

    Ingredients: (Autumnal flush) Darjeeling black tea

    Sourced from a certified organic, Fair Trade supplier

    $8.00 $7.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Rooibos (unblended)

    This is the stuff of South African memories–superior oxidized, unblended Rooibos. They drink it. daily, with no additions.  No caffeine, loaded with antioxidants. Rooibos has a rich, mellow, somewhat toasty flavor.

    Serving Suggestion: Brew in concentrated form for a rich Rooibos ‘shot’. Some add milk & sugar just as if it were a tea or use as the base for a healthy Rooibos latte.

    Brewing instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 tbs. per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 5-7 minutes at 190-195F

    Ingredients:  Unblended oxidized Rooibos.

    Sourced from a certified organic supplier.

    $8.00 $7.00/ 2oz bag

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  • Genmaicha

    Toasty to the palate, Popcorn tea, Laborer’s Tea…this tea has a story behind it, as many do. To make tea accessible to the laborer, it was ‘cut’ with roasted brown rice, which sometimes popped into tiny popcorn-like pieces. It became so popular it is now a classic. Now, this is just one version of the story…several others exist.

    Ingredients:  Japanese green tea, husked rice.  Sourced from a certified organic, Fair Trade supplier.

    Serving Suggestion:  Serve hot and unsweetened.

    Brewing Instructions:  Use 1 heaping tsp. to 1 TBS per 8 oz. water, to taste.  Steep 2.5-3 minutes 170-175F

    $8.00 $7.00/ 2oz bag

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