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Estero Bay Olive Oil & Tea

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75-85 min
23191 Fashion Dr (NaN mi)
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Monday
11:00 AM-7:00 PM
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Balsamic

18 Yr Traditional Dark Balsamic

For the purists, we offer our finest aged balsamic vinegar from modena, italy. Aged up to 18 years, using the solera method, this rich ,dark balsamic can be used as a dessert topping, a salad dressing base, or an every day condiment!
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A-Premium Dark Balsamic

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Black Cherry Dark Balsamic

Rich and sweet natural black cherry concentrate and other natural flavorings are combined with aged balsamic vinegar to produce a sweet, fragrant and very rich tasting product that has garnered rave reviews from our gourmet customers. Enjoy on salads that feature cheeses like feta or bleu, or over orange and onion sicilian salad. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional solera method and comes from modena, italy
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Black Currant Dark Balsamic

Balsamic condiment is naturally flavored with floral, sweet, black currant in this rich, unique balsamic condimento. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and PGI certified to come from Modena, Italy.
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Black Mission Fig Dark Balsamic

Made with natural ingredients, our aged fig balsamic vinegar from Modena is thick and ripe, bursting with fig flavor. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and PGI certified to come from Modena, Italy.
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Blackberry Ginger Dark Balsamic

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Champagne Dark Balsamic

Our champagne-dark balsamic vinegar is complex and rich. It owes its depth of flavor to solera aged dark balsamic vinegar from modena which is blended with sparkling white french champagne vinegar. With an acidity of 6%, it adds a delightfully tart kick to many applications such as vinaigrettes, marinades and sauces.
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Cinnamon Pear Dark Balsamic

It has the unique taste of d’anjou pear, and it matches well with many of our sweeter, fruity oils for a delicious marinade or salad dressing and is perfect drizzled over fresh fruit or as a dessert topping. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional solera method and pgi certified to come from modena, italy.
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Dark Chocolate Dark Balsamic

This dark chocolate balsamic is rich, thick and resounds with the complexity of three different chocolates responsible for the depth of its flavor. Drizzle over vanilla gelato, mix with fresh berries or add zing to your chicken mole sauce. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional solera method and comes from modena, italy
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Denissimo 25 Year

Our denissimo is made from Trebbiano grape must which is naturally caramelized and cooked down to an even greater extent, and aged for even longer in the traditional “batteria” of modena. Our exclusive “denissimo” contains less than 1% barrel-aged Italian red wine vinegar for pro-biotic effect, and slowly ages in five different casks comprised of mulberry, ash, oak, juniper, and cherry wood. This exquisite and exceedingly rare 1.36 density balsamic is extremely complex boasting flavor notes of cherry wood, dried fruits, raisins, figs, along with hints of dark chocolate and malt. Serve with your finest cheese plate, drizzle over melon or berries, use as a finishing glaze for roasted meats or poultry, adorn your grilled vegetables, make your desserts swoon. There isn’t any culinary application in which this balsamic won’t shine.
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Espresso Dark Balsamic

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Lavender Dark Balsamic

Floral, sweet and slightly herbaceous, this balsamic captures the essence of this ancient flower. The delicate herb flavor of this balsamic makes it a perfect compliment to chicken, potatoes and green vegetables. Interesting when paired with Garlic olive oil. Chef Suggested Pairings: Herbs De Provence Olive Oil, Persian Lime Olive Oil or Garlic Olive Oil.
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Neapolitan Herb Dark Balsamic

Zesty and savory, our Neapolitan Herb Dark Balsamic has just the right amount of acidity to shine in a multitude of culinary applications. Made from traditional herbs long used in Neapolitan cuisine including rosemary, marjoram, sage, thyme, garlic and sage. It will boost your next salad, marinade or BBQ to the next level. And as always....all natural, no artificial flavors, no thickeners, no added sugar, no caramel color or dyes whatsoever!
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Pomegranate Dark Balsamic

The intense sweet-tart flavor of the pomegranate is a perfect match for hearty meats like lamb and duck. It makes an exciting dressing whisked with your favorite oil, pomegranate seeds, toasted nuts and feta cheese. It adds depth to pan sauces, braised meats or compotes. Drizzle over poached fruits and ice cream for an elegant and easy dessert.
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Raspberry Dark Balsamic

The condiment oozes with the natural flavor of fresh, ripe raspberries. Both sweet and tart, it’s perfect tossed with mixed salad greens and a little Feta cheese. Also, enjoy paired with one of our flavored oils or as a marinade or glaze for pork or chicken. Balsamic Vinegar Condimento Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and comes from Modena, Italy.
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Red Apple Dark Balsamic

This balsamic has an enticing aroma and a delicate, sweet apple flavor, fruitier than most balsamic vinegars. It’s a wonderful way of adding aroma and taste to compliment any dish. It adds a refreshing lift to salads, sauces, chutney’s and vegetables. It is amazing drizzled on pork, chicken or fish. Mix equally with our Toasted Almond Oil and shake well, for a knock-out vinaigrette dressing.
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Strawberry Dark Balsamic

Our Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar is the result of adding natural essence of strawberry to our balsamic. Use as a vinegar, or try as a condiment on dessert dishes such as fruit medleys or on a super premium vanilla ice cream. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and comes from Modena, Italy.
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Tangerine Dark Balsamic

This flavored Balsalmic Vinegar is made with whole fruit tangerine essence added. Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and comes from Modena, Italy.
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Vanilla Dark Balsamic

Sultry, fragrant tahitian vanilla beans are married with our aged balsamic condimento. The resulting collaboration is intoxicating as it is exotic. Try with fresh strawberries or drizzled over a warm brownie. Suggested chef pairings: blood orange olive oil, roasted almond oil or persian lime olive oil.
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Vermont Maple Dark Balsamic

Using real 100% pure maple produced at a small family farm in vermont. This balsamic is unique and fantastic. One of our best sellers! Think pancakes, waffles, glazing bacon, pork chops, ice cream, dressings, marinades, chocolate cake, fruit, and whatever meets your fancy. Suggested chef pairings: roasted walnut oil, butter olive oil or blood orange olive oil.
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Wild Blueberry Dark Balsamic

Just as wonderful over garden salad as it is over fruit salad. When paired with delicate extra virgin oil such as Arbequina, the intense blueberry flavor will shine. Also fantastic with our Orange or Lemon olive oils. Pairs well with Bleu and Feta cheeses.Our naturally flavored balsamic condimento is aged in the traditional Solera Method and PGI certified to come from Modena, Italy.
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A-Premium White Balsamic

Made with white trebbiano grape must, our white balsamic undergoes the cooking and barrel aging process of balsamic vinegar of modena however it is not caramelized. The result is a crisp, tart vinegar with a touch of sweetness. Extremely adaptable, it can be used with any e.v.o.o., as well as with our flavored oils.
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Alfoos Mango White Balsamic

Our alfoos mango white balsamic condimento pairs exquisitely with our persian lime olive oil. also fantastic with shrimp, scallops, salad and in salsas for a tropical, sweet-tart twist! The alfoos mango cultivar is considered by many to be one of the best in terms of sweetness, richness and flavor.
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Blenheim Apricot White Balsamic

This white balsamic vinegar condimento has an intensely aromatic aroma of honeysuckle and picked with a faint green tinge. We’ve married this with our aged white balsamic condimento. The resulting collaboration is intoxicating as it is crisp and tart. Great with grilled chicken, as a glaze or served with cheese. Pairing recommendation: roasted almond oil or portuguese picual evoo!
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Cara-Cara Orange Vanilla White Balsamic

This all natural confectionery white balsamic condimento is made from authentic white balsamic aged for up to 12 years in modena, italy. Creamy, sultry, pure madagascar vanilla and the bright citrus of cara cara oranges combine to delight the senses. Pair with fine chocolate, drizzle over fruit salad, in sparkling water, mixed drinks, or over yogurt and vanilla ice cream. It pairs well with the fruity notes typically found in ultra premium koroneiki extra virgin olive oil, and is also excellent blended with the organic, all natural butter olive oil. use this complex heart healthy combination over oatmeal, cooked whole grain cereal, pancakes, or in salads.
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Cascadian Wild Raspberry

Juicy, tart raspberry and luscious white balsamic come together in this bright, versatile infused balsamic. Use it in shrubs, mixed cocktails, as glaze or make a marinade for poultry, in wilted spinach salad, over fresh cut fruit, to glaze salmon, and much, much more! Pairs well with lemon olive oil, orange olive oil, persian lime olive oil, gremolata olive oil, garlic olive oil, baklouti olive oil or any up extra virgin olive oil.
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Coconut White Balsamic

For a tasty exotic treat, drizzle over pineapple, blueberries and strawberries. This balsamic from modena, italy transforms a simple dish into ambrosia or a sweet and sour. Don’t underestimate this balsamic for a superb drizzle over grilled chicken or shrimp.
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Cranberry Pear White Balsamic

The white balsamic vinegar condimento has an amazingly fruity, complex bouquet that shines in a multitude of culinary applications. Use to dress fruit or vegetable salads, as a marinade, a glaze for poultry, with gelatin for a delicious fruit aspic or even in a mixed drink!
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Golden Pineapple White Balsamic

Our golden pineapple balsamic from modena, italy is sweet and tart with the heady aroma of fresh ripe pineapple. This amazing, zesty balsamic is the perfect complement to fruit salads and fresh berries. It adds substantial flavor without discoloring salads. Try pairing with soy sauce, ginger and our garlic extra virgin olive oil for an amazing marinade.
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Grapefruit White Balsamic

Made with ultra premium certified white balsamic, our grapefruit balsamic vinegar sparkles with a crisp, clean citrus flavor. It has a perfect balance of acidity and natural sweetness. Try this lovely balsamic in dressings, marinades, with seafood, paired with fennel, as a glaze for poultry, or try a tablespoon added to sparkling water. It makes a show-stopping white balsamic grapefruit granita!
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Gravenstein Apple White Balsamic

The gravenstein apple is an incredibly hard to find varietal due to the difficulty farmers have cultivating it. in addition to contending with a very finicky tree, it’s also not an apple that travels or stores well so it is best enjoyed during its relatively short season and isn’t typically shipped far. it’s grown in pockets up the coast of northern california and prized for its amazing ambrosia perfume, and crisp, sweet-tart cream colored flesh. Our gravenstein apple white balsamic marries the complexity of the gravenstein’s larger than life flavor with our well balanced ultra premium white balsamic vinegar from italy for a delectable culinary symphony.
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Honey Ginger White Balsamic

Honey and ginger balance perfectly with the moderate, natural acidity of our white balsamic vinegar. Pairing recommendations: this white balsamic vinegar condimento is superlative when paired with our persian lime extra virgin olive oil and positively shines with our japanese toasted sesame oil! Mix an amazing marinade with the vinegar, toasted sesame oil, our garlic extra virgin olive oil and soy sauce.
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Jalapeño White Balsamic

Sweet, spicy and tart, like you would expect from this chili-infused condiment. Use this to light up your marinades, splash in a ceviche, spice up a salsa or blend into dressings to top fruits.
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Key Lime White Balsamic

Use our sweet, floral key lime white balsamic in shrubs, marinades, mixed cocktails, pickles, over berries or cut up fruit. Makes a wonderful glaze or addition to marinades and dressings. Excellent when mixed with sparkling water for a refreshing, crisp beverage. Use to glaze poultry, seafood, vegetables, pork, and much more! Pairs well with lime olive oil, lemon olive oil, blood orange olive oil, garlic olive oil, gremolata olive oil, olive wood smoked olive oil, toasted almond oil, toasted sesame oil, mandarin olive oil, baklouti olive oil, and any up extra virgin olive oil.
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Lemongrass Mint White Balsamic

Our thai lemongrass-mint white balsamic from modena, italy is tart, crisp, clean and absolutely delicious. The natural flavors of thai lemongrass and mint cooperate beautifully and make a dazzling base for marinades and dressings. For a taste explosion, add diced fresh, hot thai chilies and cilantro.
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Oregano White Balsamic

This is a sharp white balsamic vinegar from modena, italy, infused with the exquisite flavor of oregano to produce a classic mediterranean flavor. It’s a perfect compliment to a wide variety of oils and will create superb vinaigrettes. This balsamic can also stand alone on any salad. Use as a marinade for chicken and fish as well
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Pomegranate Quince White Balsamic

This all natural, ruby jewel-toned white balsamic owes its tart, crisp flavor to juicy california grenada pomegranates and floral winter quince. It’s made from authentic white balsamic condimento, aged for up to 12 years in modena, italy. It pairs beautifully with our blood orange agrumato olive oil, persian lime olive oil, and fruitier extra virgin olive oils such as hojiblanca, and picual. Use in dressings, marinades, as a glaze for chicken or pork, in sparkling water, mixed drinks, over fresh fruit, or paired with salty aged cheese.
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Ripe Peach White Balsamic

Delicious peach flavor! Made with white trebbiano grape must, our white peach balsamic undergoes the cooking and barrel aging process of balsamic vinegar of modena but is not caramelized; therefore, it retains its white color. The result is crisp vinegar with a touch of sweetness reminiscent of handcrafted vinegars from northern italy.
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Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic

Sicilian lemon white balsamic has a perfectly balance acidity and a crisp, lemon flavor and aroma. Fabulous with seafood, in dressings or in mixed drinks. Pairing recommendations: roasted sesame oil for a fantastic salad dressing or marinade!
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Barrel Aged Red Wine Vinegar

With a complex nose boasting oak and spice, our barrel aged red wine vinegar is robust and rich with a pleasing zing. Great for those looking for a tart accompaniment to salads. Perfect for deglazing pans, vegetable salads, beets, dressings, pork and chicken.
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Champagne Wine Vinegar

When you first taste our champagne white wine vinegar, you’ll instantly fall in love with its smooth and elegant flavor. That’s due in part to the way in which it is produced. Unlike other "champagne" vinegars, this one never undergoes a pasteurization process. By eliminating this step, the vinegar possesses a lovely, rich base. Imported from the champagne region of france, this vinegar is a divine ingredient in salads, or try in homemade mayonnaise; simply whisk with extra virgin olive oil, eggs* and mustard.
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Organic Red Wine Vinegar

With an acidity of 6%, our Organic Red Wine Vinegar is blended from the finest Italian red wines, Lambrusco and Trebbiano, both of which are made from the highest quality grape varieties grown in Italy. It’s then aged slowly for more than ten years in white Italian oak barrels, without added sulfites, producing a full-bodied vinegar with exceptional flavor. The wine is converted to vinegar using a slow, natural fermentation. The finished product is a premium, natural, barrel-aged vinegar with a robust flavor. All Natural, No artificial flavors or additional ingredients.
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Pinot Noir Wine Vinegar

​woody and spicy on the nose, our deep ruby red, barrel-aged pinot noir vinegar is robust and rich. Its lively character is absolutely amazing in vinaigrette, pickles, marinades & dressings.
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Serrano Honey Vinegar

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Sherry Reserva Wine Vinegar

This is one of Doug's favorite gourmet wine vinegars! From Jerez, Spain and made in the traditional Solera system, our Sherry Reserva 25 year aged Wine Vinegar, has a true sherry flavor that can only come from cask-aging. This fine Spanish vinegar is fabulous in reduction sauces, glazes and whenever strength and depth of flavor is desired.
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Olive Oil

South African Favolosa

The harsh South African climate encourages the olive trees to produce more protective antioxidants. Our highest phenol olive oil in the collection, this early harvest Favolosa has a beautiful, grassy bouquet and is intensely aromatic. Pleasant bitterness compliments this complex but balanced oil which has notes of dry grass, green olive, and a high fruitiness score - An excellent example of the Italian Variety.
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Organic California Koroneiki

This organically certified California Koroneiki displays notes of green banana, herbaceous dandelion greens and a nice peppery finish.
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Greek Athinolia

Fragrant, malty & creamy with notes of dried herbs and pine nut. This is an extremely early harvest example from Greece, harvested in early November; this variety matures slowly and is typically collected in late December through January.
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Organic Tunisian Chetoui

This high phenol Organic Chetouti – Denocciolato (de-pitted method) is a beautiful unique Robust oil. It is lacking the bitterness that you would typically associate with high phenol oils. It truly a delightful oil made with this uncommon olive variety. It has incredible fruitiness and a super clean finish.
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Portuguese Chiquitita

A new cultivar originating only recently in spain in 1991, the chiquitita is a cross between the iconic spanish picual and arbequina varieties. Ours is sweet, mild, delicate and creamy, with almond notes, no bitterness, and a delightful fruity finish. It has one of the lowest ffa scores we’ve ever seen!
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Sicilian Biancolilla

Biancolilla is a native cultivar of sicily, this biancolilla has pleasant malty and artichoke notes. It is creamy and savory with low bitterness and a delicate peppery finish.
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Olive Wood Smoked Olive Oil

Savory notes of smoky olive wood are infused with the highest quality, fresh extra virgin olive oil to make our olive wood smoked olive oil. our smoked olive oil is all natural with no artificial ingredients, preservatives or refined carrier oils! The flavor of olive wood smoke is close to that of oak wood smoke. In andalusia, spain, olive wood is commonly used for grilling fish, poultry, meats and vegetables. Use in potato salad, marinades, over poultry, in sauces such as bbq sauce, brushed on grilled meats, with vegetables and even pasta. Pairs well with sicilian lemon white balsamic, pomegranate balsamic, neapolitan herb balsamic and jalapeno white balsamic.
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Dill Olive Oil

Made with certified ultra premium extra virgin olive oil, this highly aromatic, vibrant infused olive oil is a must-have as a mediterranean culinary staple. We recommend using it in dressings, marinades, with cucumbers, chopped salads, drizzled over spinach, fish, green beans, poultry, in soups, egg dishes, creamy sauces, aioli or olive oil-based mayonnaise, for making tartar sauce, potato dishes, roasted and fresh vegetables, braised white beans, or for baking delectable herb bread. It pairs beautifully with the sicilian lemon white balsamic, oregano white balsamic, traditional style balsamic condimento, pomegranate dark balsamic condimento, and champagne vinegar, to name a few.
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Blood Orange Olive Oil

As the Blood Oranges and Tunisian olives ripen, we press them together to form this (Agrumato) or combination of whole, fresh citrus fruits crushed with olives. Our Whole Fruit Blood Orange is exceedingly versatile; use it on fish and seafood, chicken, fruit, salads and much more. Pairing Recommendations: blend with our Cranberry-Pear White Balsamic Vinegar for a lively, tart vinaigrette.
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Garlic Olive Oil

Since garlic and olive oil are almost always used together in Mediterranean cooking, you can use this in just about anything. Great to mix in with Pasta or mashed potatoes, to drizzle on steaks before grilling or to just dip bread.
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Persian Lime Olive Oil

Sweet persian limes and late harvest tunisian chemali olives are crushed together to create a fusion of flavors that is far superior to blended olive oils. Notes: sweet but subtle flavors with fragrant citrus character will make fish, fowl, and salads taste amazing. Outstanding when paired with our honey ginger white balsamic vinegar.
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Eureka Lemon Olive Oil

Our Lemon Fused Olive Oil is produced by pressing whole, fresh lemons together with late harvest olives at the time of crush. Its light, refreshing flavor is just perfect to sauté shrimp or scallops in or to drizzle on chicken or fish.
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Basil Olive Oil

Fresh, green and herbal. Basil and olive oil are two integral ingredients in Mediterranean cooking and it was just obvious to us that the two would be wonderful together. Notes: Try it on a summer salad or caprice and let your taste buds travel to the shores of the Mediterranean. Pairing Recommendations: Pomegranate Balsamic vinegar and let your taste buds travel to the shores of the Mediterranean.
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Butter Olive Oil

This creamy olive oil is naturally infused with the rich flavor of butter. Use this golden, vegetarian, dairy free olive oil as a butter substitute in baking or anywhere you might use melted butter including: over hot popcorn, with seafood i.e. crab or shrimp, to dip bread in, over pasta, mashed potatoes, or rice.
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Harissa Olive Oil

Most popular in North Africa and the Middle East, Harissa is made with Chili Peppers (often smoked), Garlic, Caraway, Coriander and Cumin, which are pounded into a paste and left overnight to develop their flavors. We’ve added more peppers to this by popular demand. This infused oil is made from premium, ultra-fresh, extra virgin olive oil from our collection blended in small, artisan batches with organic, 100% natural flavors.
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Baklouti Green Chili Olive Oil

From the barbary coast of north africa, this tunisian baklouti pepper is rare and unique to this region. This fused oil is the only example of this fruity and spicy green chili olive oil in the world. Baklouti chili olive oil is made by combining fresh, early harvest organic olives with an almost equal ratio of fresh, whole green baklouti chilies. The two, and only two, ingredients are then crushed together, mixed in the malaxer which fuses the fresh green essential oil of the pepper with the organic olive oil. baklouti adds a savory, tantalizing kick to salsas, marinades, soups, grilled foods, vegetables and more. Caution: very hot!!
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Wild Mushroom & Sage Olive Oil

Infused oil – the result is a sumptuous, savory experience. Try drizzled over cream of mushroom soup, on risotto, stuffing and aioli. Let this oil take your vegetables to a whole new level. Pairing recommendations: makes an inspired vinaigrette with our sicilian lemon white balsamic vinegar
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Rosemary Olive Oil

Made with fresh wild rosemary crushed with early harvest, fresh-picked, certified organic olives using 100% mechanical cold extraction methods. This fused herb oil embodies the heart and soul of rosemary. It is both complex and aromatic. Use anywhere rosemary might be used. Perfect with poultry, pork or lamb. Spectacular drizzled over sautéed vegetables, mind-blowing with roasted potatoes. Pairs well with the sicilian lemon white balsamic, oregano white balsamic, and pomegranate dark balsamic.
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Herbs De Provence Olive Oil

You will wonder how you ever cooked without it! Drizzle over grilled chicken, rub on turkey before roasting. Use for bread dipping, or in Aioli. It makes for a special treat over french fries, too. Organic Pairing Recommendations: Cinnamon Pear Balsamic vinegar for an unbelievable pork marinade or blended as vinaigrette with our Blood Orange Balsamic vinegar.
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Red Cayenne Chili Olive Oil

Fused red cayenne chili oil made exclusively by veronica foods at our organic mill in tunisia by crushing 12 pounds of fresh, whole , ripe cayenne chilies for each gallon (7.6 pounds) of 100% organic extra virgin olive oil. the oil and fresh chilies are fused for two hours before decanting and filtering. A little dab will do ya! Extremely hot!!! A little dab will do ya! Essential ingredients for all north african fare; harisa, couscous, seafood, relish, salsa, roasted lamb, chicken, bbq. aptly named, “chili-head heaven”.
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Chipotle Olive Oil

The smoky flavor of this chili-infused olive oil is great for marinating steaks and brushing on grilled chicken or seafood. Drizzle over vegetables or pizza for a spicy meal. Chipotle extra virgin olive oil is excellent dipping oil for artisan breads, finishing oil for soups, pasta or grain dishes, and a wonderful base for dressings and marinades. Try pairing with our whole blood orange extra virgin olive oil!
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Tuscan Herb Olive Oil

Infused oil – a savory blend of basil, rosemary, marjoram, flat leaf parsley, sun-dried tomatoes and garlic infused olive oil. tuscan herb olive oil will complement all salads, meats, and especially pasta dishes. This infused olive oil is great with poultry, seafood, and vegetables. Use it on everything from salad dressings to marinades. Sprinkle with grated parmigiano reggiano cheese and a few twists of freshly ground pepper for an irresistible bread dipper. Made from premium, ultra-fresh, extra virgin olive oil from our collection blended in small, artisan batches with organic, 100% natural flavors.
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Milanese Gremolata Olive Oil

Gremolata is a traditional italian herb condiment consisting of lemon zest, minced garlic, italian flat leaf parsley and a hint of mint. The herbs and citrus zest are typically crushed together in a mortar to release their pungent essential oils. Try this oil over fresh fish, osso buco, veal ,and slow-braised dishes to add a zip of flavor! Check our pairing list for delicious salad dressing creations!
$5.00
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Cilantro & Roasted Onion Olive Oil

Wonderful with sautéed vegetables, great as a marinade for meat fish and poultry. Pairing recommendations: honey ginger white balsamic vinegar condimento.
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French Walnut Oil

Our handcrafted, roasted walnut oil is made in saumur, france strictly following 150 year-old traditional methods. It adds a rich walnut taste to salad dressing, pasta, grilled meat, fresh baked pastries and makes a great bread dip. shake up with equal amounts of our red apple or blackberry-ginger balsamic vinegars for an unforgettable vinaigrette!
$6.00
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Greek Athinolia

Fragrant, malty & creamy with notes of dried herbs and pine nut. this is an extremely early harvest example from greece, harvested in early november; this variety matures slowly and is typically collected in late december through january.
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Black Truffle Oil

A connoisseur’s olive oil. if you like the flavor and aroma of black truffle, then you’ll love this oil. made in an artisan fashion, this infused olive oil is complex with an unmistakable intense black truffle flavor. This late fall, early winter savory specialty oil is fantastic in cream-based soups, risotto, popcorn, french fries or mashed potatoes!
$10.00
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Roasted Almond Oil

Our roasted almond oil is expeller-pressed and lightly filtered with an amazingly delicate nose and deep roasted flavor. Pair with the raspberry balsamic or lemon white balsamic condimento for an amazing vinaigrette.
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Toasted Sesame Oil

Our japanese dark toasted sesame oil is made from high quality sesame seeds roasted slowly under low temperature and then pressed in small batches in japan in the traditional style. It has tremendous depth of flavor and mouth-feel. Use with vegetables, in stir fry, baking, marinades, grilled meats, poultry, baking, hummus, dressings and spreads. Try paired with the honey ginger white balsamic, grapefruit white balsamic, honey serrano vinegar, or sicilian lemon white balsamic.
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White Truffle Oil

Pure olive oil – a little goes a long way, so use sparingly! Made in italy in an artisan fashion without the use of any extracts, this olive oil is smooth while having an unmistakable intense white truffle flavor. Makes a great finishing oil for many mediterranean dishes, in mashed potatoes, or try it drizzled on popcorn! It also makes an amazing aioli.
$10.00
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Highest Polyphenol Olive Oil

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Tea

Artisan Tea

Estero Perfect Tea Maker

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Jasmin Bai Mu Dan

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Jasmine Balls

The legend behind the creation of Jasmine Silver Balls is one of China's most romantic tales. One night, as we sipped our tea in the open air and gazed up at the stars, the wife of a tea grower told us the old story. It was early spring so the night sky was incredibly clear. She pointed toward two stars in particular and began. The first she pointed to was the brightest star in what Westerners call the Aquila constellation, known in China as the Cowherd. Next, we followed her finger across the Milky Way, in China the Silver River, until our eyes rested on a star known as the Weaving Maid. Before recorded time, the Weaving Maid was the seventh daughter of the mythical Jade Emperor. One day, the maid caught the eye of a passing cowherd and fell in love. The cowherd began visiting the maid as often as his duties permitted him and when he did the maid would put down her weaving and devote herself to his love. Over time, the love between the two saw them forsake their work all together. The Jade Emperor became angry that they should shirk their duties and decided to punish them in the form of banishment to opposite sides of the Silver River. The cowherd and the maid were devastated. In order to soften the blow the Emperor made one allowance. Every year on the seventh day of the seventh month of the Chinese lunar calendar, (Aug. 2) he would permit them to meet on a bridge over the River to hold each other for just one night. The wife of the tea grower explained that the legend came from the fact that on that night, these two stars do in fact come together high up in the heavens. She further explained that in homage to the two, Jasmine Silver Balls were created to represent the flowing stars of the Silver River that separated them, the Milky Way. It was quite a story. But then again, this is quite a tea. Each ball is made with spring production green leaf, only available for a few weeks per year, scented with fresh Jasmine. The long silvery leaves are carefully hand-tied in an intricate pattern that unfurls into a chrysanthemum like shape when infused. The resulting cup is at once light and profound with sweet notes of jasmine and wisps of fresh honey. Without question a tea your customers will fall in love with.
$24.00
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Fall - Winter Teas

Frosty Plum Spice

For many of us, when we hear the word "heirloom", we think of treasured pieces of antique furniture, well-worn gold watches or hand-me-down diamond rings. For others, tea lovers in particular, "heirloom" naturally forms part of the term "heirloom recipe", and takes on a much more gastronomical meaning. So, why are we talking about heirloom recipes? Good question. The answer is that this blend, Frosty Plum Spice, was created by the Master Blender in homage to an old family recipe passed down by his Dutch ancestors. Legend has it that his grandmother, or Oma, having grown up on an orchard back in the old country, developed a recipe for spiced plum tarts as a way to use up fruit leftover from market day in the nearby village.
$10.00
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German Gingerbread

How seriously does germany take its gingerbread? Seriously enough that in 1643, the city of nuremberg recognized the profession of baking gingerbread (known in german as lebkuchen), and created an official guild entitled the "league of lebkuchen bakers". Two years later, in 1645, the league went on to develop a code of strict guidelines commercial bakers had to follow in order to legally bake and sell their creations in local markets. Suffice it to say, they take their gingerbread extremely seriously.
$10.00
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Holiday Winter Spice

Sweeping blasts.O'ercast skies.Winter, you love it or you hate it. by the sounds of it, robert burns loved it every frozen minute of it. we can't say we feel the same way, but we do love spicy winter warm up beverages. On a freezing afternoon or evening, there's nothing like curling up in front of a roaring fire with your hands wrapped around a hot mug of spicy winter goodness. While these beverages have traditionally been wine based, we favor our black tea based winter spice blend. This fabulous blend of cinnamon, cloves, dried fruit, herbs and spices is sure to get your taste buds fired up and your mind dreaming of warmer climes. On the nose, delightful notes of thick spice delight while the cup offers cinnamon, pepper and hints of mild citrus. Joyless winter day?
$10.80
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Icewine Tea

Icewine.the nectar of winter. Or, should we say, nectar of the gods? What else could you possibly call a drink that goes for upwards of $250,000 per 350 ml (11.8 oz)? That's the price you'd have to pay for an ultra rare bottle of royal de maria, 2000 chardonnay icewine. Most icewines are priced well below that figure, but they still garner higher prices than traditional wines. Why? The grapes used to make the sweet dessert wine aren't pressed until they are frozen. As such, 1/5th the amount of grape juice is pressed from each frozen grape compared to the non-frozen variety. For vintners, a general rule of thumb is that each frozen grape will yield just one drop of icewine. The flavor of the finished product is divine. Depending on the varietal, the nose can offer notes of peach, pear, honey, dried apricot and green apple. In the glass, the flavor is a sumptuous combination of apricot, peach, mango, melon and other sweet fruits. This fabulous black tea blend uses real icewine to deliver all that fruity sweetness in a rich, round cuppa.
$9.00
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Mulled Spice

Is there anyone who does not know this wintry wine punch, which ensures so many sociable evenings? This tea blend is a real taste explosion thanks to the exceptional flavor composition. What makes this blend so special: the traditional flamed cone sugar, which slowly melts into delicious caramel. Pure exaltation!
$8.00
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Nutcracker

Proving that success doesn't always happen overnight, the Nutcracker, masterpiece of famed composer Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky garnered mostly negative reviews following its debut performance in St. Petersburg on the 18th of December, 1892. The performance, which stretched well past Midnight, was called "insipid", "lopsided" and "ponderous" by unimpressed Russian critics. Now, well more than a century later, the ballet is so well enjoyed that for many, the Christmas season simply isn't complete without taking in a performance.
$10.40
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Orange Spice

A very popular tea with a fragrant aroma accompanied by a light citrus taste of orange spice, which will warm up the coldest of winter nights or enhance an exotic sultry tropical evening. This tea also makes a warming morning energizer, as well as an afternoon, pick me up being tangy and vibrant. With ice this tea is a refreshing drink, with an exquisite combination of flavor and fragrance. This tea is definitely a special drink, which will rejuvenate your senses!
$7.90
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Black Tea

Apple Black Tea

Did you know that there are over 1000 varieties of apples grown in north america? It's true. Or, that even though we are accustomed to buying the same varieties of apples from supermarket to supermarket, in nature, no two apple trees produce genetically identical fruit. The genetic diversity of apple trees makes them extremely hardy and able to whether droughts, blight, and other natural environmental hazards. As for apple tea, did you know that it is considered by some to be the unofficial national drink of turkey? In that country, apple tea can be enjoyed literally just about anywhere. Whether you are waiting in a bus terminal, perusing carpets, or lounging in a park, you can be sure that you will be approached by an apple tea merchant. The merchants carry the tea in large metal carafes that hang over their backs and curl up over their shoulders like a tuba. The tea is served in small glass teacups with a cube or two of sugar and sipped on the spot. The acidity of apple makes it a natural fit with the astringency of a good black tea. brew a pot for yourself, add a dash of sugar, a splash of milk and savor the flavor - delicious!
$8.00
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Black Currant

Black currant is also known as cassis. It is both a propagated and wild grown berry which some claim originated in france. Cassis is a very popular beverage throughout europe, known for being aromatic in smell and in taste. This particular aspect of black currant is very evident on this tea. black currant gained notoriety in 1712 for its beneficial properties, which were published by the abbot bailly inferring that black currant was indeed an aphrodisiac and should be consumed with great care. On a hot summer day black currant quenches one's thirst very well.
$9.00
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Black Puerh Pie Kunming

14 oz/400 grams. Production of Puerh can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907). The exotic offering was first written about in the ancient treatise, "Book on Barbarians" published after a visit to ancient Yunnan province by a Tang government official. (Evidently the Imperialists didn't think too highly of the province's early inhabitants.) In it he writes, "The tea is yielded from the mountains beyond Yinsheng City and picked from scattered trees without processing. Barbarians of Mangshe drink tea by cooking it with pepper, ginger and cassia." While this form of Puerh was certainly different from the Puerh cakes more commonly known in today's world, archaeological records indicate that the same style of specialized leaf fermentation was being implemented, so the classification fits.
$55.00
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Blackberry

Premium black tea from sri lanka flavored with sweet blackberries. A wonderfully smooth treat, delectable both hot and cold. If you have yet to try gourmet blackberry tea, you'll be pleasantly surprised by its superior taste. Indulge your taste buds. Give our blackberry tea a try.
$7.90
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Blackberry - Maple Black Tea

The spicy black tea blend has found a strong partner in the juicy blackberry, which also puts an optic highlight to this blend owing to its intense colour. The taste of this tea blend is rounded off by brittle pieces, which add the special something.
$6.00
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Blood Orange Black Tea

No, blood oranges are not wounded oranges. They are however a mutated version of traditional oranges. The first blood oranges appeared in the sunny groves of sicily in the south of italy sometime during the 17th century. Legend there has it that the fruit was named after the blood spilled in the streets by local mafioso, the casa nostra, who ruled the streets of the italian province. Over the centuries the fruit gained popularity throughout italy - in fact, if you are ever in rome and order an orange juice, chances are it will have a delicious looking, deep red hue and be made from blood oranges. The flesh of the fruit itself, as its name infers, is deep red on the inside and is much juicier than that of regular oranges. Bite into a fresh blood orange and you'll also find that the taste is slightly sweeter than their more common counterparts. As a sweet all natural addition to our high-grown ceylon tea, the blood orange infuses pleasing citrus notes that help round out the natural astringency of the tea. brew yourself a pot, pour a cup, and toast the sun-drenched coast of sicily. As with most of our flavored teas, this one is superb when poured over ice. buon appetito!
$8.00
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Blueberry Black Tea

$7.90
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Caramel

$7.90
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Cherry

$7.90
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China Lichee Congou

$7.90
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Chocolate

$10.80
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Chocolate Mint

$7.90
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Earl Grey Cream

Earl grey is world renowned as a classic english tea - probably as famous as the tower bridge or big ben. if you are fan of earl grey and haven't tried cream earl grey yet, you're in for a treat. Cream earl grey has a taste that's smooth with vanilla overtones that stand out above the premium bergamot flavor - the signature taste of earl grey. This is a tea that would complement a royal meal or any another aristocratic occasion for that matter! One has to assume that charles grey himself (1764-1845) would have strongly approved of this delicacy.
$7.90
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Elegant Sleeve with 6 Tins

$45.00
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English Breakfast

Today the habit of tea drinking is inexorably linked to england despite the fact that the british were fairly late on the tea scene, in historical terms. Ironically the first mention of tea in english literature is a translation of a dutchman's travels to the east. Tea was first brought to england via holland on dutch ships. As tea grew to become an 'in' beverage, the british government became quite incensed that a nation as tiny as the netherlands could control the shipment of tea to the uk. in 1651 the british government passed the navigation acts, which forbade the importation of any products on non-british ships. Traders and dutchmen, being resourceful, continued the trade in the usual manner but for one little wrinkle - the tea was transshipped in holland onto british ships!
$7.90
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Frosty Plum Spice

For many of us, when we hear the word "heirloom", we think of treasured pieces of antique furniture, well-worn gold watches or hand-me-down diamond rings. For others, tea lovers in particular, "heirloom" naturally forms part of the term "heirloom recipe", and takes on a much more gastronomical meaning. So, why are we talking about heirloom recipes? Good question. The answer is that this blend, frosty plum spice, was created by the master blender in homage to an old family recipe passed down by his dutch ancestors. Legend has it that his grandmother, or oma, having grown up on an orchard back in the old country, developed a recipe for spiced plum tarts as a way to use up fruit leftover from market day in the nearby village.
$10.00
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Ginger

$7.90
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Ginger Peach

Here we have combined the Queen of spices with one of nature's most exotic fruits-namely the peach! The result is a delightful taste of peach with mild spice. A perfect mid morning tea! Also, as this tea offers a sweet and fanciful taste of Peach, seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger, it is exceptional over ice. Are you aware that it is said that peaches were first cultivated in China and that the peach had a mythical power in aiding immortality? The peach is a symbol of truth and purported to have great healing attributes. Ginger on the other hand is reported to have high antioxidant properties that make it a free radical scavenger. Combine the two and one has more than just a flavourful cup of tea!
$7.90
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Golden Monkey

Golden Monkey is sometimes referred to by the grower (because this tea is so good) as King of Panyong Congou. After a painstakingly labor intensive production process, this tea is hand sorted to ensure a beautiful leaf appearance. The leaves are curly, wiry and well twisted with a high percentage of tips evident. 'Tip' is the tip of the new shoots and during the manufacturing process these tips turn a gold brown. 'Tippy tea' is a leading indicator of exceptional quality, highly selective grading and usually only available in the first few weeks of the new season (New season teas have the most flavor, rarest and most eagerly sought by tea connoisseurs).
$19.50
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Golden Pu-Erh 5 Yrs

Golden Pu-erh has been aged for five years in a dark cave in Yunnan Province. This aging process in a relatively high humidity environment has mellowed the elemental character of the tea when compared to young Pu-erh (aged about 1 year). As with wine, young pu-erh is considered the least valuable whereas pu-erh 5 years or older is more highly prized. Interestingly the taste of pu-erh becomes more mellow with age and perhaps more acceptable to the western palate. Some consumers have recommended that pu-erh be blended with chrysanthemum florets to make the taste more acceptable. In fact this blend can be ordered in teahouses in southern China and Hong Kong. For Kambootcha lovers - Pu-erh is the main ingredient.
$15.18
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Hazelnut Vanilla

According to historical manuscripts, sweets made with hazelnuts and vanilla have been popular since the days of the roman empire and king arthur's ancient england - if you believe he existed! Prior to the meeting of both cultures however, hazelnuts and vanilla were consumed on their own. legend has it that the first time the two were combined was after a skirmish involving some knights of the round table and a contingent of roman expeditionary soldiers seeking to extend the borders of their empire. Owing to their superior weaponry, the romans took a number of knights captive. Among the items the romans confiscated from the knights was a sack of hazelnuts they carried as sustenance during long campaigns. As the story goes, the cook at the roman camp took one bite and realized that the nuts would compliment his store of vanilla perfectly. (roman cooks always traveled with a good stock of vanilla.) the knights, seeing a potential means of escape, bribed the cook by offering to come back with 5 sacks of the nuts, one for each man captured. The cook agreed and the rest as they say is culinary history. Over the centuries, the wonderfully nutty sweet flavor of hazelnut and vanilla has been used to create cookies, pastries, and breads in nearly every country in europe. In fact it was a european colleague of the master taster who initially conceived of this tea. we're certainly glad he did because the resulting blend is in a word, esculentus. (that's latin for delicious.) nutty, with fragrant flowery undertones, this tea is the perfect companion to a traditional european continental breakfast. Occupo! (that's latin for enjoy!)
$10.00
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Holiday Winter Spice

$10.80
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Icewine Tea

Icewine.the nectar of winter. Or, should we say, nectar of the gods? What else could you possibly call a drink that goes for upwards of $250,000 per 350 ml (11.8 oz)? That's the price you'd have to pay for an ultra rare bottle of royal de maria, 2000 chardonnay icewine. Most icewines are priced well below that figure, but they still garner higher prices than traditional wines. Why? The grapes used to make the sweet dessert wine aren't pressed until they are frozen. As such, 1/5th the amount of grape juice is pressed from each frozen grape compared to the non-frozen variety. For vintners, a general rule of thumb is that each frozen grape will yield just one drop of icewine. The flavor of the finished product is divine. Depending on the varietal, the nose can offer notes of peach, pear, honey, dried apricot and green apple. In the glass, the flavor is a sumptuous combination of apricot, peach, mango, melon and other sweet fruits. This fabulous black tea blend uses real icewine to deliver all that fruity sweetness in a rich, round cuppa.
$9.00
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Keemun Hoy Ya a Grade

Throughout the history of china, many poems and odes have been written to tea, from the cha chin by tang dynasty writer lu yu, to wen zhenheng's treatise on superfluous things, incense and tea, published during the ming dynasty. The ancient writers were inspired by the artistry and natural elegance of tea production, from the harvesting of the fresh leaf to the gentle baking and drying as it was transformed into its drinkable form. One such writer, gao qi, is rumored to have penned the following poem during a visit through anhui province many years ago not far from the site where our keemun hoa ya a is produced to this day.
$17.70
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Keemun Panda #1

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 on 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.
$7.90
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Lapsang Souchong

This special smoked tea has a distinctive flavor sometimes referred to as tarry, and is a special tea from fujian province. The fukienese word 'souchong' means sub variety - that is a sub variety of other black teas from the wuyi mountains of fujian. When lapsang souchong was first exported to western european countries and became famous on the international markets - it was no doubt due to the distinct aroma and flavor. Interestingly the best lapsang is produced in the nature preserve located in the wuyi mountains where the high mountains with thick pine forests and heavy mist provide the ideal environment for growing top quality tea.
$7.90
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Mango

$7.90
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Monk's Blend

Certainly a 'mysterious' blend despite being a delicious mixture of grenadine and vanilla. Perhaps first created by tibetan monks - infused with universal life energy, this tea is a perfect all day treat; sweet and toasty with a touch of dryness and a subtle bouquet. Originally, it is believed that this blend was developed by monks to support their life's desires, especially the work that they did all by hand. Tea is an item that these monks considered good for the soul. Franciscan monks used to drink this tea to keep them awake during long periods of meditation. It is fair to say that this is an ancient and harmonious blend, as it is also used by buddhist and taoist monks.
$9.00
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Monkey Picked Golden

Before brewing this tea we would like to offer a warning: prepare yourself for what may be the best cup of tea you've ever had in your life! Without word of a lie, this is a truly fabulous brew. The tea itself is grown in the mountainous growing region of hunan province, well known throughout china as the "tea country in the south." tea production is spread throughout the province with plantations and factories in almost every county, town, and village. Hunan province has been well known for centuries for producing some of china's finest teas - we're proud to offer this hand made monkey picked golden as one of the best examples of the quality this region has to offer.
$19.50
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Morning Sunshine

"Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful day". At least once you've had a cup of this tea it will be! Even the cloudiest of mornings can be brightened with the fabulous citrus character of this blend. We've also blended notes of passion fruit into the mix to help get a fresh start on your day. On winter mornings brew it hot and add a dash of milk to add a creamy character and help open up the flavor of the tea. On sultry summer mornings pour it over ice, add a dash of sugar, and cool yourself down after a long hot night. You'll find that the mélange of citrus and passion fruit adds a sweet flavor to our Ceylon tea and produces a tart undertone. Try a cup tomorrow morning and get up before the alarm clock - or the roosters!
$7.90
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Orange Spice

$7.90
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Organic Estero Ice Tea Blend

$7.00
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Passion Fruit

$10.80
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Peach

In the famous poem 'the love song of j. alfred prufrock', t.s. eliot wrote, 'do i dare to eat a peach?' the literary-minded folks here have taken it upon themselves to provide mr. eliot with an answer: why not just steep a cup of our bright ceylon black tea flavored with sweet peaches? Delightful peach-nectar fragrance, lingering floral aromas as you sip, pleasant astringency and 'peach fuzz' dryness. Simply peachy...
$7.90
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Peach Apricot Black Tea

Did you know that the tea you are holding is lucky? First of all, it's organic, so no pesticides or chemical fertilizers were used in its manufacture. Ok, that's the result of careful organic processes more than luck, but it's still a good thing! Secondly, peaches and apricots are both fruits that have been considered lucky by various cultures over the centuries.
$9.00
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Peach Lift

Is there any other fruit as bright and summer-y as the peach? The juicy fruit has been celebrated the world over for its fresh, sweet flavor. Vincent VanGogh, the famous painter of old, liked them so much he featured them in some of his paintings - most notably his work Pink Peach Trees painted in 1888. The people of Georgia like them so much that they made it their state fruit and celebrate them every year at the Georgia Peach Festival. This festival sees among its many attractions, the baking of the world's largest Peach Cobbler and the annual crowning of Miss Georgia Peach. (No doubt VanGogh, were he still alive, would have had her sit for a portrait!) But why the name Peach Lift? Well brew yourself a pot, pour a cup hot or over ice and we're sure you'll see what we mean!
$8.64
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Perfect Tea Spoon

$13.00
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Pineapple

The pineapple is native to southern brazil and paraguay. It was first discovered by a european in november, 1493, by christopher columbus, (is there anything he didn't discover?!) he brought some back to europe with him and the rest, as they say, is history. The pineapple came to be so coveted by european nobility for its sweet flavor and grand appearance that king charles ii of england once posed for an official portrait receiving one as a gift. Pineapples were a big hit in colonial america as well - but early americans appeared to prize the fruit more for its appearance than its taste. In some cases merchants even rented them by the day to southern matrons who would use them to decorate their tables - pineapples being highly regarded as important symbols of hospitality. Serve this fabulous tea to guests and carry on the tradition. A dash of sugar helps to bring out the natural sweetness of the fruit. Serve over ice for a real southern treat!
$8.00
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Pu - Erh Beeng Cha

In some remote villages of yunnan province, pu-erh beeng cha, the 7-layered teacake, holds a special place in local legend. In fact, it is apparently from one such village story that the fabled tea gets its colloquial name, qizi, or 7 sons. The ancient tale tells of the wife of a government official whose job it was to oversee the town's faltering tea industry. Over the years the couple had been blessed with 6 male offspring. They wanted to have a seventh child and hoped for a boy believing that the magic of such good fortune might help turn around the local economy.
$12.59
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Pu - Erh Fairytales

One of the five main types of tea (white, green, oolong and black being the others), pu'erh tea stands apart with its uncommonly soft earthy flavor and woodsy tones. Unlike all other teas, pu'erh (pronounced 'poo-err') is actually aged. The tea leaves go through a natural fermentation process before the tea is gently dried. This creates a cup with zero astringency and deep, rich body. Pu'erh is extraordinarily smooth and deeply refreshing. Our pu'erh poe (the shou variety of pu'erh) gives a clean, woodsy aroma, warm hay inside a barn, mushrooms and savory vegetables. Wilted flower notes and a faint dark chocolate texture. Mellow and grounding. If the flavor is too strong for you, simply dilute with water (which, interestingly, doesn't work for many other teas!) pu'erh is extremely versatile - you can steep it for as little as 30 second or 30 minutes, whatever pleases your palate. It won't get bitter and is great for multiple infusions.
$15.18
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Pumpkin Spice

If you live in the northern hemisphere then you know that there's nothing like taking a drive out into the country to look at the fall leaves in their vibrant autumn colors. Among the other seasonal offerings farmers turn out in roadside stalls throughout canada and the us at that time of year, the vegetable that usually garners the most attention are pumpkins. And if you are lucky enough to live anywhere near greene, rhode island you will understand why. you see, it was in greene that a pumpkin aficionado named ron wallace recently grew himself a world record breaking 2009 pounder! It that's not enough to get you to pull off the country road you're driving down we don't know what will.
$10.80
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Raspberry

Raspberries grow on a cane - were you aware of this fact? The raspberry offers more than just good taste providing many familiar and unfamiliar nutritional qualities. Are you aware that the berries contain other protective influences including compounds that relate to potential protective effects on health and disease? These powerful phytochemicals found in fruits, such as the raspberry bring them into the spotlight of nutraceuticals. Recently there has been new research looking at raspberries as an antioxidant. Couple this with the known natural goodness of the antioxidants in tea and you have a healthy winner! This tea is particularly refreshing with ice - another reason to try raspberry tea. (add a pinch of sugar as the sugar binds with the raspberry flavor molecules, intensifying the distinctive taste.
$7.90
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Rose Congou Emperor

Tea was reportedly discovered in china around 2737 b.c. by the emperor chen nung when a tealeaf fell into his bowl of hot water. This tradition of tea drinking became an integral part of society and was the preferred beverage for all walks of life; from monks and mandarins to the nomadic tribesmen who traded horses for bricks of tea. the japanese may have transformed tea drinking into a sacred ceremony; however, the chinese are credited with initiating the time-honored ritual of offering a guest a cup of tea as a sign of hospitality.
$7.90
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Strawberry

Yet another summertime favorite, particularly over ice. generally grown throughout the world, strawberries are known for being a delicious fruit. One has to consider florida as the winter capital, whereas many would argue that belgium is the main capital of the strawberry. In the 13th century, france used the strawberry for medicinal purposes being high in folic acid and vitamin c. the strawberry was first cultivated in ancient rome and said to be one of nero's favorite fruits. Thus it is of no surprise that strawberry tea is one of the most popular teas around today.
$7.90
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Vanilla

Magical properties! It is said that vanilla calms the nerves, lifts the spirits and improves the romantic aspect of one's life. Vanilla is an extraordinary flavor, full of mystery and elusiveness that is often taken for granted. Undoubtedly one of life's little secrets; they are also widely used in medicinal concoctions to make them more palatable. Thus a 'magical' flavoring agent, calming the mind and body! Did you know that vanilla is the only edible fruit of the orchid family? There are two types of vanilla that are used for commercial purposes - bourbon and tahitian. It is the worlds most labor intensive agricultural crop, taking up to three years after the vines are planted, before the first flowers appear. Vanilla has a long history of robbery and intrigue as it is very expensive and highly prized and in growing countries it is not uncommon for vanilla rustling to occur. As there are about 150 varieties of vanilla, it is certainly a flavoring agent that is suited to one's personal tastes. You will enjoy this cup of tea!
$7.90
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Vanilla & Cinnamon

Vanilla and cinnamon comprise what may be one of our most exotic and ancient blends. The story of cinnamon began in ancient egypt where it was prized for its sweet aroma. The egyptians used it to purify the tombs of the pharaohs and believed it to be a valuable commodity in the spirit world. Vanilla too has an ancient history. Native to central america, the spice is believed to have been first used by the aztecs as an additive to chocolate as far back as 200 b.c. if one were to add up the combined histories of both spices, (given that tutankhamen was born at about 1350 b.c.), the ingredients in this tea blend would have a combined age of 5558 years! Celebrate this venerable history by brewing a pot of this magnificent tea. taste how the sweet scent of cinnamon pairs beautifully with the vanilla. Enjoy it on its own or enhance the flavor with a dash of sugar - a magnificent tea
$10.00
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Chai Tea

Cochin Masala Chai

The ancient city of Cochin is one of Southern India's most important. It is for this reason that the city is sometimes referred to as the Gateway of Southern India. Throughout the centuries, the city, which is situated in the state of Kerala, came under the rule of many different masters. First came the exotically named Zamorin of Kozhikode (Calicut). It is believed however that the name of the city derives from the Chinese word "kochi", given to the city by its next ruler, the great Kublai Khan. Cochin however first came to prominence during the rule of the Portuguese around 1530. Their empire at the time was one of the world's most powerful and under their tenure, Cochin developed into a very prosperous trading center. After the Portuguese came Dutch rule in the mid-17th century, followed by the British, and finally, after Indian independence, Indian rule.
$8.00
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Decaf Chai

Throughout india stories abound as to who created the heavenly mix of spice and tea known as chai. One of the more believable theories holds that it was created by indian gypsies hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of years ago. gypsies live in almost every quarter of the indian sub-continent. And although there are many different tribes with unique customs and stories, oral histories maintain that they all descend from the lohar people, an ancient group of blacksmiths known to be fierce warriors. Legend has it that the lohar originated in the city of chittorgarh but were defeated in a battle in 1308 and forced out of the city. From that point on, they became a nomadic people and traveled by caravan wherever the dusty trail took them.
$8.00
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Elegant Sleeve with 6 Tins

$35.00
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Indian Spiced Chai

Black tea, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, sweet fennel, lemongrass leaves, and natural flavors.
$8.00
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Kama Sutra Chai

Black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black + white pepper, clove, nutmeg, jasmine + rose + lavender petals.
$8.00
0

Night of The Iguana Chocolate Chai

Black tea, ginger, cocoa beans, cinnamon, cardamom, black + white pepper, clove, nutmeg, white cornflower, natural flavors.
$12.00
0

Rooibos Masala Chai

Rooibos, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black + white pepper, clove, nutmeg.
$8.00
0

Vanilla Chai

Black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black+white pepper, clove, nutmeg, calendula petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$8.00
0

Decaf Tea

Black Currant DF

Decaf black tea, Blackberry leaves, Cornflower petals, Natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.50
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Earl Grey DF

Decaf black tea, cornflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.50
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Eng Breakfast DF

Decaf black tea.
$10.50
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Peach Apricot DF

Decaf black tea, papaya pieces, blackberry leaves, calendula + sunflower petals, apricot + peach pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.50
0

Fruit Tea

Apple - Pineapple

The innocent exterior is based on apple pieces, carrot flakes and pineapple cubes. We did without acidic raw materials such as hibiscus and rose hip. but watch out, this blend has its own surprises! The apple pieces of this creation are slightly tangy. Just by biting into this intense, juicy, refreshing lemony ingredient makes you smile. A fruity, completely new pleasure with fresh flavor notes of pineapple and pear. In summer served chilled, this is the ideal refreshment for thirsty throats. Ingredients: acidified apple pieces (apple, acidifiying agent: citric acid), carrot flakes, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), flavoring, freeze-dried apple pieces, marigold blossoms. Important: always brew with boiling water and let infuse for 5-10 minutes in order to obtain a safe beverage!
$9.00
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Bingo Blueberry

Hibiscus petals, apple + elderberry + currant pieces, european blueberries (a.k.a. bilberries), cornflower petals, american blueberries, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Cloud Catcher

Apple pieces, freeze-dried kiwi and sour cherry pieces, sour cherries, freeze-dried cranberry slices, coconut flakes, flavoring.
$9.00
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Coconut Macaroon

Ingredients: apple pieces, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), roasted coconut flakes, coconut flakes, freeze-dried marzipan drops (almonds, sugar, humectant: invertase), flavoring, coconut flakes, freeze-dried yoghurt granules (skimmed milk yogurt, sugar, maltodextrin, modified starch, acidifying agent: citric acid), sweet blackberry leaves.
$7.50
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Cranberry Apple

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + elderberry + cranberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$8.00
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Date - Pistachio

The special something is brought about by sweet date pieces in combination with the pistachios and planed almonds while the rose petals mark an optic highlight. The delicately creamy and nutty flavors of a tempting pistachio-vanilla praline make this creation complete.
$8.00
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Elderberry

Air dried elderberries* *organic certified organic by pro-cert organic systems (organic equivalency with cor, nop, eu, jas)
$8.00
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Eternally Nuts

Apple + hibiscus + rosehip + cocoa bean + almond pieces, natural flavors.
$8.00
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Ginger Candy

Ginger cubes (sugar, ginger, acidifying agent: citric acid), ginger pieces, apple pieces, apple slices, apple cubes, natural flavoring.
$8.00
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Grandma's Garden - Strawberry

Who does not remember grandma's colorful, tempting garden? The large rhubarb leaves on pink, thick stalks unfolding in summer. Delicious strawberries secretly plucked from the bush and immediately eaten. The juicy, ripe blackberries, which left colored teeth after having been secretly stolen from the bush. All these aromatic treasures of sweet and delicious fruits and berries on a colorful and appetizing fruit tea blend let the dreams of childhood live again!
$8.00
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Last Mango in Paris

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + mango + pineapple + elderberry + orange pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Mango Citrus

Pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), mango cubes (mango, sugar), pineapple flakes , mango flakes, orange slices, flavoring, freeze-dried tangerine-orange pieces, safflower, marigold blossoms, freeze-dried strawberry slices.
$8.00
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Paradiso Peach

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + orange pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$8.00
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Pina Colada

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + pineapple + coconut pieces, natural flavors.
$7.00
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Strawberry Kiwi

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + kiwi + strawberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
0

Green Tea

Apricot Green

Green tea, apple pieces, natural apricot flavor, apricots and marigold flowers. This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine.
$7.00
0

Bohemian Raspberry

Green tea, raspberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Citrus Mint Green

Green tea, spearmint leaves, lemon grass, lemon verbena, orange peels, marigold flowers, natural lemon flavor and natural orange flavor. This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine.
$7.00
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Dragonwell

Lung ching tea - also known as dragonwell is produced by hand through a 10-part process. The side of west lake in zhejiang province grows the tea used to produce dragonwell. Dragonwell is distinguished by its beautiful shape, emerald colour, scented smell and tending sweet floral character.
$16.00
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Earl Green

Green tea, cornflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Formosa Gunpowder

Legend has it that the name gunpowder was given by a young english clerk who thought the tiny rolled green balls looked like gunpowder. The tealeaves are specially selected for quality, size and style. They are then rolled into tight nuggets. Gunpowder tea keeps a lot longer than other green teas and is favored because of this characteristic.
$9.18
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Green Puerh Pie Guangnan

Throughout yunnan province, there are many legends told about how pu-erh tea came into existence. Perhaps the most beautiful of these is the tale of a grandfather who lived during the han dynasty more than 1700 years ago. the grandfather, a tea maker, was very old and knowing he was going to die wanted to leave something for his newly born grandson to remember him by. rather than write a letter, or have a statue erected, the grandfather decided to do what he did best, create a new tea. he decided that it would have to improve with age so that when his grandson became an adult, he could appreciate the spirit of his grandfather and savor the product of his craft. The grandfather decided to start with a freshly plucked long leaf style known as máochá, from the mountains of southern yunnan. This he fermented gently and pressed into a bowl, allowing it to dry into a hardened form. The hard packed tea would then be buried in the ground and aged like a fine wine. When he was finished, the grandfather buried the tea cake along with the recipe he had developed to make it. many long years later, his grandson who was now a man, un-earthed the aged tea. breaking off a piece of the hard, bowl-shaped crust and brewing it, he found the cup to be delightfully earthy, sweet and invigorating. Using the accompanying recipe, he began producing the tea according to his grandfather's instructions. The rest, as they say in yunnan, is history.
$13.68
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Japan Genmaicha Yamasaki

This is a specialty japanese style green tea (normally a high grade of japan sencha) that is blended with fire-toasted rice. The fresh vegetative character of the green tea is imparted on the cup but it is tempered with the bakey-like character of the rice. There is a natural sweetness and almost chewy character to the finish of this tea. during the firing of the rice, it is not uncommon for rice to 'pop' not unlike popcorn, hence the pet name 'popcorn-tea'.
$9.18
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Japan Gyokuro

A full-flavored green tea that has a satisfying light refreshing character. Tending pleasantly vegetative with some briskness.
$16.00
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Japan Hojicha

Like many of the world's great teas, hojicha was discovered through a process of curiosity and innovation. During the 1920s, a tea master living in kyoto japan discovered the method for producing the tea using common materials he found around the house. Rather than steam a batch of freshly plucked leaf - the traditional method of japanese style green tea production - the master decided he would roast it in a porcelain pot over burning charcoal. The result, as history would attest, was delicious.
$9.18
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Japan Kukicha

Distinctive japanese green profile. Cup tends lightly vegetative leading to a beguiling finish loaded with malt.
$9.18
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Japan Sencha Fuji

Tending light liquoring, smooth with reasonable depth and body.
$9.18
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Jasmine Dragon Tears

Smooth with delicate and pleasing flavor and a heavenly jasmine character.
$17.90
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Jasmine with Flowers

Jasmine tea is one of the most pleasant tasting green teas available on the market. On the nose the dry tea has a floral bouquet, which literally causes your senses to come alive with pleasant thoughts. The flavor is enhanced with the addition of jasmine blossoms which give the tea a visual appeal few other teas are capable of copying
$7.00
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Lemon Green

Green tea, lime + lemon pieces, calendula + sunflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
0

Long Island Strawberry

Green tea, papaya + strawberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant)
$7.00
0

Lucky Dragon

Very light liquoring with exquisite fresh green tea character. In the cup the leaves virtually return to life. A tea to remember.
$6.56
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Mango Green

Pomegranate has historically been a symbol of fertility, marriage, abundance as well as righteousness. We promise none of these things upon consumption but trust you will enjoy this blend of green tea from china, sweetly tart pomegranate flavor, and decorative raspberry pieces. Green tea, natural mango flavor, apple pieces, mango pieces and marigold flowers. This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine.
$7.00
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Mini Toucha

Simply put, mini toucha is the smaller sibling of our large toucha pods. This ancient variety of tea is made from a yunnan large leaf varietal, camelia assamica, and is actually a variety of pu-erh. The pods themselves are made by taking the processed green leaves, steaming them, and then pressing them into small bowl-shaped forms. The process is quite laborious as each pod must be pressed by hand.
$7.60
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Panfired Darjeeling

In the production of green tea the new leaves are hand plucked and immediately taken to the factory where they are slowly withered to reduce their water content. The leaves are not allowed to ferment and immediately go to the rolling process where the shape of the leaf is achieved. Following this they are pan fired which locks in the flavor. You can see that these teas are machined rolled since the leaf appearance is somewhat mixed and the final product has not been hand sorted (which would result in whole leaf and buds appearing). The pan-fired tea has more body than the steamed green darjeeling because during the rolling stage a small amount of fermentation does occur - hence the slightly extra body.
$9.18
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Pomegranate Green

Green tea, natural pomegranate flavor, raspberry leaves and raspberries. This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine.
$7.00
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Pomegranate Hibiscus

It is believed that the first instance of the mixing of dried hibiscus petals and pomegranate took place in the harbor of hanga roa, the capital of rapa nui, otherwise known as easter island. Polynesian migrants, after traveling vast swathes of the pacific in large canoes, are believed to have landed on the island some time around 400 ce, bringing many of their customs and cultural artifacts with them. Ocean legend has it that among other things, hibiscus flowers made the trip. For centuries the islanders lived in peace and harmony, erecting the giant statues for which the island is famous. As they did, the beautiful, highly fragrant flowers, flourished along with the island's population. While native species of fruit were plentiful, it would not be centuries later that pomegranates would make their appearance.
$7.00
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Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose

Hunan province produces some excellent japanese style green teas. Early in the new season the tea is a bright emerald green and has the best flavor noted by a spring fresh character with pungency and body. [in hunan the tea starts growing about march 15th, and between then and the end of april the quality is very good. Once you pass april, the quality plummets on account of the volume of leaf taken in and the bushes growing too quickly. Our policy is that we only buy our china tea requirements from tea grown between march 15 and april 15 - you will taste our quality and dedication to better tea when you compare our tea with similarly graded teas]. Sencha is commonly used in japanese tea ceremonies marking events of personal importance. In this type of ceremony, it is the ritual that is of paramount importance as the individual is being acknowledged. Flavored tea is a relatively new phenomenon and combining flavors with roses and japanese style green tea is almost considered 'avant-garde' by our japanese friends.
$7.00
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Herbal Tea

Chrysanthemum

The chrysanthemum plant can grow up to 5 feet high and is known in the west as florist's chrysanthemum. The wide diversity in color and style has made this flower popular in floral arrangements. This plant is native to china but is now widely cultivated throughout the world.
$9.00
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Egyptian Chamomile

There are several varieties and countries of origin of chamomila - sometimes referred to as bachelor buttons because of the shape of the flower heads - but the best quality comes from egypt. The sandy loam and nutrients from the nile create perfect growing conditions. Camomile flowers have a yellow center and white petals - they almost look like a daisy. Essential oils in the flowers produce a soothing pleasant aroma and a fruity character. In some parts of europe, particularly southern france, camomile plants have been strewn on floors or pathways to give the area a good scent.
$7.94
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Lavender Super Blue

The lavender fields of provence have been described, "in the solitude of the lure mountains, lavender grows everywhere. At harvest time the evenings are lavender-embalmed. When you have lived the lavender nights and these days you are forever attached to the spirit of this perfume". Lavender flowers are gathered when they first start to bloom and are dried on a cloth, as they tend to fall apart. Lavender is most often used for perfumes, but it is also an excellent plant for infusions and has an agreeable floral flavor.
$11.10
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Lemongrass

Lemongrass. open a packet of lemongrass, (latin: cymbopogon flexuosus) and inhale its subtle yet complex aroma. This perennial herb, native to southeast asia is noted for its lemony scent and ginger undertones. Its lemon character is due to a high concentration of citral, its main biological component. While lemongrass is commercially grown from china to paraguay, our offering comes from thailand, the country which it is most commonly associated with.
$6.32
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Linden

Sweet lovely hints of cherry and mandarins. Smooth fruity finish.
$6.44
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Organic Greek Mountain Tea

Our high-quality tea using the whole panicle of the sideritis scardica is grown in northern greece in the rhodope mountains at almost 1000m altitude by mountain farmers in small eco-farms. The seedlings are grown from seeds of the wild plant and planted after 3 months. It takes 3 years for the plant to come into the first bloom. The flowers are carefully picked by hand and dried in drying halls. Greek mountain tea is rich in essential oils and its blossoms, stems and leaves set free the scent of fresh herbs with a hint of lemon when infused. Traditionally the mountain tea is sweetened with honey.
$12.95
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Organic Rabak Hibiscus

In history every herb and flower has a symbolic meaning. Hibiscus means grace and beauty. Hibiscus (hibiscus Abelmoschus and hibiscus sabdariffa) a native to africa is related to a bushy ornamental shrub that decorates many tropical gardens has become a popular showy houseplant in europe and north america and is a flowery accessory to many young women in the tropics. The calyces (often referred to as the hibiscus flower itself), which form the outer covering of the flower buds, are dried and used to make a rosy citrus flavored tea.
$7.90
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Peppermint Willamette

If you've fallen in love with peppermint (mentha piperita), you're in good company, figuratively speaking. According to a myth from ancient greece, this cool herb gets its name from the nymph menthe. So beautiful was menthe that the god pluto fell in love with her on sight. Naturally, this didn't thrill his wife persephone, who turned menthe into a plant, so that she would be trod upon for the rest of time. Distraught, pluto tried to reverse the spell but found he could not. what he could do however was infuse menthe, (the plant version) with the sweet aroma we all know and love.
$9.00
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Rose Petals

After the fall of the roman empire, the dark ages pervaded and the economic and agricultural systems that stemmed from the romans crumbled. Most of the aesthetic gardens in the roman colonies went to seed leaving only those that provided food, such as vegetables and orchards. Ironically it was during the dark ages that the science of herbal medicine made great strides and the unique trustee of ancient roman and greek scholars' knowledge was the catholic church.
$13.68
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Thai Ginger Pieces

Excellent clean ginger notes with a refreshing ginger hot finish. Clean lingering character.
$10.00
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Holiday Tea

Frosty Plum Spice

Black tea, apple pieces, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, amaranth + safflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Holiday Winter Spice

Black tea, cinnamon, orange pieces, lime + blackberry leaves, cloves, natural flavors(organic compliant)
$10.80
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Nutcracker

$10.40
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Matcha Tea

2 Oz Matcha Tin

A nice metal tin for holding 2 ounces of your favorite matcha.
$4.00
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Chocolate Matcha

Matcha, the focal point of the japanese tea ceremony, is a fine powder made by grinding green tea leaves. Only the finest, young, shade-grown gyokuro tea leaves are used to create matcha. The leaves are plucked and laid out flat to dry. veins are removed and the leaves, now called tencha, are carefully ground in granite mills until they become the precious powder. This is a samidori cultivar from uji, kyoto, flavored with natural cacao. It is a high-grade spring (first harvest) tea. Easy preparation is achieved by placing 1 teaspoon of matcha per cup (or to taste) in a cup, adding a few drops of hot water (160-180 f) and stirring with a matcha whisk until a paste forms. Add the rest of the water and stir.
$16.50
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Cochin Masala Chai Matcha

Black tea, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black + white pepper, clove, nutmeg.
$12.00
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Earl Grey Matcha

While some tea companies may substitute true bergamot extract with chemical-based alternatives, our luxury standards require the real thing. As such, to create this fabulous earl grey matcha, we infuse 100% natural bergamot extract into our own blend of high grown ceylon black teas and run the works through our Japanese style matcha mill. The result is a thick frothy cup that delivers the best bergamot has to offer. If you like bergamot like we do, prepare for everlasting love.
$12.00
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Elephant Ivory Kenya White Matcha

Exquisite flavory tea notes that are classic to luxury white kenya tea. crisp yet smooth.
$13.80
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Izu Green Matcha

Has a jammy-like smoothness with a very satisfying full cup. luxury grade style japanese green tea and gyokuro gives a light astringent finish.
$11.95
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Kenya White Rhino Matcha

$16.00
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Matcha Whisk

$15.00
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Mumbai Chai Green Matcha

This stunning matcha is created by blending the classic flavors of indian chai, with a modern twist, izu matcha, to reflect the new, cosmopolitan face of india. From the first sip, this peppery, spicy cup transports you to an exotic world of flavor, tradition and history.
$12.00
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Organic Jasmine Green Matcha

Exquisite floral notes float in synergy with lightly astringent fresh green tea.
$14.00
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Organic Mango Matcha

Green tea*, natural flavors *organic certified organic by pro-cert organic systems (Organic Equivalency with COR, NOP, EU, JAS).
$11.95
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Peppermint Matcha

Exceptional refreshing peppermint character but smooth. Astringent and minty finish from the green tea base.
$11.95
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Perfect Matcha Spoon

$6.00
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Samurai Green Matcha

$28.90
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Whisk Holder

$10.00
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Mate Tea

Spiced Mate

Brazilian toasted mate blended with spices and citrus peels to add a little zest to an energizing brew. We find it perfect for chilly days, by the fire or iced with milk and sugar for when you crave a sweet treat.
$6.44
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Toasted Mate

Long hailed in south american countries as a healthy, energizing social beverage, yerba mate is finding a new audience in north america. Notable is its ability to provide energy without the jitteriness suffered by coffee imbibers. This toasted finer cut version from brazil is mellower, yet fuller bodied and a great alternative to coffee. The toasting process is similar to coffee roasting and yields a darker, deeper cup that still offers its energizing effects. It has a toasty, comforting chicory note that takes milk and sugar well.
$4.00
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Yerba Mate

Long hailed in south american countries as a healthy, energizing social beverage, yerba mate is finding a new audience in north america. Notable is its ability to provide energy without the jitteriness suffered by coffee imbibers. Its taste has been compared to that of green tea but with a more herbaceous, grassy character. Enjoyed hot or iced it can also be mixed with fruit juices for an energizing punch.
$6.44
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Oolong Tea

Alishan High Mountain Oolong

Today's alishan teas are still produced according to the methods established by the early planters. Fresh leaf is hand plucked and immediately wilted in the sun for a period of time. Next, they are placed in baskets and shaken to bruise the leaves and release the enzymes that produce flavor. This is followed by a period of oxidization after which the leaves are laid out to dry and finally fired. The result is nothing short of a spectacular oolong - an almost perfect example of the best the alishan region has to offer. Brew a pot today and experience what some tasters refer to as the "champagne of taiwan"! Enjoy.
$24.00
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Formosa Oolong

Oolong means semi-fermented. After rolling, the tea is allowed to ferment only until the edges of the leaves start to turn brown. The tea is then fired which arrests the fermenting process and captures the interesting character associated with oolong tea. in taiwan, producing oolong tea involves highly specialized skills in the control of the withering, oxidation and firing. A slight variance in any of these gives each variety a distinctive aroma, flavor, color and finish.
$8.00
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Jasmine Orchard Oolong

Oolong tea, green tea, mango + apple + strawberry + peach pieces, jasmine + safflower petals. Prepare your taste buds for something special. Oolong tea, as exceptional as it is on its own, is sublime when blended with scented flowers, fruits and herbs. Jasmine Orchard Oolong combines the fresh spring tea-taste of oolong with the ethereal sweetness of green tea with jasmine petals, jasmine buds and a multitude of fruits from the orchards of the world. What makes this combination so special? Let's take a look.
$9.00
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Oolong Goji Berry

Oolong tea, goji berries, sunflower + calendula petals, natural flavors. While it is only in recent years that the goji berry has begun garnering attention from mainstream health and wellness writers, the berry, which is actually the fruit of the lycium barbarum and lycium chinense bush, has been getting rave reviews in china since at least the tang dynasty (618-907). during that time, poet yu-xi lu wrote a poem in which he claimed that simply drinking water from a well near a goji berry bush could help extend your time here on earth. But appreciation for the fruit didn't stop there. A few centuries later in 1578, one of china's greatest herbalists, a man named shih-chen li, published the materia medica.
$10.00
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Oolong J'adore Mango

Oolong tea, mango pieces, sunflower + calendula petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Oolong Orange Blossom

Black tea, green tea, oolong tea, jasmine petals, natural flavors(organic compliant).
$16.00
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Oolong Royal Empress

Oolong tea, green tea, amaranth + cornflower + calendula + sunflower petals, natural flavors(organic compliant).
$10.00
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Oolong Watermelon

Oolong tea, papaya pieces, plum + safflower petals, natural flavors. (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Peach Oolong

Oolong tea, mango + peach pieces, plum+sunflower+calendula petals natural flavors (organic compliant).
$8.00
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Quanzhou Milk Oolong

Milk oolong, where to begin? Do we tell you the legends of how it came into existence? Do we tell you how it is actually produced? Do we wax poetic about its luscious flavor? Well, maybe we should do all 3. we'll start with a legend. The stories of this tea naturally centre on its wonderful milky flavor, which interestingly, is the result of a sudden shift in temperature during harvest - a rare occurrence to say the least. One of the many legends explains that the first time this shift occurred was centuries ago when the moon fell in love with a comet passing through the night sky. the comet, as all comets are wont to do, passed by, burned out and vanished. The moon, in her sorrow caused a great wind to blow through the hills and valleys bringing about a quick drop in temperature. The next morning, local tea pluckers went out to collect their fresh leaf. To their surprise, when the tea was processed it had developed an amazing milky character, which was attributed to the motherly character of the old moon. (hey, it's possible!).
$20.00
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Queen's China Oolong

While most people associate imperial china with its long succession of emperors, the queen, although she was known as empress dowager, also played a large role in the forbidden city, the ancient seat of rule. In fact, it was such a woman that signed the abdication giving up imperial rule in china on the 12th of february 1912. empress xiao ding jing, better known at the time as empress dowager longyu, lived from 1868 to 19 and signed the "act of abdication of the emperor of the great qing" on behalf of the child emperor puyi, an infant at the time. A few short months later, longyu died at age 44 and was heralded by china's new vice president as the "most excellent among women."
$22.00
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Ti Kuan Yin - iron Goddess

Oolong tea is semi fermented which is one of the reasons it has such a unique character. The semi fermentation gives the tea a little bit more body than a green tea but less body than a black tea ... and interestingly it gives the flavor a very unique twist. You will see (particularly in the infused leaf) that the edges of the leaves are slightly bruised (brownish). the reason for this is that the leaves are lightly bruised to start the oxidation process. Because they are more full bodied than green teas, oolong teas must not be picked too early or at too tender a stage. They must be produced immediately. Unlike leaves for green tea, those destined to be oolong are wilted in the direct sun and then shaken in tubular bamboo baskets to bruise the leaf edges. The bruising is what makes the edges oxidize faster than the center. After 15-25 minutes (depending upon ambient temperature and humidity levels) the tea is fired, locking in the special flavor profile.
$16.00
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Pu - Erh Tea

Black Puerh Pie Kunming

14oz/400 grams.Production of puerh can be traced back to the tang dynasty (618-907). the exotic offering was first written about in the ancient treatise, "book on barbarians" published after a visit to ancient yunnan province by a tang government official. (evidently the imperialists didn't think too highly of the province's early inhabitants.) in it he writes, "the tea is yielded from the mountains beyond yinsheng city and picked from scattered trees without processing. Barbarians of mangshe drink tea by cooking it with pepper, ginger and cassia." while this form of puerh was certainly different from the puerh cakes more commonly known in today's world, archaeological records indicate that the same style of specialized leaf fermentation was being implemented, so the classification fits.
$55.00
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Golden Pu-Erh 5 Yrs

Golden pu-erh has been aged for five years in a dark cave in yunnan province. This aging process in a relatively high humidity environment has mellowed the elemental character of the tea when compared to young pu-erh (aged about 1 year). As with wine, young pu-erh is considered the least valuable whereas pu-erh 5 years or older is more highly prized. Interestingly the taste of pu-erh becomes more mellow with age and perhaps more acceptable to the western palate. Some consumers have recommended that pu-erh be blended with chrysanthemum florets to make the taste more acceptable. In fact this blend can be ordered in teahouses in southern china and hong kong. For kambootcha lovers - pu-erh is the main ingredient.
$15.18
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Green Puerh Pie Guangnan

Throughout yunnan province, there are many legends told about how pu-erh tea came into existence. Perhaps the most beautiful of these is the tale of a grandfather who lived during the han dynasty more than 1700 years ago. the grandfather, a tea maker, was very old and knowing he was going to die wanted to leave something for his newly born grandson to remember him by. rather than write a letter, or have a statue erected, the grandfather decided to do what he did best, create a new tea. he decided that it would have to improve with age so that when his grandson became an adult, he could appreciate the spirit of his grandfather and savor the product of his craft. The grandfather decided to start with a freshly plucked long leaf style known as máochá, from the mountains of southern yunnan. This he fermented gently and pressed into a bowl, allowing it to dry into a hardened form. The hard packed tea would then be buried in the ground and aged like a fine wine. When he was finished, the grandfather buried the tea cake along with the recipe he had developed to make it. many long years later, his grandson who was now a man, un-earthed the aged tea. breaking off a piece of the hard, bowl-shaped crust and brewing it, he found the cup to be delightfully earthy, sweet and invigorating. Using the accompanying recipe, he began producing the tea according to his grandfather's instructions. The rest, as they say in yunnan, is history.
$13.68
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Mandarin Pu-Erh

Feeling lucky? If not, you might want to open up and enjoy one of our pu-erh packed mandarins. Let us explain. In some parts of china, a popular custom is to give oranges as a gift on special occasions. The reason is that in chinese, the word for orange sounds like "ji" which means "good luck." tea itself is also lucky. It was discovered purely by luck when some leaves from a tea tree fell into a pot of boiling water thousands of years ago. in our humble opinion, it would follow that these two ingredients packed together, as they are in xantou mandarin black pu-erh, produce a potent symbol of luck and delectable flavor! (have we piqued your interest? Are you thirsting to know more about this unique tea? Well, you're in luck because we're going to tell you all about it.)
$13.00
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Mini Toucha

Simply put, mini toucha is the smaller sibling of our large toucha pods. This ancient variety of tea is made from a yunnan large leaf varietal, camelia assamica, and is actually a variety of pu-erh. The pods themselves are made by taking the processed green leaves, steaming them, and then pressing them into small bowl-shaped forms. The process is quite laborious as each pod must be pressed by hand.
$7.60
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Pu - Erh Beeng Cha

In some remote villages of yunnan province, pu-erh beeng cha, the 7-layered teacake, holds a special place in local legend. In fact, it is apparently from one such village story that the fabled tea gets its colloquial name, qizi, or 7 sons. The ancient tale tells of the wife of a government official whose job it was to oversee the town's faltering tea industry. Over the years the couple had been blessed with 6 male offspring. They wanted to have a seventh child and hoped for a boy believing that the magic of such good fortune might help turn around the local economy.
$12.59
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Pu - Erh Fairytales

One of the five main types of tea (white, green, oolong and black being the others), pu'erh tea stands apart with its uncommonly soft earthy flavor and woodsy tones. Unlike all other teas, pu'erh (pronounced 'poo-err') is actually aged. The tea leaves go through a natural fermentation process before the tea is gently dried. This creates a cup with zero astringency and deep, rich body. Pu'erh is extraordinarily smooth and deeply refreshing. Our pu'erh poe (the shou variety of pu'erh) gives a clean, woodsy aroma, warm hay inside a barn, mushrooms and savory vegetables. Wilted flower notes and a faint dark chocolate texture. Mellow and grounding. If the flavor is too strong for you, simply dilute with water (which, interestingly, doesn't work for many other teas!) pu'erh is extremely versatile - you can steep it for as little as 30 second or 30 minutes, whatever pleases your palate. It won't get bitter and is great for multiple infusions.
$15.18
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Pu - Erh Chocolate - Orange

Rich chocolate and sweet orange bring a confectionary note to the gentle earthiness of pu-erh. Lively citrus lifts the blend while the warm chocolate and easygoing pu-erh are grounding and smooth. Reminiscent of a favorite treat.
$6.00
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Pu - Erh Strawberry - Hazelnut

The earthy smoothness of pu erh creates a warm foundation for the rich flavor of hazelnut while playful, tangy-sweet strawberries peek through the nutty opulence. A hint of cream adds a soft, dreamy note to the blend.
$6.00
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Rooibos Tea

Almond Amaretto Biscotti Rooibos

Rooibos, orange+almond pieces, anise, cardamom, calendula + red cornflower petals, cranberry +clove pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.40
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Almond Rocker Rooibos

Rooibos, almond pieces, mallow petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.40
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Creme Au Caramel Rooibos

Rooibos, calendula petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.40
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Georgia Peach Rooibos

Rooibos, blackberry leaves, calendula petals, natural flavors (organic compliant)
$7.40
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Nutcracker

Rooibos, papaya pieces, candy*, almond pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant). (*candy:sugar,millet,rice flour,vegetable oil,corn starch, gum+cellulose gum,color r,confectioner glaze,carrageenan, soy lecithin, red#40 yellow#5+#6, blue#1 dye, vanillin,soya,lecithin,food jelly,acetic acid,silver balls e174.)
$10.40
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Organic Peach Rooibos

Rooibos*, calendula petals*, *organic natural flavours(organic compliant) certified organic by pro-cert organic systems (organic equivalency with cor, nop, eu, jas)
$7.40
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Sargeant Peppers Orange Rooibos

Rooibos, brazil pepper, dried orange pieces, chili powder, natural flavors.
$7.40
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Specialty Tea

Angel Falls Mist

Apple pieces, hibiscus petals, rosehip + orange pieces, calendula petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Angel's Dream

Black + green tea, cornflower + mallow petals, natural flavors(organic compliant).
$8.62
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Baja Iced Tea Blend

The world of tea is filled with myth, legend, and controversy. In fact, there isn't a tea blend out there that doesn't have a story attached to it. iced tea is no exception. It is commonly held as fact that iced tea was invented by a tea plantation owner named richard blechynden looking to drum up some business at the 1904 world's fair in st. louis missouri. The story goes that richard initially intended to hand out free samples of his hot tea. the weather in st. louis that year was above seasonal however and few visitors seemed interested in sampling his steaming hot product. As a novelty, richard decided to drop some ice into his teapots and began to serve the tea cold. The result was a hit and iced tea went on to become one of the most popular beverages in north america.
$6.52
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Honeymoon Tea

Black tea, white tea, cornflower + rose petals, natural flavours (organic compliant).
$11.96
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Mojito Marteani

Green tea, peppermint leaves, lemon + sweetlime pieces, calendula + sunflower petals, natural flavors.
$9.90
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Prince Harry & Meghan's Royal Wedding Blend

Rooibos, apple pieces, black tea, wild rose buds, jasmine + cornflower + calendula petals, natural flavors.
$12.00
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White Tea

Silver Needle

White tea from china. Silver needle is among the most revered of chinese teas, produced in the fuding and zhenhe districts of its fujian province. Gathered only in the few days of early spring, the preparation of this tea is governed by strict requirements to ensure a premium product. This dedication to perfection is evident in the cup, which is sweet and delicate with a clean, airy fragrance. Our 'sublime needle' is a special grade (bai hao) version of this exquisite tea.
$24.00
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Two Doves Silver Needle

For the world's top tea collectors, fujian's fuding county holds a special place as the home of the world?S finest white teas. Each has its own special characteristics resulting from the unique soil conditions, rain, sunlight, tea genus, production method and story. That's right. Story. were they better known, fuding county's many "tea legends" would make the region a required stop for the world's top storytellers. From one end of fuding to the other stories abound describing the way certain teas were discovered and how they got their names. One of the lesser known of these tales has to do with 2 doves silver needle, a fabulously delicate "buds only" white tea plucked from a fujian genus known as fuding da hao.
$40.00
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White Blueberry

White tea, european blueberries (a.k.a. bilberries) + american blueberries natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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White Coconut

Our madagascar coconut white tea is a vibrant combination of sweet, creamy vanilla and toasty, smooth coconut. Together on a base of our delicately floral shou mei white tea, and speckled with snow-white coconut shreds, this blend remains one of our best sellers year after year!
$12.00
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White Mango-Pear Organic

The natural friendship of "east meets west" is portrayed when we look at the flavor composition mango and pear in this organic blend. Any possible early shyness as to whether this is really the perfect match was gone the minute these two fruits met on the delicate white peony. A must-have organic creation!
$7.50
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White Mischief

Mischief, depending on whom you talk to, is either a good thing or a bad thing. According to the dictionary, mischief is defined as: conduct or activity that playfully causes petty annoyance. The key word here is "playfully". if something is playful, can it really be so bad? We don't think so. in fact we like to think that getting up to a little mischief is like adding spice to your food. (based on this fact it would appear that we fall on the "good side" of the debate.) so, what about the "bad side" of the debate, those who think mischief isn't such a wonderful thing? For that we need to look no further than a poem by jane taylor, the british poet best known for writing twinkle twinkle little star. In her poem about mischief, she tells the tale of a young lad who runs afoul of the law because of his questionable conduct.
$12.00
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White Peach

Premium white tea from fujian region of china flavored with sweet peaches. A wonderfully smooth and subtle treat, delectable both hot and cold. If you are beginning your exploration of white tea, our peach tea will serve a wonderful introduction.
$7.50
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White Peony

This 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. Secondly the leaves are not steamed or pan-fired (the process used in green teas). The leaves are naturally withered and dried in the sun. if mechanical drying is required it is a baking process at temperatures less that 40°c. 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. White teas that are withered in conditions that are too hot with become reddish and in conditions that are too cold they will become blackish. You will see on this pai mu tan that the tea maker struck the perfect balance between solar and indoor withering resulting in a perfect white tea.
$8.62
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White Symphony

An exquisite version of the white peony variety, a delicate tea made from tea buds collected and withered prior to opening. It offers a preponderance of unopened leaf buds that create a pale yellow, light-bodied, yet complex cup with hints of honeydew and a faint floral sweetness. If you enjoy the soothing flavor of our 'white a' cappella' tea, we invite you to savor this more refined version.
$7.90
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Wellness Tea

Arthritis - Head to Toes

Turmeric root, fennel, bamboo leaves, orange pieces, elder flowers, linden flowers, cardamom, dandelion leaves, burdock root, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Asleep Herbal

Rooibos, camomile petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Awake Herbal

Spearmint leaves, green mate, gynostemma leaves.
$10.00
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Ayurvedic Calming

Rooibos, nettle + rosehip + raspberry + licorice root pieces, anise, cardamom, clove, calendula + safflower + lavender petals.
$8.00
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Ayurvedic Immune

Rooibos, green rooibos, honeybush, camomile flowers, goji berries, ginger pieces, blue cornflower petals, ginseng, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$8.00
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Ayurvedic Purify

Rose petals, ginger pieces, rosebuds, white tea.
$10.00
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Ayurvedic Total Body Tea

Peppermint leaves, rosehip pieces, spearmint leaves, ginger, rooibos, hibiscus + rose + calendula + osmanthus petals.
$7.50
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Calm Belly

Ginger, peppermint, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon balm, licorice, fennel, burdock root, cornflower petals.
$7.50
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Calming De - Stress

Green tea, lemongrass, tangerine pieces, rosemary + sage leaves, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Cold B Gone

Lemongrass leaves, ginger, lemon, cinnamon, apple pieces,hibiscus petals, stevia leaves, clove, cardamom, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Cranberry Echinacea

Echinacea + strawberry + blackberry + tulsi (holy basil) leaves, camomile + safflower petals, cranberry pieces, natural flavors. (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Detox - Cleanse & Refresh

Ginger, licorice, tulsi (holy basil), dandelion leaves, burdock root, rose petals, elder flowers, safflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Digestive Blue

Anise, licorice, fennel, currant, rosehip, butterfly blue pea flower, hibiscus, star anise, nettle, jasmine, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Elderberry

Air dried elderberries* *Organic Certified Organic by Pro-Cert Organic Systems (Organic Equivalency with COR, NOP, EU, JAS).
$8.00
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Energy

Green mate, lemongrass + spearmint leaves, gingko + ginseng + nettle pieces, calendula + cornflower + sunflower petals.
$10.00
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Flu Fighter

Green tea, echinacea, elderberries, rosehip, mango, goji berries, sage, raspberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant)
$8.00
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Golden Glow

Ginger, turmeric root, carrot + beet + pineapple pieces, calendula petals, natural flavor (organic compliant). This tea contains no caffeine.
$10.32
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Jet Lag Awake Strawberry

Green tea, green mate, gynostemma leaves, papaya + strawberry pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Memory

Rosehip, bilberry leaves, rosemary, green mate, tulsi leaves, orange pieces, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Mindful Moringa

Moringa + strawberry leaves, orange pieces, cinnamon, dandelion leaves, safflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Road to Recovery

Lemongrass, licorice, camomile, lemon pieces, gynostemma.
$10.00
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Serenity

Camomile, rooibos, anise, linden petals, lemon balm, cinnamon, lemon verbena leaves, orange pieces, passion flower.
$10.00
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Sleep – Lullaby

Lemongrass, peppermint, camomile, rosehip, spearmint, valerian root, hibiscus, cornflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$10.00
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Throat Aid

Licorice, raspberry leaves, hibiscus, orange, cinnamon, aniseed & slippery elm.
$7.00
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Zesty Tulsi

Ginger, tulsi (holy basil), cinnamon, anise, orange + apple pieces, star anise, pink peppercorns, safflower petals, natural flavors (organic compliant).
$7.00
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Gourmet Pantry

Honey

Allergy Blend Honey

Flower powered honey allergy blend is supercharged with over 10 times the pollen of raw honey. Our raw wildflower honey is a blend of seasonal honeys containing a wide variety of pollens. We blend our wildflower honey with bee pollen from a diverse range of locations. Did you know raw honey only contains 0.1-0.2% bee pollen? Our allergy blend honey has so much pollen you can taste the earthiness of the bee pollen granules. It tastes like our nice sweet raw wildflower honey with an earthy finish. The bee pollen has a pronounced flavor that makes the whole product noticeably different than pure honey.
$12.00
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Basswood Honey

Basswood honey is called linden honey in europe and lime honey in england; however, it is not a citrus tree. A light and fragrant floral honey, it contains hints of lemon and a pleasantly sweet taste. Basswood honey is very light in color and pairs well with teas, green apples, yogurt, biscuits and ice cream. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Black Gum Tupelo Honey

Black gum tupelo trees bloom in may to june each year in the swamps of north florida, two weeks before the holly. The delicate, nectar rich flowers come on strong and fast, and the bees quickly fill up their hives with this amazing nectar creating a rare sought after honey. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Bourbon Honey

Bourbon raw honey is great in your morning coffee, drizzled on biscuits, cakes or vanilla ice cream. It is also fantastic glazed on meats such as pork, chicken or salmon. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Cacao Superfood Honey Spread

Only contains 2 ingredients: american raw natural honey and organic cacao. Cacao is an amazing super food, has over 40 times as much antioxidants as blueberries, has the highest plant based source of iron and is full of magnesium for a healthy heart and brain! Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Clean & Easy Honey Pump

The best way to dispense honey from your honey feast jars. No mess! We use these for our honey tasting bar and customers love them. Perfect for 12 oz bottles of honey feast honey.
$7.50
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Hot Honey

Chilis hang out in a 55 gallon barrel of wildflower honey for a week before they are strained out. what is left is spicy bliss! Enjoy on foods such as pizza, ice cream, chicken, ribs, cheese, yogurt, cocktails and grilled veggies. The honey tastes sweet for 2-3 seconds then before the heat catches you for a spicy finish.
$5.00
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Lavender Honey

Lavender honey is great addition to your favorite tea and also great as a sugar substitute for baking. Spread on croissants, cheeses, fruits and many other foods. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Mangrove Honey

Mangrove trees bring a unique set of ocean-based nutrients into the honey. Mangrove honey has a light taste like a clover honey with a more complex, full bodied, caramelized finish. Honey feast is a producer of small-batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Melaleuca Honey

Melaleuca honey is made from the melaleuca trees located in the florida everglades. Originally from australia, this tea tree is related to the manuka. Manuka honey and melaleuca honey contain many of the same therapeutic phenolic acids and are very similar. Melaleuca is well know for its topical properties. Try some as a honey face mask. Mix in some of our pollen granules for an exfoliant too. bees love the nectar from these trees! Melaleuca has the taste of a medicinal honey and is very strong and odiferous.
$5.00
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Natural Propolis Spray

Bee propolis, non-gmo vegetable glycerin, purified water. That's it! Premium 95% propolis extract. There is no harsh alcohol taste. We use canadian propolis. Each region produces different olyphenol and flavonoid combinations and we feel our source is the best in the world. This is 100% natural propolis spray. A natural alternative to sore throat medicine.
$12.95
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Sea Grape Honey

Raw sea grape honey is a rare honey from the florida coastline. The sea grape trees grow along the dunes and beaches. These edible grapes produce a nectar rich flower that the bees use to make this honey. These are organic floral sources from government lands. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Superfood Honey

Enriched raw honey that is supercharged with the most beneficial components of the hive all in one supplement. A flower powered immune and energy boosting powerhouse. We boost our raw and unfiltered wildflower honey with bee pollen, royal jelly and propolis. Now you can enjoy all the good stuff from the hive in each teaspoon. Honey feast beekeepers are usa based natural beekeepers creating premium products from the hive.
$25.00
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Sweet Clover Honey

Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Vanilla Honey

Raw honey combined with natural vanilla beans is delicious with smoothies, on figs, cheeses, pears, ice cream and many other foods. Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Wildflower Honey

Honey feast is a producer of small batch american honey in florida and is comprised of beekeepers striving to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally.
$5.00
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Spices & Salts

Bacon Onion Dip Mix

$9.95
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Blue Ridge Mountain Grill Seasoning

$9.95
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Chili - Lime Sea Salt

$9.95
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Garlic & Tomato Bread Dip

Our garlic & tomato bread dip is the ideal blend of herbs and spices to add to olive oil to create an unbelievably splendid bread dip. it can also be sprinkled on roasted tomatoes for a tantalizing side dish!
$9.95
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Hawaiian Black Lava Sea Salt

Brought in from the islands of Hawaii, this sea salt has a flavor that cannot be matched with anything else on the market! Great for use on just about anything including fish, beef, and pork. Use this to wow your friends at your next cookout to bring them running to the grill.
$9.95
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Irish Pub Steak Seasoning

Flavor straight out of the pubs in ireland that they use on their grill steaks over an open fire - top your grilled steak off with a pat of irish butter for the true taste of ireland .
$9.95
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Sweet Cherry Meat & Grill Seasoning

Our sweet cherry meat rub will make you run, not walk, to the kitchen to create the most sweet pork, chicken, ribs or burgers that you ever tasted. It's that good! Cherry powder, sugar, spices, salt, brown sugar, garlic, onion.
$9.95
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Tomato Balsamic Bread Dip

$9.95
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Tuscan Sea Salt

Sea salt with herbs? Just the perfect blend for all your cooking. Why make spaghetti boring, after you boil your water and add a dash of olive oil put in a pinch of the tuscan sea filled with herbs to give that pasta a bounty of flavor.
$9.95
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Sugar

Amber Rock Sugar

Raw beet sugar crystals are one of the best ways to sweeten tea without distorting the flavor profile of the tea. made in belgium from natural sugar beets.
$4.00
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Cappuccino Sugar

Stir it in your coffee - put it on your ice cream - mix into vanilla yogurt and dip your cookies in - where has this sugar been all my life?
$9.95
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Lemon Sugar

Our lemon sugar will liven up your lemonade, cocktails, margaritas or it's perfect for tea time. Use as a rim sugar for drinks or sprinkle on ice cream, cupcakes, muffins or any baked goods.
$9.95
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Salted Caramel Sugar

It already sounds yummy! Sprinkle on top of a batch of warm brownies or on waffles. Superb on a batch of homemade fudge or mix into your coco!
$9.95
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Accessories

Tea Accessories

2oz Matcha Tin

A nice metal tin for holding 2 ounces of your favorite matcha.
$4.00
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Bamboo Short Tea Canisters

Diana wanted a beautiful paper tea canister to represent our tea brand. Our tea branded canisters are made with eco-friendly paper, elegant and functional. The Bamboo wood lid fits nicely, but not too hard to remove. 3 inches wide X 3 1/4 inches tall.
$6.50
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Bamboo Tall Paper Tea Canisters

We wanted something look elegant when we started looking for a tea container that we were proud to put our brand on. Diana found these and we really like them. They are made of eco-friendly paper with a foil lining to keep freshness. A nice fitting branded bamboo lid is easy to remove compared to some metal tins we have tried.
$5.00
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Bamboo Tea Box With 3 Cans

Including the tea inside.
$60.00
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Changoi Perfect Pair Strainer

$7.00
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Cupid Tea Infuser

$6.00
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Deep Sea Diver

Kettleby infuser with drip tray.
$5.00
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Glass Tpot

Large 3-6 cup.
$40.00
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Gone Fishing Tea Infuser

Black.
$6.00
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Handcrafted Bamboo Matcha Set

$15.00
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Heart Shaped Cups

$10.00
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Large Ingenui Tea

The most convenient teapot you will find anywhere - we guarantee it. when tea is ready, simply place it atop our glass pitcher. This will cause a valve at the bottom to release: crystal-clear tea flows down, while the mesh filter retains all the leaves with one of the best infusers on the market. Super easy to clean and dishwasher safe. You will wonder how you got along without one. 28 oz. made in taiwan with tritan, a plastic specially-formulated to be safe in hot-temperature applications and is 100% bpa-free.The filter basket is stainless steel. 4.5" diameter.
$32.00
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Latch Lock Tins

$4.25
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Paper Tea Filters

40 pieces.
$5.00
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Perfect Matcha Spoon

$6.00
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Small Ingenui Tea

16oz.
$24.00
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Small Steel Scoop

$2.50
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Tea Boxes With 6 Tea Tins

$55.00
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Yangtse Bamboo Strainer

2 handle.
$5.00
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Zoopy Tea Infuser

Zoopy tea infuser.
$3.00
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Pour Spouts

Burgundy Pour Spout

$5.00
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Gold Pour Spout

$5.00
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Green Pour Spout

$5.00
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Green Pour Spout

$5.00
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Tapi Pour Spout

$3.00
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