Assam Tea

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This black tea named after the region of production, Assam in India, the largest tea-producing district in the world, is known for its body, briskness and malty flavor.  
Assam Tea
$ 5.00

Black Currant Tea

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Pungent fruity aroma of black currants in full harvest make this tea a "berry good" cup for tea lovers to enjoy anytime.
Black Currant Tea
$ 5.00

Blackberry Tea

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Blackberry-flavored black teas with blackberry leaves bursting with flavor and a sweet aromatic smell of berries.
Blackberry Tea
$ 5.00

Bombay Chai

$ 7.00

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We take the finest Assam tea and combine cinnamon, cloves, ginger, orange and cardamom to make this classic Indian beverage. Hot milk and sugar will compliment this tea and bring out the spicey and aromatic tones. 
Bombay Chai
$ 7.00

Ceylon Tea

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Brews a distinctively smooth, soft and full bodied cup with notes of citrus and spice. Ceylon is a great tea hot and also cold as an ice tea.
Ceylon Tea
$ 5.00

China Black Tea

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China Black tea is from the Northern district of China. Made from Keemun tea, it is considered to be one of the finest teas in the world with a rich, deep, distinguished flavor.
China Black Tea
$ 5.00

Cinnamon Orange Spice Tea

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We start with the finest Assam Black Tea, then add cinnamon a touch of orange and warm spices bursting with flavor and aroma. Some call it heaven in a cup.
Cinnamon Orange Spice Tea
$ 5.00

Earl Grey Tea

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Named after Earl Grey, the Prime Minister to China in 1830. Made with a blend of China Black Teas, Earl Grey derives its famous flavor from oil of Bergamot (an oil from the rind of the fruit of Citrus Bergamia). An excellent special occasion or after-dinner tea.
Earl Grey Tea
$ 5.00

English Breakfast Tea

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English breakfast tea is a traditional blend of teas originating from Assam, Ceylon and Kenya. It is one of the most popular blended teas and the most common form of tea in British tea culture.
English Breakfast Tea
$ 5.00

Irish Breakfast Tea

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A blend of Indian and Ceylon teas. Irish Blend is slighty deeper in flavor than an English Breakfast and with a fuller aroma.
Irish Breakfast Tea
$ 5.00

Lapsang Souchang Tea

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A China Black tea with a distinct smoky-tarry scent and flavor from the Fukien province of southern China. The tea is acutally smoked over a fire to impart this flavor. This tea is considered as acquired taste for most.
Lapsang Souchang Tea
$ 5.00

Lemon Spice Tea

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The same sweet and tart flavor of lemon but with delicious toasty cinnamon added making for a very flavorful and spicy cup of tea.
Lemon Spice Tea
$ 5.00

Oolong Tea

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Oolong teas are produced similarly to black teas. but with a very short drying time, only allowing the leaves to turn partially brown or semi-fermented. As a result, oolongs share some of the taste characterization of both green and black teas.
Oolong Tea
$ 5.00

Orange Pekoe Tea

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Despite the name, this tea doesn't contain any orange flavor. Orange Pekoe refers to the size and quality of the dried black tea leaves. High mountain grown, this tea has a rich fragrance with subtle citrus nuances.  
Orange Pekoe Tea
$ 5.00

Raspberry Tea

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Combines the flavors of hibiscus flowers, rose hips, apples, elderberries, natural and artificial raspberry.
Raspberry Tea
$ 5.00

Russian Tea

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This is a blend of China Black and Darjeeling tea associated with the Russian market in days past. Full, deep flavor and heady aroma makes this tea an excellent beverage to acompany rich desserts.
Russian Tea
$ 5.00