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Black tea has a slower release of caffeine in the bloodstream than coffee, making it a better pick-me-up than its jittery counterpart.

Use one teaspoon for every 6 to 8 ounces of boiling water and steep for 2 to 5 minutes, generally more caffeine is released the longer you steep it.

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Apricot tea
$12.00
Apricot
One of our favorites and in our top 5 most popular teas. Try this one with milk or on its own iced. Delicious and refreshing premium black tea. Learn More

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assam tea
$9.00
Assam
Assam tea, from the plant Camellia Sinensis Assamica. The only tea plant indigenous to India. Strong tea with a slight honey taste, recommended for those that like milk in their tea. Learn More

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breakfast blend
$12.00
Breakfast
For the tea drinkers that like strong tea in the morning, try our Breakfast tea. It is similar to English and Irish breakfast but distinctly Sympathy for the Kettle's. Learn More

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caramel
$11.50
Caramel
European inspired, rich black tea with yummy caramel pieces that makes this a creamy, lightly sweetened coveted tea. Learn More

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chine rose creme tea
$12.50
China Rose Creme
A popular tea featured in Martha Stewart and Knot magazine when it premiered in 2007. Try it iced for a surprisingly refreshing drink, perfect with a summer brunch. Learn More

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Chocolate Mint
$10.50
Chocolate Mint
Dessert lovers take note - this is the perfect after dinner tea. Chocolate sweetness meets herbal peppermint digestive. Ahhh. Perfect hot drink for cold weather yet curiously refreshing iced for warm weather. Learn More

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Cinnamon Spice
$9.00
Cinnamon Spice
Delicious cinnamon spice tea easy on the palatte and great for digestion. Add milk or soy or keep it simple on its own. Learn More

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darjeeling
$16.50
Darjeeling
Pure 100% Darjeeling tea from the Darjeeling region in India. A light, subtle tea. 2nd flush Darjeeling is characterized by its mature leaves and sublime, mellow flavor. Learn More

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dorian grey
$12.50
Dorian Grey
We have been noticing there are some other tea companies with Dorian Grey blends. This is the original Dorian Grey tea created back in 2003. Learn More

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Earl Grey
$10.50
Earl Grey
Premium, select black tea from China and India blended with the natural oil of Bergamot, a fragrant citrus fruit. Named after the 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of England in 1830. Earl Grey has now become the most popular blended tea in the world. Learn More

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earl grey lavender
$12.50
Earl Grey Lavender
Premium earl grey blended with organic lavender. The trick to perfecting this blend is to use high quality ingredients and not to over power the earl grey with too much lavender.
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english breakfast
$9.00
English Breakfast
One of the most popular blended teas. Blended with strong, rich tea in order to pair well with milk and sugar. Originally English Breakfast Tea was a blend of Chinese black teas and the British Empire brought the Chinese plant Camellia Sinensis to their colonial outposts. Today, the type of tea in a standard English Breakfast Tea might be a mixture of teas from Kenya, India and Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Our English Breakfast Tea is a blend of pure Ceylon tea. Learn More

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Holiday Blend
$11.50
Holiday Blend
Introduced in 2003, our original Christmassy blend of black tea, cloves, vanilla, cinnamon and orange. Learn More

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lapsang souchong
$9.00
Lapsang Souchong
A very strong, smoky tea from the Chinese Fujian Region. Lapsang tea leaves are smoked over pinewood fires absorbing the smoky aroma and flavor. Some say this tea is reminiscent of a campfire or barbeque.
Souchong on its own means black tea with large leaves. Learn More

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love blend
$12.50
Love Blend
Chocolate and hazelnut black tea blended with organic rose petals. Initially our Valentine's Day tea in 2004, brought back by popular demand and now available throughout the year.
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