Tea Menu

Indian Spiced Chai Tea

Chai is so prevalent in India and Sri Lanka that it could be called the “national drink”. This tea is made from a premium black tea from Sri Lanka, and is blended with cardamom, cloves, coriander, sweet cumin seeds, curry leaves, lemon grass, and rampe leaves. It is best enjoyed with milk and sugar to taste.

The word “chai” literally means tea. Often a lower quality tea is used to make chai as it is thought the spices will cover-up any deficiencies in the tea. We do not believe this and prefer to make our dry tea chai mix from real Indian spices and high-grown Ceylon tea. The quality of the tea elevates this chai to a new level. We recommend turning the bag of chai upside down a few times. The reason is that during transit the spices can settle at the bottom of the bag.

Chocolate Mint Flavored Black Tea

One of the most delectable pairings of flavors, when combined, chocolate and mint are sure to create an intoxicating taste. This tea delivers a bright and coppery infusion and a chocolatey mint flavor that is especially prominent when milk and sugar are added. We find this tea tastes best when served hot, but it can also be enjoyed over ice.

Cranberry Orange Flavored Black Tea

Get ready for an amazing taste sensation! Our Cranberry Orange black tea delivers the perfect balance of sweet orange and tart cranberries. Sure to be enjoyed when poured over ice on a hot summer day, this tea could become one of your new favorites.

Huckleberry Flavored Black Tea

A uniquely delicious taste sensation, our Huckleberry black tea is wonderful when served hot or iced. Delivering a similar flavor to blueberry, huckleberries are part of the same family of fruit. A little sugar in this tea helps to bring out the naturally sweet flavor, and is sure to make it one of your favorites!

English Breakfast Tea Blend No. 1

This is a blend of the finest Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan teas. This is a stronger tea, and makes a great start to the day. It has a full malty flavor, and is a rich dark color. We recommend this tea be served hot with milk and a little sugar, but it is also delicious served with lemon or it can be used to make iced tea.

These are English style teabags without strings and tags and with 3.1 g of tea. This is 50% more tea than US style string and tag teabags, which only have 2.1 g of tea. We also like the English style better for brewing tea in a teapot, as the strings do get tangled around our spoon when stirring the tea.

Tea made in India, Sri Lanka ( Ceylon ) and Kenya. Blended and Packaged in the UK or US to our exclusive recipe.

Regular Earl Grey Tea

Earl Grey is a blend of Indian and Ceylon teas. The tea gets its unusual flavor from oil of BERGAMOT. Bergamot is a small acidic orange. The latest research indicates that the Bergamot orange is a cross between the sweet or pear lemon (Citrus Limetta) and the Seville or sour orange (Citrus Aurantium). The sour orange is native to southern Vietnam, hence the Chinese connection.

This tea has a light refreshing taste, and can be served hot with or without milk or sugar. It can be used to make iced tea.
Tea made in India and China Blended and Packaged in the UK or USA to our recipe

Assam Borengajulie

From Mangaldai region of North East India Malty with a jammy-like flavor – pungent 2nd flush Assam.

Darjeeling Tea

Only the finest Darjeeling tea in selected for this product. This tea is light yet has a distrintive fragrant taste. Darjeeling is regarded by many as the “Champagne of Teas. We recommend this tea be served hot without milk or sugar.
Tea made in India Packaged in the UK or USA

Earl Grey Cream Tea

Earl Grey tea mellowed with a delicious creamy taste. If you are an Earl Grey lover you have found a new vice!

Double Bergamot Earl Grey Tea

NEW! We now offer a Double Bergamot Earl Grey Tea, for those who like a stronger taste of citrus. We also offer our standard Earl Grey with a more subtle citrus flavor.

This Earl Grey tea is a blend of Indian and Ceylon teas. The tea gets its unusual flavor from oil of BERGAMOT. Bergamot is a small acidic orange. The latest research indicates that the Bergamot orange is a cross between the sweet or pear lemon (Citrus Limetta) and the Seville or sour orange (Citrus Aurantium). The sour orange is native to southern Vietnam, hence the Chinese connection.
This tea has a light refreshing taste, and can be served hot with or without milk or sugar. It can be used to make iced tea.
Our teabags are English style, without strings and tags and have 3.1 g of tea. This is 50% more tea than US style string and tag teabags.
Earl Grey tea was named after Charles Grey, the second earl in his line. He was Prime Minister to King William IV in the early 19th century. The legend is that the Earl was given the recipe by a Chinese mandarin with whom he was friends, and whose life he had saved.
Tea made in India and China Blended and Packaged in the UK or USA to our recipe.

English Breakfast Tea Blend No. 2

A perfect breakfast tea with a good body and full tea flavour notes. Coppery bright especially enticing with milk.

This is a very nice English breakfast blend. It’s smooth, clean, slightly malty, and tastes nice weak or strong. It’s also difficult to oversteep, which is always a plus in my book. I even committed the unthinkable sin and reheated my cup in the microwave after it cooled, and it was just as delicious as when it was fresh, not even slightly bitter. I prefer a slightly more flavorful breakfast tea, such as the Highlander Blend, but this is perfectly lovely for afternoon or a quiet morning. I would purchase this tea again.

Ceylon Green Tea

A smooth and satisfying green tea with all the subtle character of a full-bodied black ceylon.

China Jasmine Green Tea

A green tea with a surprising body and the captivating character of jasmine.

Gunpowder Green Tea

This is a stronger green tea from China with a distinctive nutty / oak taste. It makes a darker green color tea.

Legend has it that the name Gunpowder was given by an young English clerk who thought the tiny rolled green balls looked like gunpowder. The tea leaves are specially selected for quality, size and style. They are then rolled into very small tight nuggets. Gunpowder tea keeps a lot longer than other green teas and is favored because of this characteristic. Chinese exporters recommend gunpowder for iced tea flavored with lemon and sugar. Gunpowder tea is also very popular in Morocco where the leaves are boiled and mint and sugar are added.

Our teabags are English style, without strings and tags and have 3.1 g of tea. This is 50% more tea than US style string and tag teabags.
Chinese researchers have found that gunpowder tea is high in fluoride and known to reduce cavities. They say that a human body requires 1-2 milligrams of fluoride a day. Ten grams of gunpowder tea (enough to make 3 cups of strong tea) can supply this amount.
Tea made in China Packaged in the USA.

Blackcurrant Herbal Tea

This is a naturally caffeine free drink made from the leaves and fruit of the blackcurrant bush. The taste is an explosion of berry, and the drink has a dark purple color. We recommend this tea be served hot with sugar. It also makes a very refreshing iced drink.
Contents 50 tea bags net weight 4 oz

Tea made in Germany Packaged in the UK or USA

Chamomile Herbal

This is a naturally caffeine free tea made from the leaves of a European flower. Only the finest Camomile from is selected for this tea. The taste is light and fragrant. We recommend this tea be served hot with a little honey. Many consider that Camomile has calming and relaxing powers, and so it makes an ideal bedtime drink.

Tea made in Egypt and / or Argentina Packaged in the UK.

Peppermint Tea

Our peppermint comes from the northwestern United States. Peppermint is a herb and contains no caffeine. Quite often peppermint is consumed after meals as the oils stimulate the flow of bile to the stomach and helps relieve gas pains. Additionally, it has been reported and written that peppermint sweetens the breath and calms the digestive system, plus it helps heartburn, stomach ache and nausea. An interesting and tingling way to use peppermint is to place a handful of peppermint leaves in your bath water which will lower your body temperature – perfect for cooling fevered skin or after working on a hot summer?s day.
Contents 50 teabags net weight 4 oz Tea product of US, packaged in UK or USA

Assam Tea

Only the finest Assam tea is selected for this product. This is a strong tea, and makes a great start to the day. Our pure Assam tea has a deep bronze color and strong malty flavor. It is very refreshing drink for any time of day. We recommend this tea be served hot with milk and a little sugar, but it is also delicious served with lemon or it can be used to make iced tea.

Tea made in India Packaged in the UK or USA

Margaret’s Hope Darjeeling Tea

This second flush tea has a lovely muscatel flavor with delicious astringency.

Highlander Blend

Malty full bodied tea, especially created for that afternoon at the fairmont.

Irish Breakfast

A very robust tea, with plenty of kenya and assam. This is a stronger tea, makes a great start to the day.

Irish Breakfast CO2 Decaffeinated

A very robust tea, with plenty of kenya and assam. Makes a great start to the day.

The CO2 Decaffeinating process uses highly pressurized carbon dioxide. There are no residual chemicals and the process has little effect on the flavor and the other benefits that tea has to offer.

St. Paul’s London Breakfast

Full malty flavor with hints of Earl Grey. For the perfect London morning ‘cuppa’.

Lemon Flavored Black Tea

Great as a summertime treat, our Lemon Black Tea delivers a fresh lemon character that cleanses the palate. Combined with a refreshing medium black tea, the natural lemon flavor of this tea is great with a little sugar, and is absolutely stunning iced.

Mango Flavored Black Tea

Our own custom Mango blend, this Mango Black tea boasts intense mango flavor, and will have you thinking of sunny tropical beaches in no time! This tea is stunning iced.

For this tea, natural mango flavor is combined with medium black teas to give it its distinctive flavor.

Maple Flavored Black Tea

A sweet tea that will have you dreaming of pancakes dripping with syrup, our Maple Black Tea delivers extreme maple taste with a quality black tea. Paired with a little sugar, this tea is absolutely outstanding!

Peach-Apricot Flavored Black Tea

These quality flavored black tea teabags combine a refreshing, medium black tea with the natural flavors of delicate peach and apricot. Perfect with just a touch of sugar, this delightful Peach Apricot blend is one of our customer’s favorites!

Raspberry Flavored Black Tea

A long time favorite, our Raspberry Naturally Flavored Black Tea is best taken with a little sugar to accentuate the decadent raspberry flavor. Full of raspberry character, this tea is also wonderful iced.

This is a naturally flavored black tea. We use natural high grown Ceylon tea from estates at more than 5500 feet above sea level. We add natural flavor to give a clean true taste with no chemical aftertaste.

Vanilla Flavored Black Tea

A tea that’ll deliver a cup of decadence is our Vanilla Naturally Flavored Black Tea. Warm vanilla is paired with a lovely cream character to deliver a wonderful cup. Try it with a dash of sugar to bring out the sweet flavor.

Holiday Spiced Flavored Black Tea

These quality flavored black tea teabags combine a refreshing, medium black tea with the natural flavors of cinnamon, orange, and clove. A favorite of many of our customers, our Holiday Spiced is available year-round. Try it with a little sugar and milk for a wonderful taste experience!

Monk’s Blend Flavored Black Tea

A very flavorful tea that’s absolutely delicious served hot, our Monk’s Blend Black Tea delivers a dramatic combination of grenadine and vanilla flavor. This tea is also wonderful iced.

This is a naturally flavored black tea. We use natural high grown Ceylon tea from estates at more than 5500 feet above sea level. We add natural flavor to give a clean true taste with no chemical aftertaste.

Peach Flavored Black Tea

Our Peach Black Tea combines high grown Ceylon teas with a wonderful, yet delicate peach flavor. Enjoy this delightful blend hot with a bit of sugar, or over ice for an intense iced tea experience!

Darjeeling Mim

The tea has a distinctive ‘Muscatel’ character, with a hint of currant and an almost whine-like taste.

Earl Grey CO2 Decaffeinated

Great taste and aroma, with natural oil of bergamot.

The CO2 decaffeinating process uses highly pressurized carbon dioxide. There are no residual chemicals and the process has little effect on the flavor and the other benefits that tea has to offer.

English Breakfast Tea Blend No. 2 CO2 Decaff

A perfect breakfast tea with a good body and full tea flavour notes. Coppery bright especially enticing with milk.
This is a very nice English breakfast blend. It’s smooth, clean, slightly malty, and tastes nice weak or strong. It’s also difficult to oversteep, which is always a plus in my book. I even committed the unthinkable sin and reheated my cup in the microwave after it cooled, and it was just as delicious as when it was fresh, not even slightly bitter. I prefer a slightly more flavorful breakfast tea, such as the Highlander Blend, but this is perfectly lovely for afternoon or a quiet morning. I would purchase this tea again.

Sencha Japanese

A very popular light smooth green tea from Japan. this tea is often used in japanese tea ceremonies.
Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose Festival

A blend of high quality green tea with sweet cherry and morning rose flavor.

Kenmare Ceylon

Well made leaf with “bloom” yields a flavory astringent cup. The best of Ceylon Teas.

Keemun Panda

A winey, fruity tea with depth and complexity. Takes milk well. Makes a bright and reddish brew.
Of all the China black teas available Keemun Panda #1 is probably one of the best known. Keemun is one of the congou-type teas; meaning it requires a great deal of gongfu, (disciplined skill) to make into fine taut strips without breaking the leaves. Interestingly the characters in the written Chinese script for time and labor are the same as those used for ?gongfu?. It is often said that a properly produced Keemun such as Panda #1 is one of the finest teas in the world with a complex aromatic and penetrating character often compared to burgundy wines. Traditionally keemuns were used in English Breakfast tea.

Keemun is one the best-keeping black teas. Fine specimens will keep for years if stored properly and take on a mellow winey character.
The name Keemun comes from Qimen county in southern Anhui province, where almost all the mountains are covered with tea bushes. Qimen county produced only green tea until the mid 1870?s. Around that time a young man in the civil service lost his job. Despite being totally heartbroken and completely embarrassed by his shame, he remembered what his father told him – ?A skill is a better guarantor of a living than precarious officialdom?. Following this advice, the young man packed up his courage and his bags to travel to Fujian Province to learn the secrets of black tea manufacturing. Upon his return to Qimen in 1875 he set up three factories to produce black tea. The black tea method was perfectly suited to the tea leaves produced in this warm moist climate with well drained sandy soil. Before long, the superb flavor of Keemuns became very popular around the world.

White Tea

This white tea produces an amber brew, and has a jammy / malty taste closer to medium black tea than green tea. This tea proved very popular with our test group of tea drinkers, even converting some from long time favorites like English Breakfast and Earl Grey. With a great taste and 3 times more antioxidants compared to black or green tea, this tea is really worth a try!

This tea is made from Pai Mu Tan white tea, which is the highest grade of white tea available before one enters the stratosphere in pricing for white teas such as Peony White Needle Tea. Pai Mu Tan leaves are plucked from a special varietal tea bush called Narcissus or chaicha bushes. The leaves are not steamed or pan-fired (the process used in green teas). The leaves are naturally withered and dried in the sun. Thirdly only special ?two leaves and a bud? are selected. These leaves must show a very light green almost gray white color and be covered with velvet peach fuzz down.