The Basics

All teas come from the tea plant, Camellia Sinensis. The character of each tea is determined by which variety of the tea plant it came from, the region it was grown in, and the way it was processed after harvest.

Rooibos (pronounced ROY-bos), also sometimes called red tea, is technically not a tea at all but may be referred to as a tea because of the steeping process used to make it. It is made from the leaves of a broom-like bush native to South Africa and is naturally caffeine-free.

Herbal teas, like rooibos, are not actually teas but infusions that are known as tisanes. Most herbal teas are also inherently caffeine-free.


-Black Tea-

Black teas undergo the longest oxidation process before drying, giving them a deep color and complex flavor. Black teas have a high caffeine content, equal to a bit less than half that of coffee.

  • Assam* – Origin: India

    Full-bodied with a robust, slightly malty flavor.


  • Ceylon – Origin: Sri Lanka

  • Lumbini Estate

    Full-bodied, deep flavor with notes of spice.

  • Thotulagala Estate*

    Medium-bodied, brisk flavor with notes of citrus.


  • Darjeeling – Origin: India

    “The Champagne of tea”. Thin-bodied with a clean, floral flavor and aroma.


  • Empire Keemun (English Breakfast) – Origin: China

    “The Burgundy of tea”. Medium-bodied, deep rich flavor with notes of malt and smoke.


  • Yorkshire Gold – Origin: India, Kenya, Rwanda

    Full-bodied with a dark, rich, malty flavor.

 -Oolong Tea-

Oolong teas are less oxidized than black teas, but more oxidized than green teas, giving them a perfect balance of lightness and complexity.

  • Golden Osmanthus – Origin: China

    Medium-bodied with a distinct fresh floral flavor and aroma.


-Green Tea-

While generally lighter in color and flavor than black teas, there is a huge range of character to be found between the different varieties of green tea. Green tea typically has about half the caffeine content of black tea. 

  • Dragonwell – Origin: China

    Medium-bodied with a pleasantly toasty, nutty flavor.


  • Gunpowder – Origin: China

    Full-bodied with a lightly smoky flavor.


  • Houjicha – Origin: Japan

    Deep roasted flavor and color with hints of caramel. Low caffeine content.


  • Sencha – Origin: Japan

    Medium-bodied with a lightly earthy, sweet flavor and hints of citrus.


  • White Eagle – Origin: China

    Full-bodied with mild astringency, notes of honey and orchid.

-White Tea-

White teas are dried without any additional oxidation or processing. They consist only of young leaves and buds of the Camellia Sinensis plant. They have the highest concentrations of antioxidants and the lowest concentrations of caffeine.

  • White Peony – Origin: China

    Mild and refreshing with pronounced notes of honey and nectar.

-Flavored Teas-

Flavored teas are blended with fruits, herbs, spices, flower petals, or flavor extracts in any number of combinations to compliment and accentuate tea’s naturally delicious taste.


  • Almond Happiness – Almond, Coconut, and Chocolate.

  • Angels Flight – Boysenberry and Coconut.

  • Autumn Haze – Blueberry and Cranberry.

  • Autumn in Como Park – Cranberry, Mango, Papaya, and Passionfruit.

  • Autumn Leaf - Blackberry, Cornflower and Sunflower Petals.

  • Avalon Blend – Rose Petal w/ hints of Cherry.

  • Black Forest – Cranberry, White Chocolate.

  • Blueberry Fields – Dried blueberries, Blueberry Flavor, and Blue Flowers.

  • Blue Lady – Strawberry, Kiwi, and Coconut.

  • Butterscotch Caramel Toffee

  • Caramel Pear – Black Tea with Caramel and Pear Flavors.

  • Caribbean Tango – Mango, Passionfruit, Papaya, Coconut.

  • Chai – Ginger Root, Cinnamon, Cardamom Pods

  • China Rose Petal – Chinese Black Tea with Rose Petals.

  • Chocolate Mint Crème – Black Tea with Chocolate and Peppermint

  • Chocolate Raspberry Truffle – Chocolate and Raspberry Flavor.

  • Earl Grey – Bergamot Oil.

  • Gingerbread Crème – Black Tea with Gingerbread Flavor.

  • Ginger Peach – Ginger and Peach Flavor.

  • Holiday Cheer* – Cinnamon, Clove, Orange Peel, Ginger, Mint, and Cardamom.

  • Lady Mary – Chocolate, Crème de Menthe.

  • Lemon Drop – Lemon, Vanilla, and Licorice.

  • Lemon Solstice – Lemongrass, Lemon, Almond, Strawberry, Blackberry.

  • Lady Londonderry – Strawberry and Lemon Balm.

  • Mango Tango – Mango and Calendula Petals.

  • Misty Thursday – Raspberry and Coconut.

  • Moon over Madagascar – Vanilla Bean.

  • Orange Blossom – Orange Peel, Orange Oil, and Orange Blossom.

  • Pumpkin Crème – Pumpkin Spice

  • Raspberry – Black Tea with Raspberry Flavor.

  • Raspberry Pomegranate – Raspberry and Pomegranate Flavor.

  • Royal Wedding – Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry.

  • Snickerdoodle – Crème Brulee Flavor and Cinnamon.

  • Spice – Clove, Orange Peel, Orange Oil, Cinnamon Oil.





  • Apricot – Apricot Flavor.

  • Earl Grey – Ceylon Black Tea and Bergamot Oil.

  • Ginger Peach – Ripe Peach and Mild Ginger Flavors.

  • Mango – Mango Flavor.




  • Prairie Passion – Papaya, Rosehip, Passionfruit, Sunflower Petals

  • Prince of Wales – Black Currant, Cornflower and Safflower Petals



  • Strawberry  - Chinese Oolong Tea with Strawberry Flavor.



  • Charlie Chan Cha* – Cinnamon, Ginger, Mint, Lemon, and Clove

  • Jasmine – Chinese Green Tea and Jasmine Petals.

  • Kyoto Cherry Rose Festival – Rose Petals and Natural Cherry Flavor.

  • Mandarin Orange – Orange and Mango.

  • Mango – Sencha Green Tea with Mango flavor and Sunflower Petals.

  • Moroccan Mint – Sencha Green Tea and Spearmint.

  • Peach –  Green Tea and Peach Flavor.

  • Pear – Green Tea and Pear Flavor.

  • Pomegranate – Green Tea with Pomegranate Flavor.

  • Strawberry – Green Tea and Strawberry Flavor.



  • Machu-Peachu – Peach Pieces, Peach Flavor, and Calendula Petals.




  • Apricot

    Rooibos and Apricot Flavor.

  • Chocolate Safari

    Chocolate and Vanilla.

  • Georgia Peach

    Peach Flavor, Blackberry Leaves and Calendula Petals.

  • Montana Gold

    Cinnamon, Orange Peel, and Clove.

  • Orange Blossom

    Rooibos and Orange Blossom Flavor.

  • Toothless Tiger Chai

    Cardamom, Ginger, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Clove.

  • Vanilla Thrilla

    Rooibos and Vanilla Flavor.


-Herbal Infusions-

  • Bumblefruit 

    Apple, Rosehip, Orange Pieces, Hibiscus, Cornflower and Rose Petals, Blackberry Leaves.

  • Chamomile

  • Evening in Missoula

    Chamomile, Rosehips, Peppermint, Spearmint, Wintergreen, Red Clover, Passion Flower, Star Anise, Wild Cherry Bark, Lemon Peel, Lavender, Stevia, Raspberry, Papaya, and Blackberry Leaves.


  • Fruits of the Plains

    Wild Cherry Bark, Orange and Lemon Peel, Raspberry, Lemon, and Blackberry Leaves.

  • Koh Samet Sun*

    Lemongrass, Ginger, and Orange Peel

  • Lavender*

  • Peppermint*

  • Red Berries

    Apple, Elderberry, Currant, Rosehip, Blackberry, Raspberry, Hibiscus, and Sour Cherry.