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Herbal & Wellness Tea

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  1. 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
  2. No. 11 - Turmeric Tea

    No. 11 - Turmeric Tea

    Turmeric Tea is a powerfully beneficial blend of spices that can naturally promote a healthy lifestyle. Turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg with black pepper to aid in the body's absorption of these elements. The combination of these ingredients makes a flavorful and delicious healthy tea. Learn More
  3. No. 114 - Mallow Flowers

    No. 114 - Mallow Flowers

    A dry cup with light candy notes. The ebullient color transforms any tea blend into an event. Learn More
  4. No. 115 - Honeybush Herbal Tea

    No. 115 - Honeybush Herbal Tea

    Refreshing and cleansing with hints of honey. The finish is reminiscent of light Madagascar pepper. Learn More
  5. No. 174 - Ripened Rose Pu-erh Mini Tuocha

    No. 174 - Ripened Rose Pu-erh Mini Tuocha

    Our aged Pu-erh tea is secondary-oxidation and post-fermentation tea, which is referred to as ripened, or cooked, Pu-erh tea. Each miniature compressed tea cake contains a tiny red or pink rosebud packed firmly inside the Pu-erh tea cake which lends a lovely subtle nuance of a floral tone to the earthy, musky Pu-erh tea.

    Pu-erh tea can be either brewed immediately or if stored properly, it can be aged for many years, while increasing in flavor and value, much like a fine wine. Many other teas such as green tea, white tea and flavored teas should be used shortly after purchasing, but with a good Pu-erh, you can make your tea last for months, even decades! Usually, pu-erh teas are classified by the year they were produced and the region they were grown and processed in, and that information is usually written on the packaging, quite like a wine vintage. With fine Pu-erh tea, the longer it is stored and aged, as long as it is stored properly, the more complex the flavor and the more valuable the tea gets. Aged Pu-erh teas are known for their ability to break down fats, and to help with weight loss, so they are often served in China after a heavy meal.

    The tissue paper wrapped over the cake or brick can help to keep the tea dry and protect it from foreign flavor, but it is very thin and breakable. The tissue paper will wear and tear after long time's storage due to oxidization. You can place the Pu-erh tea in sealed bag or box to keep it from air.

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  6. No. 175 - Ripened Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Mini Tuocha

    No. 175 - Ripened Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Mini Tuocha

    Our Ripened Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Mini Tuocha is known as a post-fermentation secondary oxidation tea, which is more commonly referred to as “ripened” or “cooked” Pu-erh tea. We has taken the highest grade ripened Pu-erh flakes and compressed them with a beautiful Chrysanthemum flower to produce these gorgeous miniature Pu-erh tea cakes. The Chrysanthemum lends a light and sweet floral note to the more earthy and mellow Pu-erh flavors, complimenting the Pu-erh perfectly and creating a unique flavor profile.

    Pu-erh tea can be likened to a fine wine. Unlike most other teas such as black tea, flavored teas and white tea, which need to be used within a year after purchasing, Pu-erh teas are specifically grown and processed so that – when stored properly – they age well over time, creating deeper, richer and more complex flavors and aromas. In fact, many Pu-erh tea bricks or cakes which are decades old now sell for thousands of dollars! Usually speaking, Pu-erh teas are labeled with the year they were picked and packaged, as well as the region they were grown in, much like a vintage wine. Pu-erh tea should be ideally stored in a cool, dry and dark place, where it cannot absorb odors, sunlight or air. When stored as such, the flavor and value of the tea increases greatly over time.

    The tissue paper wrapped over the cake or brick can help to keep the tea dry and protect it from foreign flavor, but it is very thin and breakable. The tissue paper will wear and tear after long time's storage due to oxidization. You can place the Pu-erh tea in sealed bag or box to keep it from air.

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  7. No. 216 - Moroccan Mint

    No. 216 - Moroccan Mint Tea

    Considered a sign of hospitality and friendship, this traditional green tea is often sweetened and delicious served hot or iced. Learn More
  8. No. 225 - Chamomile Flowers

    No. 225 - Chamomile ( Camomile ) Flowers

    Produced with the flower heads of finest chamomile featuring long slender stalks and yellowish flower buds, these lovely flowers have pleasant aroma, relaxing and enjoyable. The chamomile infusion has a floral aroma and tastes slight sweet complemented with slight bitter under-note. Its flavor is appealing enough alone, and it can go well with sugar or honey according to individual preference. Chamomile infusion is characterized by its slight chrysanthemum aroma which is soothing, mild and pleasant. It is an ideal daily tea for both white-collar group living in city or the old because it helps reduce the feeling of worry and stress. Learn More
  9. No. 232 - Organic Licorice Root

    No. 232 - Organic Licorice Root

    Sweet character with light medicinal notes and anise-like finish. Excellent blended with Peppermint or Camomile. Learn More
  10. No. 233 - Izmir Chai Spice Tea

    No. 233 - Izmir Chai Spice Tea

    From the Ground Bazaar of Istanbul a mild spice chai full of fruit notes. Learn More
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