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  1. Digestion Tea
    Eases abdominal discomfort and assists in healthy digestion.

    Tip: Completely chew your food. Clean out your fridge throwing out any expired products or processed foods. Chop and clean vegetables for quick healthy snacks. Create an eating schedule that works for you and your lifestyle. Reduce sugar, fats and processed foods that have hidden chemicals as they slow down digestion and create stomach pain.

    Ingredients: peppermint, pu’erh tea, ginger root, lemongrass, meadowsweet, marshmallow leaf, lemon balm, fennel, chamomile.

    Caffeine Level: Low

    Brewing: 1 tsp of loose leaf tea. Boil water to 212f. Pour 6-8 oz. over tea and steep for 6 min. Learn More
  2. 200g Tin
    Sprightly fresh fruit character that conjures memories of tiny flavourful blueberries. The aroma offers a wonderful taste experience.

    Ingredients: Rooibos, Apple, Elderberry, Currant pieces, Cornflower, Hibiscus, Natural flavours.

    Caffeine level: Caffeine Free

    Brewing: 6-8 oz boiling water 212f, 1 tsp of loose leaf tea, steep for 3.-6 minutes. Learn More
  3. 200g Tin
    A luxurious combination of Pu'erh tea and chocolate - sweet, rich and decadent. Our Chocolate Pu'erh is made with wild-harvested tea leaves fermented and ripened into an earthy black tea. Rich in antioxidants, this hearty and healthy Pu'erh tea is decadence in a cup. Due to Puerh's rich flavour steeping is quick and full bodied.

    Suggested Pairings: It tastes great on its own, with milk or even a splash of Bailey's Irish Creme

    Ingredients:Pu'erh Tea and Chocolate Cocoa Nibs

    Caffeine level: high

    Brewing:1 tsp of tea with 8oz of boiling water. This is a very rich tea only needs 30 second steep. You will also get 5-6 steeps out of this blend. Learn More
  4. 200g Tin
    A smooth five year aged tea from China's Yunnan province which exhibits hints of earth and malt. The relatively high humidity from inside the dark cave where this Pu-erh was aged has mellowed its elemental character in comparison to a younger 1 year aged tea.

    Suggested Pairings: Pairs well with rich fatty foods, cheese and chocolate.

    Caffeine: High

    Ingredients: Golden Pu'erh Tea Leaves

    Brewing: 1 heaping tsp of loose leaf tea, for 7-9 oz of water in the teapot. Pour freshly boiled water over the tea. Steep 3-7 min. You may get a few more infusions with this tea so go light on the first brew. It gets better each brew as the leaves open up. Learn More
  5. 170g Tin
    This Oolong is our staff favorite. Grown in the Wuyi Mountains of China, the tea plants grow at an altitude of 1500-4000 feet above sea level. This oolong is often referred to as "premium Oolong with sweet milk and light orchid notes peeking out from the camellia depth". Make sure you make multiple infusions with this Oolong as it tends to get better with every infusion. The milky flavour is a result of sudden change of temperature during harvest.

    Suggested Pairings: This Oolong is ideal with pork or spiced chicken or fruity, earthy desserts, spiced tea breads, basil and stone fruits.

    Ingredients: Oolong Tea


    Brewing: 1 tsp , 7-9 ounces, 212 F, 1 mins

    *Lightly infuse tea with freshly boiled water then rinse off. Re-infuse the tea and pour
    after about 1 minute steep.
    *May get a few infusions
    *Milk and sugar not recommended Learn More
  6. 200g Tin
    A delicate Chinese Oolong from Fujian province with hints of orchids. The semi fermentation of this tea gives it a little more body than a green tea but less body than a black tea. A cup to be enjoyed in quiet moments.

    Suggested Pairings: Iron Goddess pairs especially well with pork and with spicy or smoky foods, fruits, caramel, and chocolate.

    Ingredients: Chinese Oolong Tea Leaves (Ti Kuan Yin)

    Caffeine Level: Medium

    Brewing: 1 tsp of loose leaf tea with 6-9 oz of lightly boiled water. 185F to 195F steep 2-3 min. Leaves will open up for a 2nd and 3rd infusion. Learn More
  7. 250g Tin
    Dong Ti, Dung Ting, Dong Ding — The Frozen Peak. This tea has a powerful bouquet of lilac, vanilla and clover honey. It is the oldest of Taiwan oolongs. It's the green type oolong, which means only slightly fermented. Leaves are coiled into irregular balls, and they offer light-green, almost yellow-green brew of full and expressive flourish sweet taste with balanced grassy tones.

    Suggested Pairings: All oolongs make ideal food pairings, both within and alongside, as their lingering finishes will marry well with chosen accompaniments. The sweet finish of oolong can pair beautifully with lightly spicy or curried foods, smoked foods, shellfish, buttery desserts, and fresh fruit.

    Ingredients: Oolong Tea

    Caffeine: Medium

    Brewing: 1 tsp , 7-9 ounces, 212 F, 1 mins

    *Lightly infuse tea with freshly boiled water then rinse off. Re-infuse the tea and pour after about 1 minute steep.
    *May get a few infusions
    *Milk and sugar not recommended Learn More
  8. 120g Tin
    A robust blend of South American Maté, lemongrass and spearmint. This invigorating blend of green mate, a national drink of Brazil and Argentina, is enjoyed as a pick me up at any time of the day. The blend owes its energizing character to mateine, a caffeine-like compound present in the leaves. Yerba Mate should leave you feeling alert, without the negative results caffeine can sometimes produce.

    Suggested Pairings: Pairs well with morning pastries: raisin bran muffins, croissants with lots of butter, waffles and pancakes. This blended with lemongrass and spearmint coolness is a nice pick me up for a great start to your day.

    Ingredients:Green Maté, Lemongrass, Spearmint Leaves, Ginseng, Gingko, Nettle Leaves, Cornflower Petals, Calendula Petals, Sunflower Petals

    Caffeine level:High

    Brewing:1 tsp of tea with 6-9 oz of water. 212F (Steep 3-5 min) Learn More
  9. 90g Tin
    A mellow vegetal aroma with a smooth, lingering sweet finish.

    Suggested Pairings: Works wonders to clear the pallet between meal courses. It also works as a digestive after meals. Try adding sugar for a Moroccan-style treat!

    Ingredients:Peppermint Leaves

    Caffeine level: Caffeine-Free

    Brewing:1 tsp of tea per one 7-9 oz of boiling water, 212F (Steep 5.10 min) Learn More
  10. 200g Tin
    A refreshing blend of orange and pineapple flavours creates a summertime cooler or a wintertime summer reminder.

    Suggested Pairings:For formal occasions, garnish the glass with a strawberry and a sprig of mint. And for the kids, Citrus Splash popsicles and ice cubes are great treats that contain very little sugar.

    Ingredients: Apple Pieces, Orange Pieces, Rose Hip, Hibiscus Petals, Natural Flavours

    Caffeine level: Caffeine Free

    Brewing:1 tsp of herb and fruit blend to 7-9 oz boiling water. Steep for 5-10 min. Garnish and sweeten to taste. Learn More
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