Below you will find steeping instructions for all tea types.
Green tea While we in the West typically enjoy black teas on a daily basis, throughout the East, green tea is the staple beverage of choice. And why not? In recent years science has shown green tea to be high in antioxidants and a boon to people suffering from a number of ailments. What's not to love? Sample our selection of China (Jasmine, Classics and Regional Specialties), Japan, India, Kenya,
Black tea China is home to the most diverse and storied selection of teas on earth. From one end of the country to the other there are literally thousands of growers and manufacturers producing notable teas. Encourage sampling of them all. Take your customers on a voyage through the raw smoky depths of Lapsang to the jammy sweetness of Golden Heaven Yunnan - expand their world and taste buds.
Chai: Piping hot Chai holds a warm place in the heart of India. Although it might sound odd that a scorching hot beverage is so widely enjoyed in one of the world's warmest countries, chai actually cools the body. It does this by raising the core body temperature above ambient air temperature. But the best part of the course is the exotic tapestry of spice that weaves through each flavorful sip. N
Oolong Crafting quality Oolong tea is an art form. Like regional variance in fine wines, soil integrity, humidity levels, genus, and artisanal skill all leave their imprint on the delicate leaf. Oolongs are grown in limited areas where the conditions are perfect and great care is taken to ensure the health of the surrounding environment. Traditionally, these teas are enjoyed in small quantities so
Rooibos tea has been getting a lot of press recently. As people begin searching for healthy alternatives to soft drinks, rooibos, with its polyphenols, iron, zinc, fluoride, calcium, and magnesium fits the bill. Enjoyed in South Africa for centuries, rooibos was first made available to Westerners by a Russian émigré named Benjamin Ginsberg. He recognized that its beneficial properties and wonderfu
Functional/Herbal teas For centuries, herbalists and natural health practitioners have blended herbs, teas, flowers, and spices to treat everything from arthritis to memory loss. Building on this rich tradition, we've developed our lineup of Functional Teas to help reduce symptoms of what ails you. Crafted from premium ingredients selected for their specific function in the body, these are teas th
White teas are considered by some to be the purest in the world. Spring buds are plucked, dried, and sorted - no pan firing or steaming, no fermentation, just pure tea. Traditionally these are grown on small freehold plots - some growers produce only a few hundred pounds per year. Note: White tea has a very high polyphenol count.
Herb N' Fruit teas, the absence of tea leaves ensures that this tea is caffeine-free. Benefits of Herb N Fruit tea include Stress Relief, Less Sugar, and it’s safe to drink during pregnancy.
What makes Matcha so special? The leaves are powered and brewed whole. When you drink Matcha you are consuming the whole leaf. Rather than steeping and discarding the leaves, you are getting the full benefits of the leaves maximizing the antioxidant benefits. Matcha is ranked the world’s most healthful beverage!
Place approximately half a teaspoon of Matcha in your cup. Infuse with 8oz/250ml of w
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