Teas & Herbal Teas

  • Also called roselle. Sourced from North Africa, these hibiscus flowers are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.
  • A mix of long, stemmy, flat, and rolled leaves. Panfired green tea is a good basic green tea with a classic green tea taste.
  • Chinese black tea with marigold petals and hints of apricot
  • Description This is a straightforward and classic black tea from China. It brews a crisp and lightly sweet, earthy cup with a medium body. It is a great base for blending with other flavors, for chai blends, and for iced teas (as it does not cloud when chilled). This tea also takes the addition of cream and sugar well. Notes and Instructions Recommended brewing: 3-5 minutes at 190-209°F (87-98°C).
  • Yun Wu (Cloud Mist) green tea is a long curly leaf. Its flavor is grassy and vegetal. Great green tea for those wanting its antioxident richness.

    Notes and Instructions

    Recommended brewing: 2 minutes at 175-185°F (79-85°C).


    Organic yun wu green tea