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    10117 Se Sunnyside Rd, Ste J, Clackamas, OR 97015 • More


    • Picked for you

      • Emperor's Clouds and Mist Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This elegant gunpowder green tea is produced from the finest, high-mountain grown Chinese tea. It is steamed to retain its freshness and carefully rolled into pearls. Upon steeping, the resulting cup is bright, crisp, and vibrant.
        $14.00
      • Dancing Dragon Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This creamy cup of tea reminds us of a decadent slice of cake with its vanilla notes and chocolate richness. It might actually be good for you too.
        $10.00
      • Jasmine Pearl Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        So much beauty is contained in each pearl. The tradition of this tea is one that should never be forgotten this tea is hand-rolled into pearls, then exposed to night-blooming jasmine flowers for six nights. The tea is a lovely experience for the nose and palette.
        $10.00
      • Dragonwell Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This national pride of china is from Zhejiang province. Dragonwell is the translation of Longjing it has a distinctly shaped leaf, with a brisk, tart, and slightly smoky taste. There are countless mystical stories regarding the name of this tea and its healing power. However, if you watch the behavior of the leaves in the water, you may notice that their movements resemble a dragon, twisting and rolling as they release a delicate and fresh floral fragrance. This tea needs to be properly stored because it will continue to ferment if mishandled. Store it in a tin, give it a shake once in a while, and savor it within the year.
        $10.00
      • Silver Needle Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This bai hao yin Zhen is the first flush tea that comes from the Fujian province in China. The high elevation where this tea is grown (about 3000 feet above sea level) contributes to its pure and soft flavor. Silver needle is a lightly oxidized tea bud, produced in a very long and gradual withering process. The infusion is a light honey color, and its taste is smooth and sweet. This tea will leave you feeling clean, refreshed, and hydrated.
        $14.00
    • Black Tea

      • Keemun Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Keemun is one of the top ten famous teas in the world. It is one part of the popular English breakfast. This Keemun is from the Chinese province of Anhui, where it is organically grown. The tea leaves have a distinctive shape, having been twisted before being left to oxidize and turn black. The tea is then baked or fried to remove any remaining moisture. This process results in a mild sweetness and a hint of smokiness some say that this is the burgundy wine of teas.
        $8.00
      • Ceylon Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This hand-picked tea comes from Sri Lanka and is grown at sea level. It has an impeccable aroma and balanced notes of maltiness. The leaves have been described as wiry because they are left long and thin. In the world of tea, these leaves are easy to recognize. Ceylon is rich in antioxidants such as flavonoids and polyphenols.
        $8.00
      • Assam Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This tea is from a 100-year-old plantation, in the state of Assam, located in northeastern India. The state of Assam is the world’s largest tea-growing region. Processed during the summer months, this tea has broad leaves of the assamica variety. This is an ideal breakfast tea, with a malty, bright, and low astringency flavor.
        $8.00
      • Velvet Vanilla Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Malty Assam is cut with smooth vanilla. It is perfect for those with a morning sweet tooth. Assam, vanilla pieces.
        $8.00
      • Earl Grey Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This is one of the most recognized flavored teas in the world. We are willing to bet that this is the best earl grey we’ve ever tasted. It is blended with Chinese Keemun from the Anhui province in east-central China and tea from the island of Sri Lanka. The bergamot essential oil creates a sweet, medium-bodied tea that is well-rounded, citrusy, and floral. Black tea, bergamot oil.
        $8.00
      • Spicy Orange Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This sensational blend is balanced with orange zestiness, a spicy cinnamon kick, and sweet fruitiness. The aroma alone will pull you in for a sip, and the assertive black tea will perk you up. Black tea, orange peel, cinnamon, peach, cloves.
        $8.00
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      • Lapsang Souchong Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Lapsang souchong is a small leaf cultivar, smoked by pine wood. These leaves are plucked from the lower part of the tea plant where the leaves are bigger. After the leaves are plucked, they are put on an iron pan to roast, then they are smoked over pinewood rich with resin. According to history, the drying of the leaves over a pine fire was done by accident in order to hurry the drying process. The “ruined” tea was then sold to the dutch who sang its praises and requested more. What the dutch discovered was a tea with a rich smokiness, a hint of sweet pine, and a malty aftertaste.
        $8.00
      • Midnight Mango Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Mango and Ceylon tea is certainly a combination that is meant to be. This is a light, sweet black tea that lends itself well to being iced. Black tea, mango.
        $8.00
      • English Breakfast Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        We blend this fan-favorite morning tea, in-house, by combining Keemun, Ceylon, and Assam tea. It is smooth, yet bold taste will keep you sipping past breakfast time.
        $8.00
      • Rose City Black Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This scented tea from China is processed in a traditional way. This black tea is scented with layers of rose petals as it dries, then the rose petals are mostly sifted away, leaving a delicate bouquet on the finished tea. Black tea rose petals.
        $8.00
      • Masala Chai Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Heritage masala chai is a collaborative creation of the heritage tea Assam community. The spices are grown by a small network in Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh. By combining this blend with spices from our botanical section, you can mix your own chai tea blend. Assam, cardamom, clove, cinnamon, and bay leaf.
        $8.00
      • Tea-Juana Chai Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This is a pleasant, full-bodied chai that is enhanced by a spicy, cocoa kick. Black tea, cocoa, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, black pepper, ginger.
        $10.00
      • Diwali Chai Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Inspired by the festival of lights, this chai has a bright citrus taste over a malty Indian black tea. Black tea, cinnamon, clover, orange peel, star anise, ginger, cardamom, pink pepper, nutmeg, safflower petals.
        $10.00
      • Darjeeling Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This Darjeeling is from the happy valley estate. The estate is only 2 miles from the town of Darjeeling, and the tea is grown at an altitude of up to 9,000 feet. Some are surprised when they first taste a Darjeeling tea and often don’t believe that is black tea. The flavor is lightly musky-sweet and muscatel. The word Darjeeling originates from two Tibetan words Dorje and ling. Dorje signifies thunderbolt which according to Hindu mythology is the staff of god Indra. The word ling means an area, or spot. so, the name Darjeeling signifies the place where there is a thunderbolt. please steep this tea at 175 degrees for 2-3 minutes.
        $10.00
      • Golden Monkey Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Golden monkey also called jin you, is grown in the northern Fujian province of China. This tea is harvested in the springtime by carefully plucking the new leaves and buds. Its name is drawn from the tippy golden leaf and the bright golden color of its liquid. Fun fact about this tea: it is the black tea counterpart of the silver needle white tea. What we love about this tea is its silky, caramel flavor, rich aromas, and low astringency.
        $14.00
      • Benifuuki Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Coming from the land of the rising sun, this particular cultivar was developed in 1965 in the Kagoshima prefecture. The finished leaf has flat, rough, and deep black appearance and presents a reddish-golden cup of tea. The nuance of ripe plums and delicate sweetness lingers for a pleasant aftertaste.
        $20.00
    • Oolong Tea

      • Butterfly Formosa Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This oolong, with its many shades of green and brown, is only produced in the Taiwanese highlands. Stopping the fermentation process at the right moment means that the leaf edges are oxidized, and the leaf centers remain green. This tea has a particular sweetness, and it reminds us of the smell of freshly baked bread. The leaves have a noticeably twisted quality that is very different from semi-balled, high-mountain teas.
        $10.00
      • Kokosnuss Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This is a decadent dessert tea. If you love coconut milk, with all its sweet qualities, this will be your go-to tea for a guiltless dessert. The flavor is smooth and creamy, and you will savor every sip. Coconut, oolong.
        $8.00
      • Roseberry Oolong Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Who doesn’t want chokeberries in their oolong. Would it sound better if we called it super berry tea, or Aronia tea (no Heimlich required.) regardless of what you call this berry, this tea is yummy. Oolong, Aronia berries, candied mango cubes, rose petals.
        $8.00
      • Parker's Chai Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Campfire cuddles and brazen books sing for a scrumptious spice to sate the senses. We raise a mug of this full-flavored chai to our graphic designer, whose impeccable taste is evident in both eye and palate. Oolong, cinnamon bark, ginger root, cardamom, chicory, cocoa nibs, natural cinnamon flavor, black peppercorn, cloves.
        $8.00
      • Lemon Creme Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        A tempting blend that makes the perfect after-dinner tea. It has a creamy burst of lemon flavor, with a delicate hint of basil. The soft earthiness of the Formosa rounds out this savory cup that will have you asking for a second. Oolong, basil, lemon granules, lemon oil, sodium alginate (from seaweed), marigold blossoms.
        $8.00
      • Moonstruck Mint Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This multifaceted fruit tea blend is a real surprise. The flavor is dominated by sweet and creamy pineapple, which is perfectly accompanied by light notes of cool mint, fresh cucumber, and savory oolong. Candied pineapple, cucumber, peppermint, lemon, Formosa oolong.
        $8.00
      • Mt. Hood Lavender Meadow Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        A fruity and dreamy delicacy melba peach deluxe. Who can resist sun-ripened peaches, topped with sweet vanilla ice cream and lavender whipped cream. To die for. Apple cubes, carrot flakes, candied pineapple, freeze-dried peach pieces, rose petals, safflower, lavender, oolong.
        $8.00
      • Seattle Ginseng Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This popular house blend contains medium-bodied, high-mountain oolong, with Panax ginseng powder and licorice root. It is beautifully balanced, with a vibrant and complex aftertaste that engages the whole palate long after each sip. Oolong, powdered ginseng root, licorice root.
        $10.00
      • Tung Ting Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Mr. Chang has gifted us this tung ting from the mountain range of the same name. Fun trivia, “tung ting” means “frozen summit,” or “ice peak.” this tea is oxidized for 18 hours to give it a dark color and a warm, smooth flavor. The first steeping of this tea is sweet and fruity; subsequent steepings are nutty and rich. Enjoy this tea thoroughly; it has many flavor paths to take you on.
        $10.00
    • Green Tea

      • Purple Rain Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        You could purify yourself in the waters of Lake Minnetonka, or drink this luscious blend of green tea, lemongrass, and dragon fruit. Let us guide you to the purple rain. Green tea, apple, purple dragon fruit, lemongrass, butterfly pea blossoms, pomelo, lemon peels, watermelon flakes.
        $8.00
      • Apple Crumble Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Who needs to spend hours baking an apple crumble, when this tea has such a big flavor and can be enjoyed in just a couple of minutes. This autumn-influenced tea is the perfect compliment to the coziest sweater you own. Sencha green, roasted apple.
        $8.00
      • Lemon Ginger Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        A fan favorite tea blend that remains true to its name. Every tea collection needs lemon ginger, but ours sets itself apart from others with the addition of apple and orange to create a sweeter, invigorating ginger brew. Sencha, apple, ginger, orange, lemon.
        $8.00
      • Dragonwell Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This national pride of china is from Zhejiang province. Dragonwell is the translation of Longjing it has a distinctly shaped leaf, with a brisk, tart, and slightly smoky taste. There are countless mystical stories regarding the name of this tea and its healing power. However, if you watch the behavior of the leaves in the water, you may notice that their movements resemble a dragon, twisting and rolling as they release a delicate and fresh floral fragrance. This tea needs to be properly stored because it will continue to ferment if mishandled. Store it in a tin, give it a shake once in a while, and savor it within the year.
        $10.00
      • Jasmine Pearl Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        So much beauty is contained in each pearl. The tradition of this tea is one that should never be forgotten this tea is hand-rolled into pearls, then exposed to night-blooming jasmine flowers for six nights. The tea is a lovely experience for the nose and palette.
        $10.00
      • Genmaicha Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This cup of sencha tea is made with toasted rice. Kyoto was the birthplace of genmaicha. Legend tells of a tea farmer who mixed brown rice in with his cheapest blend so that the poor could afford a tea with some nutritional value. The lime-colored cup of tea reveals a light, roasted note and a hint of caramel. Once you embrace this unique tea, it will become your get-up and go-to.
        $10.00
      • Emperor's Clouds and Mist Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This elegant gunpowder green tea is produced from the finest, high-mountain grown Chinese tea. It is steamed to retain its freshness and carefully rolled into pearls. Upon steeping, the resulting cup is bright, crisp, and vibrant.
        $14.00
      • Sakura Sencha Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This limited edition sakura sencha is a delightful blend of sencha and real Japanese sakura blossoms. In Japan, the celebration of the blooming of cherry blossoms, called sakura, marks the end of winter and the coming of warm weather. Let’s celebrate the sweet taste and aroma of sakura blooms as they compliment the smooth, rich taste of the sencha. Anytime you need a reminder of the beauty of springtime, steep yourself a cup.
        $25.00
    • White Tea

      • Lavender Rose Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        The taste and smell of this tea can bring back the loveliest memories. The aroma is reminiscent of lavender picking with my kids in the hills above the hood river.
        $8.00
      • Moulin Rouge Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This silver needle, imbued with delicate notes of citrus and rose, is a taste to love.
        $8.00
      • Oregon Summer Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Composed of white tea with fresh flavors of pineapple and rhubarb. It sharpens the mind like a bright summer day. White tea, green tea, pineapple, lemongrass, raspberry leaves, morello cherry, sunflower petals, lemon myrtle, rhubarb, strawberry, pear.
        $10.00
      • Snow Buds Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        For more than 100 years, this tea (xua ya) has been produced in the southeast Chinese mountains at an altitude of about 3300 ft. The name comes from the occasional, white-colored patches that spot the leaves. It is hand-plucked and oxidized for a very short time in order to save this tea’s green soul. this is a two-leaf and one bud tea that creates a champagne color, and a mild, fruity taste. Truly a treat of a special kind.
        $10.00
      • Silver Needle Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This bai hao yin Zhen is the first flush tea that comes from the Fujian province in China. The high elevation where this tea is grown (about 3000 feet above sea level) contributes to its pure and soft flavor. Silver needle is a lightly oxidized tea bud, produced in a very long and gradual withering process. The infusion is a light honey color, and its taste is smooth and sweet. This tea will leave you feeling clean, refreshed, and hydrated.
        $14.00
      • Zomba Pearls Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        We love this tea from the stemware tea estate in Malawi, East Africa. Satemwa has been cultivating tea plants for nearly 100 years. These unique, hand-rolled pearls are warm, sweet, and buttery smooth. They finish with bright notes of fresh cucumber and lemon. Steep this tea at 175 degrees for 5 mins. Resteep up to six times, and reduce the infusion time with each step. Zomba pearls are both Utz certified and rainforest alliance certified.
        $20.00
    • Pu-Erh Tea

      • 2008 Jing Mai Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This loose-leaf, shou pu-erh consists of medium-sized leaves. It is from ecological plantations in the city of lincang, in the yunnan province. This Pu-erh is produced in a facility that follows international organic standards and has an oat and mineral taste with a stunning amber color.
        $14.00
      • Dancing Dragon Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        This creamy cup of tea reminds us of a decadent slice of cake with its vanilla notes and chocolate richness. It might actually be good for you too.
        $10.00
    • Herbal Tea

      • Mountain Mint Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Mountain mint musters mints of many manners; moreover, mints mingle merrily midst mixed miscellaneous marvels. Peppermint, spearmint, lemongrass, blueberry leaves.
        $8.00
      • Strawberry Kiwi Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Tastes like strawberry kiwi. Kid-tested, everyone approved. Apple, hibiscus petals, rosehip peels, natural flavor, kiwi pieces, strawberry pieces.
        $8.00
      • Unicorn's Bargain Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        If you believe in us, we’ll believe in you. Is that a bargain. We love to combine this vanilla-flavored tea with our oolongs because we love a creamy cup of tea. If you drink this, we promise you won’t shrink. Apple, candied pineapple, carrot, hibiscus petals, pink rose, unicorn sprinkles, beetroot, strawberry, vanilla.
        $8.00
      • Raspberry Beret Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        If overcast days never turned you on, this princely blend of berry and hibiscus pairs perfectly with a cloudy afternoon. With calories something close to nothing, I think, I think. I think I love it. Hibiscus, raisins, elderberry, raspberry, strawberry, blueberry.
        $8.00
      • So Fetch Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        Fetch happened. (and not just in England.) this blend of pineapple, strawberry, hibiscus, and dragonfruit makes a good summer drink. (I meant to say cool, then I started to say great) pineapple cubes, apple, purple dragon fruit, hibiscus, strawberry yogurt pieces (dairy), strawberry.
        $8.00
      • John Lemon Loose Leaf Tea (1 oz)

        All you need is love, john lemon is all you need. This tea provides endless refreshing drink possibilities year-round. Arnold palmer. Lavender lemonade. Hot lemonade. Mix it with gin. (if you’re 21 or older.)pineapple, sour apple, lemon, lemon oil, and redcurrants.
        $8.00