Includes each of the following:
Winter Pine (Winter Solstice Temporarily Out)
Holiday colors of red peppercorn and golden oranges make for a festive cup of green tea. This tea combination of smoothly sweet almond and refreshing orange will tickle the tastebuds.
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.
This fruity tea includes a special blend of warm, sweet raspberries and crisp, winter spices with a hint of velvety whipped cream. The perfect cold weather tea to sip while watching the sun go down. Sultanas, hibiscus blossoms, ginger cubes (sugar, ginger, acidifying agent: citric acid), elderberries, Ceylon cinnamon, cinnamon rods, natural flavoring, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, freeze-dried whole raspberries, blackcurrants, blueberries.
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