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  1. Lung Ching (Dragonwell)

    Lung Ching (Dragonwell)

    $19.99/lb.

    Flat leaves with a clear, sweet, yellow brew, lingering mellow taste, and expansive earthy aroma Learn More
  2. Japanese Sencha

    Japanese Sencha

    17.99 /lb.

    Sencha is an elegant, flat, dark-green leaves yielding a fragrant, aromatic cup with a refreshing flavor. Learn More
  3. Gen Mai Cha

    Gen Mai Cha

    $15.99 /lb.

    Sencha with roasted rice and popped corn. It is a hearty tea with a slightly salty, grainy taste that is filling as well as quenching. Learn More
  4. Chamomile

    Chamomile

    $20.99 /lb.

    Chamomile is known for being a calming and soothing herbal tea, its' fragrance is sweet and light. Today, chamomile is used to help relieve indigestion, nausea, and insomnia. Learn More
  5. Licorice Spice Black

    Licorice Spice Black

    $17.99 /lb.

    Fine Black tea flavored with licorice and cinnamon oil, which gives it a slightly sweet flavor. Learn More
  6. Vanilla Black

    Vanilla Black

    $24.99 /lb.

    Full-leaf black tea with finest grade Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla and vanilla pieces. Learn More
  7. Irish Breakfast

    Irish Breakfast

    $17.99 /lb.

    This Irish Breakfast tea is a blend of Assam, Ceylon, and China Black. The aroma reflects the heartiness of the Assam as well as the smoothness and slightly citrusy taste of the Ceylon. Learn More
  8. Darjeeling TGFOP

    Darjeeling TGFOP

    $19.99 /lb.

    Darjeeling is a smooth, light tea that is very aromatic with sweet, fruity, muscatel notes. Learn More
  9. Assam TGFOP

    Assam TGFOP

    $18.99 /lb.

    Has a strong, full flavored taste. Brews a dark golden infusion. Stimulating morning tea. Rich, full-bodied satisfying cup. Learn More
  10. Lapsang Souchong

    Lapsang Souchong

    $15.99 /lb.

    Its assertively smoky flavor makes the Lapsang Souchong the most distinctive of the black teas. The flavor is derived from the drying of leaves in the smoke of pinewood. The resulting teas are rich and dark red in color. Learn More

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