Black Tea is roll
broken after withering. Roll breaking cracks the surface of the
leaf, exposing its enzymes to oxygen. After full oxidation occurs,
the leaf is then finished with forced hot air.
Grown high in the foothills of the Himalayas on the famous
bio-dynamic Makaibari estate, this tea has a nutty note, pronounced
greenness, strong character, yet is delicate.
Grown in the Ratnapura District on the border of the Sinharaja
Forest. Beautiful long, thin leaves bought from owners of
small parcels of land, resulting in a stunning cup, delivering
lingering flavor, distinct character. Lovely afternoon
This marvelous tea is renowned for its orchid bouquet &
splendid red color. Sweet & mild.
Created exclusively for Dean & Deluca™. Dark, aromatic; hints
of smoke and earth.
Lemon Zest-Sri Lanka
Lemon & Ceylon Tea
Distinct honey, citrus notes of ceylon black tea reinforce &
encourage lemon flavors, making a simple, botanical blend
reminiscent of lemon lollipops that we all loved as
Tea - Assam-Organic, India
Grown in North Eastern India. Robust, hearty and malty, a
traditional breakfast tea.
Lapsang Souchong - China
Strong, robust, smoky tea produced by withering and drying over
open fires of pine. Made from the larger souchong leaf.
Ginseng, peppermint & licorice teamed with a Chinese black tea
deliver a smooth, velvet taste that relaxes & encourages
Big fruity flavor. A full-bodied favorite.
The tangible enticement of coconut, and the robust body of
This densely aromatic and flavorful tea showcases the best of two
popular infusions (tea and chocolate). Offers hints of vanilla,
accompanied by rooibos and black tea, to beautifully escort
the chocolate into a fine finish and delicate linger. Includes
trace bits of almond.
Sumptuous, graceful and inviting. A tea that kindles elegant
evenings, sweet thoughts, and long walks. Beautiful bouquet
with a distinct chocolatey taste coupling the vanilla, finished
with full red color, rich palate and distinct memory.
Stunningly energetic tea, combines the lush tropical richness and
colors of such flavors as peach, apple, mango, orange, and guava.
Stunning to see, touch, smell and taste.
Mango Ceylon Organic-Sri
Fine ceylon leaf combined with a sweet aromatic mango. Deliciously
refreshing afternoon tea or summer iced tea.
Just Peachy Organic-India
The delectable sweetness of peaches coupled with fine Indian black
Earl Grey- Bergamot/Black
The traditional bergamot beverage enjoyed by millions around the
world. A redolent tea, fine anytime of the day.
Diva Grey- Bergamot/Black
Classic Earl Grey infused with rose petals.
Blackberry Sage - Sri Lanka/China
The soft taste and aroma of fresh blackberries is experienced with
the first sip of this fruity tea. A subtle undertone of
cool white sage adds a breathy, balanced finish. A tea for sipping
Ginger Peach Decaf - Sri Lanka/China
This tea offers the sweet lushness of fancy peach, seasoned with
the tingle of spicy ginger.
Vanilla Almond - China
The smoothness of real Madagascar vanilla beans takes over the
first sip of this tea, sweetening the cup. A nutty almond
note follows, which sends it soaring into the realm of dessert. Try
topping some with a strong brew with steamed milk for a tea
Cinnamon, Cloves, Cardamom, Ginger, & Rooibos.Warm, spicy,
and caffeine free.
Cinnamon, Cloves, Cardamom, Vanilla, & Black Tea
Chocolaty, spicy, warm and deep. A nice complement to
Tea is basket tossed after
withering. There is no steaming, as the enzymes need to remain
active. Basket tossing bruises the edges and exposes the leaf’s
enzymes to oxygen, initiating oxidation. Oxidation is the process
that results in the flavor profiles of oolong & black tea.
After partial oxidation, the leaf is then pan fired.
Iron Goddess of Mercy-China
A beautiful curled leaf that produces a lovely, fragrant amber
liquid. Tender, peachy notes intermingle with nutty
Oolong - Taiwan
Large Formosa Oolong spiced with ginger.
White Tea is
picked, withered, and bake-dried.
Pai Mu Tan/Rose Petals
Dry, sweet, and aromatic.
Smooth and flowery with a hint of earthiness. Make it with a
light temperature and low steeping time. Superb as an evening
tea and for those philosophers among us.
Tea is picked, and then
steamed to neutralize active enzymes. After steaming, the leaf is
withered and manipulated to achieve the desired leaf
Ceremonial grade Japanese green tea powder. Milled to a super
Fresh, sweet, vegetal notes, refreshing and cooling. A true gem
from the country of ceremony and perfection. Bright green color,
full of energy with a comforting fragrance that reassures you like
a wide-open meadow.
Temple of Heaven-China
Made in the pearl or gunpowder tradition, hand rolled into tiny
pellets that unfurl into long green banners of satisfaction. A
mild, fresh tea with a clean palate.
Flavored & Scented
A traditional scented pouching. This melodic coupling of fragrant
petals & light, sweet tea produces a palate for
- Garden of
Apple, Mango, & Green Tea
The apple viewed in certain cultures as an offering of hospitality,
the mango seen as a fruit of virility, and green tea known for
Papaya, Pineapple, & Green Tea
Deep, broad and rewarding, lush green tea combined with the
exciting pineapple and papaya. Brings energy of thought &
momentum to initiative.
- Passion &
Passion Fruit & Green Tea
The fresh taste of sencha leaf combined with the sensuous passion
fruit. Evocative of moments & energy in thought. Drink
from early afternoon through the evening.
- Head of
Hibiscus loaded with vitamin C mixed with bancha green tea; a
Gunpowder green tea leaves blended with peppermint.
Tisanes (herbal teas) are not
actually tea (camellia sinensis) but herbs, spices, or fruit. Most
tisanes are caffeine-free.
Apple, cinnamon, cloves,
cardamom, mango, ginger
A warm, fragrant infusion of spices and fruit reminiscent of
traditional mulled cider.
Pure fruit! Excellent for children. Sweet & full of flavor– try
it hot or iced.
You can’t fake great taste!
This chocolate treat is also calorie free. Contains trace bits of
Sweet tart sensation of flavor, with a beautiful open flower that
nestles in the bottom of your cup. Just drop one or two whole
buds and top with hot water. Sweeten with honey if you like,
or enjoy the color and spectacle on its own.
The big green leaves produce an unusually full-bodied herbal yellow
liquid with a wonderful aroma. A great after dinner
Classic mint leaves, pure and unadulterated, use as a
Strawberry & Hibiscus
Sweet, sharp, and enticing, a pairing that is both complementary
and antagonistic. Wonderful hot or iced with a distinctive taste
that leads the heart to beat a little faster.
This tisane is a mixture of rosehips, hibiscus, and raspberry that
produce a great tasting tea with a beautiful ruby red color.
An earthy South African herb that translates to “Red Bush”.
Smooth and mellow.
Loaded with vitamin C! Fill your cup with a generous teaspoon and
allow to steep longer than 5 minutes. Keep a thermos of hot
water nearby to top off your cup. You might like to sweeten
this tart cup.
Orange & Pear
The aggressive notes of blood oranges softened by the suggestive
sweetness of pear.
This rich and flavorful tea combines chunks of fruit, which result
in a brilliant red brew with bold fruity taste.
Whole Egyptian flowers and French lavender. Soothing and
fragrant, hints of apple & honey.