Tea dazzles us with its diversity, each unique not only in color, but in flavor. While teas of the world reveal endless com-plexities and variations, all tea springs from a singular plant species: Camellia sinensis. Tea blend varieties include: black, green, oolong, white, yellow and pu-erh and can be brewed into a variety of formats from cold brew, iced, hot, loose leaf and nitro infused.
Matcha — a Japanese green tea rich in antioxidants — is sweet and smooth with a hint of astringency and is enjoyed in a variety of formats such as hot, cold brew or paired with steamed milk for a matcha latte. Chai tea — a popular black tea blend — is spiced to perfection and balanced with natural sweetness. Herbal teas — which are often de-caffeinated — are blended with an array of botanical ingredients such as fruits, herbs and seeds. Meyer Lemon tea has a juicy, lemony taste and fragrant aroma that can delight any time of day as a hot or iced beverage. It is also perfect when blended with a herbal mix of rosehips, lemongrass, orange peel or hibiscus.