The perfect way to sample each of the four major types of tea!
Ingredients: Black tea grown in the high-altitude foothills of the Himalayas at the Badamtam Estate.
Description: Darjeeling, often referred to as "The Champagne of Teas", may be enjoyed on special celebratory occasions or even every day of the year. Enjoy this full-bodied tea with its delicate fruit overtones.
Ingredients: China green tea
Description: This traditional Chinese tea is named for how the tightly rolled pellets of green tea look and sound like gunpowder rolling in a barrel. But don’t let their size fool you: these pellets explode in the cup into big leaves, making a sweetly fragranced, grassy tea with just enough earthiness to give it body.
Ingredients: Oolong tea from Formosa.
Description: Nuanced and smooth, yet woody and robust, this is an oolong that’s easy to come home to. Have it with snacks or by itself. Brew it strong and bracing or brew it light and grounding. Share it with a friend or savor it by yourself. It’s all up to you.
Bai Mu Dan
Ingredients: Organic Chinese white tea.
Description: Look for a delicate sweet fragrance with a refreshingly light liquor in this traditional tea from the misty mountains of the Fujian Province in China.