Earl Gray combines full-bodied organic black tea with natural oil of bergamot. Deeply layered and delightfully citrusy.
Irish breakfast Marries two full-bodied organic black teas for a well-rounded malty and rich brew.
Singell Darjeeling a golden brew with a fragrant, honey-like flavor profile.
Assam Banaspaty bold, black tea with a multi-finish from the Darjeeling and Assam regions of India.
Classic Chai combines robust spices with a base of malty Assam black tea.
Yunnan Shai Hong sun-dried, robust, malty tea with a woody flavor. (Limited time)
Dunsandle Nilgiri layered with the essence of the Nilgiri mountains of SE India (Limited time)
Peach Apricot Essence black tea & peach and apricot essence (Limited time)
Decaf French Vanilla a robust base of decaf black tea with creamy carob and sweet vanilla.
Earl Gray decaf citrus undertones and floral top notes- add some lavenderfor a Lady Grey.
Decaf black robust, full-bodied brew as rich as its caffeinated counterpart.
Pu-ehr Black from Yunnan Province China this rich, fragrant tea has a mellow finish. Pu-ehr is
fermented after drying and rolling the leaves.
Longrun 826 Pu’ehr is left to fully oxidize for up to 40 days in a hot and humid environment before firing, creating a dark, earthy infusion. (Limited time)
Mountain Copper Oolong robust, wine-like base with a buttery finish.
Qi Lan Oolong known for its long, wiry, curling tea leaf shape, Qilan offers a deep, woodsy flavor profile (Limited time)
Imperial Green An antioxidant-rich pure green tea with a light flavor and crisp finish.
Mei Tan Cui Ya slightly oxidized. Sweet, fresh fragrance and gentle taste from Guizhou, China. (Limited time)
ZiYang Green a selenium enriched, top quality green tea. (Limited time)
Rooibos (Tisane) a robust earthy brew with sweet top notes from the cape province of the South Africa.
Peppermint an ancient aromatic herb of the mint family. Blends well with Assam or Irish Breakfast.
Ginger Spice Organic ginger, lemongrass, licorice root, peppermint and black pepper.
Tulsi Signature Spice combines mint, citrus and various spices with three varieties of Tulsi.
Lavender can be enjoyed alone but most often is added to black teas for a softer taste.
Mountain Mornings the perfect blend of lemon and peppermint with a floral base of chamomile and lavender.
Herbal Seasons combines cinnamon and citrus with a base of hibiscus flowers to create a festive, ruby red brew. (Limited time)
Rosehips tangy fruit of the rose flower. Try alone or combine with another tea (Limited time)
Rose Petals combine them with any other tea or enjoy alone (Limited time)
Garden Harvest Organic orange and lemon peel, chamomile, rosehips, hibiscus, cloves, cinnamon and corn flowers. (Limited time)
Decaf Chai warm and soothing black tea, citrus, and spice served with milk and chai sugar. It’s like a bubble bath with no one knocking on the door.
Decaf South African Chai (Tisane) naturally sweet with a hint of spice- like playing cards with Grandma.
Decaf Herbal Chai (Tisane) a natural brew of red rooibos, organic herbs, and a masala of spices. Refreshing and light- think talking with an old friend.
Ginger Black Chai the perkiness of organic herbs and ginger with the smooth honey base of Darjeeling.
Decaf Orange Rooibos Spice (Tisane) Christmas in July- summery citrus and a cinnamon finish.
Monarch green tea, orange peel, and chai spices. Light, aromatic. Fancy sailing away to the stars?
Peace Treaty a unique blend of organic oolong, green, and lavender offers a strong inhale and a smooth exhale.
Tiger a mixture of Chinese Pu-ehr and Indian Darjeeling with a hint of orange peel. A day at the lake: peaceful, yet simultaneously energetic.
Decaf Tulsi Red (Tisane) a sweet, spicy blend of Rooibos and Tulsi. It’s your first kiss in the tea romance.
Decaf Daydreaming (Tisane) a mellow, relaxing herbal brew with a floral aroma. Great for an afternoon snack but not for O Chem study sessions.
Chai Sugar House Blend our own recipe of spices including cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and cloves. Add to herbal teas or black tea with milk. Do it for your own good.