Loose Tea

Loose teas to be enjoyed in the restaurant or for sale:

  • A Raspberry in ParisA Rooibos tea that has an elegant taste without any problems with caffeine. The aroma of this brew is as great as its taste.
  • Almond GentlemanAlmond flavored black tea that has a taste similar to amaretto. Milk adds a lot to the smooth flavor. 
  • Black and BlueberryBlack tea blend that tastes like it was just taken off the vine.
  • Blue Suede Shoes – Green Tea that is blue due to the addition of rosehip, raspberry, lemon, lime, white chocolate, red plum petals, and blue pea petals.
  •  ChamomileHerbal tea that has no caffeine. Light flowery taste that is great when you just need a calming cuppa. Don’t ask Laurie if this one is good (she hates it).
  • Champagne OolongAlso known as a semi-fermented tea. Oolongs have some of the qualities of black and green teas.
  • DarjeelingA black tea with a lightly fruity and somewhat nutty flavor. Darjeeling teas are grown at altitudes of 6,000 feet, and are often called the “Champagne of Tea”. Darjeeling has a very limited harvest period.
  • Earl GreyOurs is a wonderful Dutch delight. It is a black tea that is infused with bergamot oil to give it a lovely lemon flavor, but it will accept milk beautifully. We also offer it in decaf.
  • English BreakfastA light black tea that we have available in decaf as well.
  • FlorenceChocolatey!!! Nuff said. Milk and sugar bring out the flavor or it is great naked. That is the tea, not you.
  • Forty-Nine Shades – A sensuous Pu-Erh tea with a strong lusty black shade, although a surprising erotic light finish.
  • Garden Party A tea to be shared with good friends. It has the delicious floral notes reminiscent of an English Tea Rose garden.
  • Ginger Tea The smooth grade of ginger with an awesome grade of black tea. Ginger tea has been shown in studies to help with arthritis, as well as, weight loss. Although I have not noticed any weight loss since I have been drinking it with my Twinkies every afternoon.
  • Holiday DreamA heavenly blend of black tea with citrus peels, cloves, cinnamon, rose petals, almond bits, and genuine Bourbon pieces. Sweet-fruity taste with strong clove notes. (Santa’s favorite)
  • Ice-Wine TeaThis black tea is Laurie’s favorite. Infused with the grape flavor of Canadian Ice-wine.
  • Indian Cardamon – Black tea flavored with cardamon spice. Cardamon is the world’s third-most expensive spice. If you are wondering about the two other spices, they are saffron and vanilla.
  • Japanese Sencha Green tea with a smooth flavor. A favorite in Japanese Tea Ceremonies.
  • Lady Londonderry Black tea with a flowery and malty flavor. With hints of strawberry and lemon make this a wonderful afternoon tea.
  • Lemon Drop The name says it all! This is a green tea that is great for a cough, especially when combined with honey (and maybe liquor)
  • Lover’s Leap Young and brisk taste. Lover’s leap comes from the region in India called Dim bulla.
  • Madagascar Vanilla Black tea with the subtle taste of smooth vanilla from Madagascar, Africa. Nice with milk and sugar or all alone.
  • Masala ChaiSpicy tea with the flavors of masala, cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla. Perfect as a dessert tea. A favorite in India
  • Mint Tea A refreshing black tea with the cool taste of mint. We offer it iced as well.
  • Orient Express – Spicy cinnamon and sweet nutty almond give this herb and fruit tea a mysterious depth.
  • Peach CobblerBlack tea with the fresh taste of McBee Peaches.
  • Peppermint Pattie– Yep, it does taste like the candy. Especially if you add milk and sugar. It is yummy!!!!
  • Russian TeaOur very own recipe. Like the kind your mom made when you were a child. Orange in flavor and sweetened. Tastes like Christmas. (Did you think I was going to say chicken?)
  • Sunshine & ApricotsThe warmth of apricots blended with black tea for the perfect feel good remedy. Better than Prozac!!!
  • Top Hat TeaThe closest hot tea to our famous “Strawberry Tea” This one is a fruit blend so it does not contain caffeine. Great for an evening sip.
  • Tuscany Pear – Sweet ripe pear notes marry well with the premium rooibos. Memories of lazing in the Tuscan sun. This tea is decaffeinated.
  • Vienna Opera Ball Named for the French who were known for adding sweet jasmine to their tea.

Thanks for sharing a cup with us