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Tea & Coffee

Tea & Coffee

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  1. No. 193 - Black Tea Brick, 1.1 kg  2.42 lb

    Black Tea Bricks

    The method traditionally used for brewing tea from a tea brick was to roast a piece over a flame until it turned reddish. The piece of brick was then crumbled and brewed in a pot. In some parts of China it was also customary to spice up the brew by adding onion, ginger, and orange. In Tibet, tea bricks were traditionally used to make the country's famous fermented yak butter tea. As for we North Americans however, if you find you have no fermented yak butter in the fridge, we recommend simply using regular milk - although most people nowadays like tea bricks simply for their aesthetic qualities. These tea bricks make a unique gift and a great conversation starter if placed in an upright plate holder.

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  2. Breyting Coffee & Tea Co. - Ground Coffee

    Breyting Coffee & Tea Co. - Ground Coffee

    Begin your day with one of these amazing Breyting Community Roaster coffees. Learn More
  3. Breyting Coffee & Tea Co. - Whole Bean Coffee

    Breyting Coffee & Tea Co. - Whole Bean Coffee

    Begin your day with one of these amazing Breyting Community Roaster coffees. Learn More
  4. Empty Glass Jars

    Empty Glass Jars

    Our Food Grade Jars are a perfect way to keep and display your Salts, Spices or Teas! Learn More
  5. Gongfu Tea Ceremonial Serving Tray
    $179.95

    Gongfu Tea Ceremonial Serving Tray

    This is a high quality Masters gongfu tea tray, used in Chinese tea brewing. Learn More
  6. Gourmet Tea 4 Tube Collection
    $24.95

    Gourmet Tea 4 Tube Collection

    No. 12 - Pumpkin Spiced Tea
    No. 3 - Chocolate Mint Tea
    No. 36 - Cinnamon Cha Cha
    No. 63 - Smokey Maple

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  7. No. 194 - Green Tea Brick, 1.1 kg  2.42 lb

    Green Tea Bricks

    Beyond their historical method of transport, green tea bricks were something of a novelty when they first appeared. Traditionally, tea bricks were made using fermented, or black, tea. And while many people elect to display them as a novelty art piece, they also make a wonderful cup of tea. Either way, we offer them in honor of the many men who crossed mountains in their name. Learn More
  8. Healing Spices

    Healing Spices

    Throughout history, certain spices have been revered for their healing power, naturally providing remedies for a wide range of ailments. The Spice Lab has carefully curated a line of Healing Spices to promote health and wellness. Numerous scientific studies* reinforce the natural benefits of these spices. Learn More
  9. No. 10 - Raspberry Cream Black Tea

    No. 10 - Raspberry Cream Black Tea

    Black tea, safflowers, raspberry leaves, and raspberry cream flavor. Learn More
  10. No. 105 - Indian Spiced Chai Tea

    No. 105 - Indian Spiced Chai Tea

    Superb body with mellow Indian spice notes. Creates a sensory trip to the sub-continent Learn More
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