This black tea is has full notes of cardamom, ginger and clove with a sweet hint of tropical coconut. This tea is great with some honey and milk added to it.
This is one of the most common black teas. This tea is the most popular in England. This black tea is usually described as full bodied and robust. This tea mixes very well with milk and sugar.
This tea is a South African red tea with a spicy cinnamon type flavor. This is a decaf tea.
This tea is an herbal tea made from an infusion of peppermint. This is a decaf tea. It has been known that it can ease a stomach ache as well.
This black tea has a citrus flavor with lavender flowers.
This tea is a popular tea if you ever needed some help falling asleep. It has many benefits including helping insomnia, aches and pains and boots the immune system. This is made from fine Chamomile flowers.
This is a green tea with hints of jasmine flavor and rose petals. This tea is great when honey is added. One of my personal favorites.
This tea is a black tea with delicious creamy flavors of French vanilla. I have mixed this tea with Chamomile and its the perfect breakfast tea that tastes almost like maple syrup!
This tea comes from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India. It is available in black, green, oolong and white. When steeped, it is light in color and has a floral aroma.
This tea is a form of green Chinese tea produced in Zhejiang
Province of China in which each tea leave is rolled into a small round pellet. This tea is often described as thick and strong like a soft honey, but with a smoky flavor.