Blended to honor the one-hundredth anniversary of the
city of Cardiff in Wales. An amber cup with a black currant
Named after a small fishing village in the county of
Waterford. It offers a malty flavor with a fruity aftertaste.
Legend says this tea was a gift from China to the Earl
Charles Grey. Flavored with bergamot.
An aromatic flavor that is emphasized with milk.
Named after Catherine of Baraganza of Portugal.
When she became the wife of England’s King Charles,
she introduced the British to tea drinking. This tea was
blended in her honor.
A blend to honor her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This
blend of Indian and Ceylon teas stands up to milk and
sugar. Long live the Queen!
A blend of four black teas with a touch of Lapsang. This tea has a smokey flavor. Ask your server why it is
A full-bodied black with a slight fruity taste.
A wonderful green with spearmint.
A tropical fruit salad in a cup.
China’s most famous tea. Boasts a distinctive sweetness.
A light green flavored with fresh pear.
This champagne of Ceylon Estate tea has an
excellent light flavor.
The “queen of teas” grown high in the Himalayas. A
blend of first flush and autumnal teas from the finest gardens.
Historic researchers trace this China black’s heritage
back to the teas the British drank in the 1800s.
From the Assam Valley of India. A true Irish favorite.
Lovers Leap Lovers Leap is one of the best tea estates in Sri Lanka. This estate is high in the clouds - a place where jilted lovers threw themselves from the cliffs.
This rare white has an abundance of silvery white buds and green leaves. It has a delicate flavor. Excellent with sweets.
Naturally withered with a toasty character. The leaves stay in the pot with this tea.
From the island of Formosa, this is the most oxidized oolong available.
A light character with hints of orchids.
French Carmel Creme Brulée
“Ooh lala...this tea is fabulous.”
A decadent blend of chocolate and hazelnut.
Created by Tibetan monks to help them stay awake during
long hours of meditation. The leaves are from the top
three growing regions in Sri Lanka. This tea is medium-
bodied, with a sweet, toasty flavor.
A truly royal treat, with hints of mango, kiwi, strawberry
A very flowery flavor.
Flavored with wild berries, this herbal is sweet with a slight tart character.