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  • Yunnan Tea Brick

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    This decorative brick of compressed Yunnan black tea makes a great display and conversation piece. This was the most commonly produced and used form of tea in ancient China prior to the Ming Dynasty. This type of tea was compressed into brick form for ease of travel across the land. The teas was broken off the brick and then added to boiling water to brew. Each brick is approximately 4 ½ inches tall by 7 ½ inches wide. Brewing Tips: The Yunnan Tea Brick should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a rolling boil (205-212° F). Using a small knife, break off enough tea to brew. Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. The Yunnan Brick tea should be steeped for 4-5 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy! Learn More
    $24.00

  • Young Hyson Green

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    A very light China green tea, Hyson makes a smooth and delicately sweet flavored cup when brewed. Young Hyson Green was our first green tea offering decades ago and has quickly become our most popular green tea selection. Hyson is prepared from young, thin green tea leaves and has a notably twisted leaf with a pale green hue.

    Brewing Tips: Our Young Hyson Green tea should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a boil and then allowed to cool for 1 minute (170-180° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. Our Young Hyson Green tea should be steeped for 2-3 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy!

    How Much Tea Do I Need? 1 pound of loose leaf tea will make approximately 160 cups of brewed tea 8 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 80 cups of brewed tea 4 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 40 cups of brewed tea
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  • Yin Hao Jasmine

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    This magnificently made and scented Jasmine is considered one of China's finest teas. The finest pouchong tea is blended and scented with fragrant flowers and defies description with its smooth flavor and heady aroma. You will not want to waste a drop of this special tea.

    Brewing Tips: Our Yin Hao Jasmine tea should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a point just short of boiling (190-200° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. Yin Hao Jasmine tea should be steeped for 3-4 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy!

    How Much Tea Do I Need? 1 pound of loose leaf tea will make approximately 160 cups of brewed tea 8 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 80 cups of brewed tea 4 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 40 cups of brewed tea
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  • Yerba Mate Herbal

    This South American herb brews up into an energizing green liquor. Rich in vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, this unique cut-leaf herb is perfect any time of the day.

    Brewing Tips: Our Yerba Mate Herbal should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a boil and then allowed to cool for 1 minute (170-180° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. Yerba Mate Herbal tea should be steeped for 2-3 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy!

    How Much Tea Do I Need? 1 pound of loose leaf tea will make approximately 160 cups of brewed tea 8 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 80 cups of brewed tea 4 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 40 cups of brewed tea
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  • Victorian Afternoon

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    Created over 15 years ago and previously sold as a private label blend for the Elizabethan Club of Yale University, we are pleased to offer this original black tea blend to our customers as our Victorian Afternoon tea blend. This vibrant blend of Indian, Sri Lankan and Formosan teas is further complemented by a slightly smoky character. It yields a dark, reddish cup with a sparkling liquor when brewed. Brewing Tips: Our Victorian Afternoon tea should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a rolling boil (205-212° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. Victorian Afternoon tea should be steeped for 4-5 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy!
    How Much Tea Do I Need? 1 pound of loose leaf tea will make approximately 160 cups of brewed tea 8 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 80 cups of brewed tea 4 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 40 cups of brewed tea
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  • Vanilla Black

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    This flavored black tea is a fruity blend of Ceylon black tea, vanilla bean pieces and natural essence of pure vanilla.

    Brewing Tips: Our Vanilla Flavored Black tea should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a rolling boil (205-212° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the boiling water over the tea leaves. Vanilla Flavored Black tea should be steeped for 4-5 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. Decant and enjoy!

    How Much Tea Do I Need? 1 pound of loose leaf tea will make approximately 160 cups of brewed tea 8 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 80 cups of brewed tea 4 ounces of loose leaf tea will make approximately 40 cups of brewed tea
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  • Typhoo (80 Teabags)

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    We are pleased to bring you one of England’s most popular teas. Known for its heritage and quality, their tea buyers and blenders carefully select only the finest tea leaves to ensure great taste, quality and freshness from every cup of Typhoo. Typhoo is produced from Ceylon, Assam and Kenyan teas sourced from the finest growing areas around the world. Learn More
    $10.50

  • Typhoo (4.4 oz Loose Tea Box)

    We are pleased to bring you one of England’s most popular teas. Known for its heritage and quality, their tea buyers and blenders carefully select only the finest tea leaves to ensure great taste, quality and freshness from every cup of Typhoo. Typhoo is produced from Ceylon, Assam and Kenyan teas sourced from the finest growing areas around the world. Learn More
    $5.35

  • Tulsi Ayurvedic Herbal - 15 ct. Teabag

    Our blenders have created an uplifting blend of Holy Basil (know as Tulsi), spearmint, rosehips, lemon myrtle and linden flowers. This mixture of fine herbs will help to purify and clean your mind and soul. Learn More
    $8.50

  • Tropicana Iced Tea Blend

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    Our Tropicana iced tea blend is a flavorful blend of Ceylon tea, tropical flavoring and flower pieces. When iced, it makes a great cup of smooth and fruity tea that will cool you down during the most extreme heat.

    Brewing Tips: To make a great tasting glass of iced tea, brew one quart of cold, filtered water for every 6 tea bags or 6 teaspoons of loose tea used. Remember that you make iced tea stronger than regular hot tea to compensate for ice dilution. Once the water has come to a boil, pour it directly over the tea and steep Green Teas for 3 minutes and Black Teas for 5 minutes. Remove the teabags or strain the loose tea out of the teapot. Let the brewed tea cool down to room temperature before adding ice. Chilling the tea after it has cooled helps keep the brew’s appearance clear. If your chilled glass of iced tea clouds, try slicing some citrus fruit and adding it to the glass. Since they make a nice garnish, many iced tea drinkers will add lemons, limes, oranges and even grapefruit slices. These fruits are high in acid and will help balance the tea’s PH level, thus making it visually clearer. If tea clouds immediately following brewing, lower the water’s brewing temperature.

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