Today’s Tea Menu – From Chile to China – November 2014

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Today the tea box includes a variety of typical and hard to find (some organic) teas from around the world.

From Bigelow Tea we have Sweet Dreams (chamomile/mint) herbal tea and classic Green Tea.

From Twinings we feature China Oolong Tea.

Recently in from Italy, we’re pouring two types of Pompadour Tea:  Malva Flower Tea (mild, blue colored) and Fennel Tea (often used to alleviate gas).

From Wissotzky Tea‘s Signature Collection, we have Imperial Early Gray Tea (black).

We have several teas from Celestial Seasonings, who boasts 100% natural teas: Sleepytime Decaf Lemon Jasmine Green TeaDecaf Mint Green Tea (with white tea), and the seasonal, holiday special, Candy Cane Lane (green tea with peppermint).

From Téga Organic Teas, fair trade & USDA organic, we offer Pure Red Rooibos (South African red tea).

From Tazo Tea, we’re showcasing Zen (green tea with lemongrass & spearmint) and Cucumber White (white tea with cucumber & lime). All Tazo teas are certified USDA organic.

From Numi Organic Tea, fair trade, organic, we have Maté Lemon (South American Yerba maté green tea with Australian lemon myrtle) and Jasmine Green.

 

Recently in from Canada, by Asiatica is Organic Rooibos Morning Star Tea (red tea with lemongrass and more).

From Mighty Leaf Tea, whole leaf teas in compostable packaging, we have Organic Spring Jasmine (Chinese green tea with Arabian Jasmine buds).

From Teavana, we’re serving Monkey Picked Oolong Tea.

From Garden of the Andes, premium organic Chilean tea, we serve Lemon Verbena Tea.

From Traditional Medicinals we offer Green Tea Lemongrass.

Finally, from Argentina’s Chamana Herbal Infusion, we have Lovely (Rooibos red tea with vanilla, rose petals, lavender flowers and rosehips) and Alegra (now called Abrazo – Rooibos red with cinnamon and lemon).

We’d love to hear about your favorite, hard to find teas.

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About amy de simone
Amy is an active volunteer, traveler and photographer. She is interested in art, libraries, museums and nonprofits. She holds an M.A. in Library & Information Studies and a B.A. in Italian Language & Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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