Put a new twist on tea by serving Ceylon with a slice of orange, instead of lemon. You'll marvel at how well the flavor and aromas meld and support each other. Highly versatile, Ceylon goes well with all the traditional foods of tea time.
Black tea blended with spices and generally served hot or cold with milk and sweetener. There are many favorite recipes for chai, but the spices most often included are cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and black pepper.
The complex, spicy sweet flavor of Chai is best appreciated on its own, although the tea also goes well with simple desserts or plain baked goods like butter cookies, brioche and croissants.
Flavorful, comforting, gentle, traditional chamomile tea is made with German chamomile flowers. A versatile herb, chamomile is also an ingredient in shampoos and conditioners for light colored hair, in skin care creams and lotions, and in relaxing bath blends.
This everyday tea has subtle, but typical, no-nonsense green tea flavor that never overwhelms. It's good from the first cup of the morning to the last cup of the day. Try it alone or for a change of pace add lemon, mint or sugar.
Smooth, less bitter decaf. Rich amber liquor with less astringent flavor than many black teas. Don't be afraid to switch from green tea to this for a nice change.
This special, hand-selected tea contains silvery-white unopened leaf tips. White tea is the least processed of all teas and is steamed immediately after picking to prevent any oxidation of the leaves. This particular tea is very smooth with delicate floral notes. The liquor is golden and has a light body. Truly a remarkably pleasant and drinkable tea.
A blend of black teas like English Breakfast, this tea is slightly bolder in flavor and makes a malty brew that is well rounded and robust. It's a full-bodied breakfast tea meant to be enjoyed with milk and sweetener, a good choice for those who like a strong, yet flavorful tea.
A parent of peppermint and one of the oldest mints cultivated, spearmint is used to flavor all types of foods, such as jellies, jams, candies, sauces, desserts and fruit dishes. It is also used to flavor and fragrance toothpaste, mouthwash, lozenges and chewing gum. Spearmint makes a refreshing herbal tea and is delicious iced or hot.