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Our signature English breakfast style black tea blend. $7/oz.
Full of yummy tart flavor healing power. A great infusion or wonder with just by itself. $3/oz
A simple but thoughtfully chosen combination of fruit + flowers. $7/oz.
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Maybe you started a warm cup of tea too late at night. You know it’s going to keep you up if you drink it, but it’s so good! You can’t just let it go to waste! You can save it for the morning, but does tea need to be refrigerated? The good news is that you can store your cup of tea in the fridge overnight. For hot-brewed tea, it is recommended that you don’t keep your tea in the fridge more than 8 hours. If you’re going for an iced tea, you’re good! Pull it out, maybe pour it […]Read More
A galette is such a fun pastry to make, and this easy galette recipe with raspberries and tea syrup is simplicity itself. A galette is like a free-form pie or tart where pastry is folded up over a filling of fruit. If making a pie from scratch seems daunting, give the galette a try and discover how easy it is to make something both beautiful and delicious. We’ve made a galette before: this scrumptious Fig and Brie Galette made with puff pastry and topped with crunchy walnuts. Whether you make pastry from scratch or grab a packet of frozen dough […]Read More
You’ve found it: Your absolute favorite blend of tea. The temptation to stockpile as much as you can is strong. The first solution that comes to mind may be storing tea in freezer bags and packing it away in the back of your icebox. However, when you come back to finish your frozen tea, you will be sorely disappointed. Here’s why storing tea in freezer is the fastest way to ruin your loose leaf tea. The freezer is a magnificent invention. It has enabled so much unique, delicious food to be transported, saved, and stored. I mean, what could be […]Read More