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English Breakfast Spicy Chai Strawberry Lemongrass
English Breakfast
Our Price: $6.00
Spicy Chai
Our Price: $6.50
Strawberry Lemongrass
Our Price: $7.50

Our classic take on the time-less English Breakfast tea. This artisanal tea is exclusively blended in our shop using predominately our Mokalbari East Assam with a dash of tea from the Kaporet estate in Kenya.

The results of these two teas give a robust mellow brew, that handles milk and sugar well, and is perfect for, well, breakfast!

Breakfast teas have long been popular brew in both this country and in the UK. Our English Breakfast containing both Indian tea as well as Kenyan tea, offers a classic more traditional brew than is found elsewhere. The robust nature of the Kenyan tea, with the classic malty caramel taste of the Assam, make a rich drink that will help you to take on the day.

One of the classics, chai is a staple in South Asia. While the best chai are those that are made from scratch, sometimes its nice to have all the ingredients blended together before hand!

This chai has quite the bite to it, with extra ginger and aniseed, along with the classics of cinnamon, peppercorns, cloves, and chicory roots. All on a strong Indian black tea base. Chai is traditionally served with milk and sugar. Perfect for the autumn and winter; or iced in the summer!

This flavored herbal infusion combines the tart citrus notes of lemongrass with the sweet taste of strawberries. Mellowed with marigold blossoms; this medley of flavors comes together in a very unique tropical brew. Sun-dried lemongrass with freeze dried strawberries provide the perfect compliment to one another. Great hot or iced!

One of our favorite summer drinks; try adding freshly bruised mint leaves and sweeten to desired strength. For a more adult drink, try adding an extra sweetened version of this to a mojito with freshly cut strawberries and blueberries.

Earl Grey
Earl Grey
Our Price: $8.50
The British were not the first to blend citrus with tea. The Chinese had been doing this centuries before either tea or citrus made it to the Mediterranean. However Earl Grey is characterized by the unique use of bergamont. This tart sour orange relative, provides the perfect taste to match with tea. Good bergamont oil is difficult to find, which is why we relay upon Anteaques tea shop in the UK to source this tea for us, so that this distinctly British tea can be the true representation of Earl Grey.

This Earl Grey is made using Assam and Chinese black teas, as the recipe would have called for in the mid-1800's.

(We are proud to source this tea from Anteaques in Edinburgh, Scotland)