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Fall-Inspired Teas are a Great Way to Get Into the Spirit of the Season

For the past couple of weeks, we’ve been talking about our Fall-inspired coffees. With single-origins, organics, and flavored coffees to choose from, there is plenty to help get you into the spirit of Autumn. But, over in our tea shop, we also have a selection of teas that are perfect for the upcoming cooler weather. 

fall-inspired teas to get into the season

With green teas, black teas, oolongs, flavored teas, and tisanes, we have teas for any event. Let’s take a look

Formosa Green Dragon Oolong

This tea comes from Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa. Oolong teas are somewhere between green and black. This particular oolong tea is lightly oxidized giving it a light color and a delicate flavor. Smooth and aromatic, Formosa Green Dragon Oolong has floral notes and a lingering aftertaste. One of the special things about this tea is the ability to get more than one steep from the leaves. After you make your first cup, set your tea leaves aside and use them again for a second cup!

Darjeeling Tea Finest Tippy

Our Darjeeling Tea Finest Tippy is an orange pekoe black tea. Giving off a lovely reddish liquor, this exquisite tea has a distinctive Muscat grape flavor with floral aromas and a sweet aftertaste. It is grown in the Himalayan Mountain Range at elevations of around 6,500 feet. Treat yourself to this delicious tea any time of day.

Emperor Ying’s ‘Feel Better’ Herbal

Start preparing for the cold season now by boosting your immune system. Our Emperor Ying’s ‘Feel Better’ Herbal tea is refreshingly minty and high in vitamin C which can give you the needed boost to fend off colds or to help give you a little lift when you’re feeling worn down. With a clean and crisp aroma and taste, this mint herbal tea can also aid in digestive issues, congestion, allergies, and asthma. Try it when you’re feverish to help bring the temperature down. In order to capture all the beneficial oils from this tea, be sure to cover it while steeping. Not only is this tea good hot, it’s just as delicious over ice.

Angel Falls Mist Tisane

Our Angel Falls Mist Tisane is made with rosehips, hibiscus leaves, strawberries, and lemon giving it a bright and flavorful taste you’ll enjoy hot or cold. Naturally without caffeine, this best-selling tisane is an extra source for vitamin C from the rosehips. The fresh flavor is something you’ll enjoy on its own or try it with a meal. Are you trying to cut down on those sugary beverages the kids are drinking? Have them try this! 

Lady Hannah Whole Fruit Tisane

Another of our best-selling tisanes, Lady Hannah Whole Fruit Tisane is bold and bright. Made with the base tisane of rosehips and hibiscus leaves, our Lady Hannah includes dried apples, pineapples, papayas, brambleberries, strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Your taste buds won’t know what hit them with this mouthwatering treat. The beautiful color is perfect for an afternoon tea. Hot or cold everyone will enjoy this delicious tisane.

Apple Spice Flavored

Our flavored teas are all made with our gourmet black tea and are designed to be enjoyed hot or cold. This is perfect for the Fall since the temperatures can change daily! For an inherently Fall flavor, you can’t get much closer than Apple Spice. Fall is apple-picking season which makes this the perfect choice. Add the requisite cinnamon spice and you have Autumn in a cup. 

Pumpkin Spice Flavored

Of course, we have Pumpkin Spice Flavored tea! Try making your Pumpkin Spice Latte with this delicious tea instead. It’s a unique way to enjoy the official flavor of Fall. Spicy cinnamon and nutmeg along with sweet pumpkin, you really can’t beat it.

*Masala Chai

Once described as Thanksgiving in a cup, Masala Chai is a spicy and delicious tea you shouldn’t miss during the chilly days of Autumn. Our Masala Chai is made with Broken Pekoe grade black tea from India giving it a full-bodied flavor that pairs perfectly with the Masala spices. Indulge your senses with ginger, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, black pepper, and fennel among other spices. Make our Masala Chai into a latte for a creamy treat. Pour that latte over ice on those stubborn warm Fall days. This is a tea you shouldn’t miss. 

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