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  • HU-KWA Tea - 4 oz. Tin

    4 Review(s)
    This size of Hu-Kwa Tea is packed in a small hinged lid gold tin adorned with a black, gold and red label. Product description and brewing instructions are printed on the back label.
    Brewing Suggestions

    In order to enjoy the unique flavor of your HU-KWA Tea, we recommend brewing using the instructions perfected by Mr. Wendell! Firstly, bring cold, filtered water 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. Allow your HU-KWA Tea to steep for 5-5 ½ minutes. Stir, and let the tea settle for about one-half minute. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. HU-KWA Tea is best appreciated when drunk clear. Milk or too much sugar compromises its delicate flavor. A little cream goes well but sugar should be used sparingly.

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    $9.75

  • HU-KWA Tea - 8 oz. Refill Bag

    4 Review(s)
    The 8 oz. Refill Bag packaging option can be used to refill an existing tin. Since it is made of high barrier foil with an attractive matte black finish, it can stand alone for tea storage.
    Brewing Suggestions

    In order to enjoy the unique flavor of your HU-KWA Tea, we recommend brewing using the instructions perfected by Mr. Wendell! Firstly, bring cold, filtered water 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. Allow your HU-KWA Tea to steep for 5-5 ½ minutes. Stir, and let the tea settle for about one-half minute. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. HU-KWA Tea is best appreciated when drunk clear. Milk or too much sugar compromises its delicate flavor. A little cream goes well but sugar should be used sparingly.

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    $15.00

  • HU-KWA Tea - 8 oz. Tin

    3 Review(s)
    This size of HU-KWA Tea is packed in a tall gold tin with slip lid, adorned with a black, gold and red label. Product description and brewing instructions are printed on the back label.
    Brewing Suggestions

    In order to enjoy the unique flavor of your HU-KWA Tea, we recommend brewing using the instructions perfected by Mr. Wendell! Firstly, bring cold, filtered water 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. Allow your HU-KWA Tea to steep for 5-5 ½ minutes. Stir, and let the tea settle for about one-half minute. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping. HU-KWA Tea is best appreciated when drunk clear. Milk or too much sugar compromises its delicate flavor. A little cream goes well but sugar should be used sparingly.

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    $17.00

  • HU-KWA Tea - Sample

    A sample size of Hu-Kwa Tea, suitable for making 3-4 cups of tea. Learn More
    $2.50

  • Huo Shan Yellow Sprouting

    1 Review(s)
    This rare yellow tea from China’s Anhui province is comprised of beautiful hand-crafted leaves and downy silver buds. This tea is notable for its rich, full and smooth tasting floral infusion. When brewed our Yellow Sprouting produces a naturally sweet and refreshingly clean tasting cup of tea.

    Brewing Tips: Huo Shan Yellow Sprouting tea should be made with cold, filtered water that has been brought to a rolling boil and then allowed to cool for a minute (170-180° F). Using one rounded teaspoon of loose tea or one teabag for each cup required, pour the water over the tea leaves. Yellow tea should be steeped for 1½-2 minutes. Once the ideal brewing time has been reached, the leaves should be removed to prevent further steeping.

    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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  • Iced Tea Blend

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    To produce a crisp, refreshing glass of iced tea, you need to start with a base tea formulated to brew up clean, clear and flavorful. With this in mind, we have created a special blend of Ceylon, China and Indonesian black teas that will make a refreshing glass of iced tea every time! This blend yields a full, rich flavor with superior clarity. You have never tasted black iced tea this amazing before!

    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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  • Imperial Gold Oolong

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    A masterfully crafted variation of a traditional Oolong, this tea has dark and light green twisted leaves that display distinct floral overtones. This tea’s aroma and delicate golden brew are sure to excite.

    Brewing Tips: Our Imperial Gold Oolong 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. Imperial Gold Oolong 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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  • Indar 8.75 oz. Loose Tea Tin

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    Imported from France, this special Boudoir blend was created in Odessa, Russia in 1887. A favorite for generations, Indar is an uplifting blend of select black teas from Ceylon, Assam and Darjeeling, delicately scented with oil of Bergamot to produce a superb cup. Learn More
    $24.00

  • Indonesian

    3 Review(s)
    An exquisite tea sourced from Indonesia's Kertasarie Estate, this is a favorite of those who love a strong and stimulating flavor in their cup. Indonesia's high altitudes, volcanic soil and tropical climate produce a dark and rich tasting tea that is truly unique.

    Brewing Tips: Our Indonesian 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. Indonesian 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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  • Irish Breakfast

    4 Review(s)
    Our unique blend of small and large leaf Assam teas has been a tea lover's favorite for years. Comprised of full-bodied Assam teas, our blend has been designed as a strong tea that will invigorate you in the morning and help you to start your day off right. When brewed, it produces a cup with a brisk flavor and an undertone of dark, richly fermented malt. Due to its strength, Irish Breakfast tea is commonly served with milk, but some prefer to drink it with lemon or sugar or straight.

    Brewing Tips: Irish Breakfast 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. Irish Breakfast 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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