Whole, loose-leaf tea makes the best possible cup. Our tea guide gives you insights and information to create a loose-leaf infusion and release the full range of aroma and flavor into your cup.
Types and Grades of Tea
Loose tea lets you see, smell and even hold the leaves that provide the flavor you enjoy. With a small investment of time to learn about tea, your cup of tea becomes more personal and engaging, deepening your enjoyment of an experience that has captivated cultures.
All About Our Tea
Through programs like our own comprehensive sustainable sourcing program, Well Earth, and purchasing Fair Trade Certified products, we help growers develop certified organic, sustainable production methods and improve social conditions for workers and their families and communities. For high-quality loose teas that are ethically and sustainably sourced, Frontier stands apart.
How to Store Tea
Tea absorbs moisture and other aromas very easily, so it's important that tea is stored in an airtight container, away from strong-smelling items. Most tea stores well up to a year, but it depends on many factors.
What You Should Know About Tea
The pleasures of a good cup of tea extend beyond simply drinking it. In Japan, tea drinking has been elevated into a formal ritual.
Definitions and explanations of terms used to discuss tea. Black Tea - The most widely consumed teas, black teas are full-flavored and characterized by a tannic, woody astringency with subtle, flowery nuances.
Tips For Making Tea
There's something comforting about brewing tea and taking the time to savor it. Here are some tips to make the most of the experience — and end up with the best tasting tea.
Rare & Trendy: Kumaon Black Tea
Frontier Kumaon Black Tea is the newest and perhaps most versatile tea in our lineup. Its flavor is firmly anchored in the classic traits of robust Indian teas, but distinguished by a cocoa flavor with caramel notes and a creamy texture.