Owner's Choice Sampler
Explore the flavors that our owner's call their favorite! This loose tea sampler includes:
- King of Silver Needles: Crisp, refreshing in flavor, and filled with healthy antioxidants.
- Milk Oolong: Rich and creamy, a silky mouth feel with notes of cream and honey.
- German Breakfast: Blend of Tippy Assams, Java and Sumatra tea. A full bodied, well rounded premium breakfast tea.
- Chamomile Cookie: Soothing chamomile, hints of banana and coconut, and a lingering aroma of baking cookies.
- Carrot Cake: Candied ginger, sweet raisins, and cinnamon give this rooibos tea a homemade charm. A sprinkle of white chocolate chips even adds a hint of the classic cream cheese frosting.
- Cloud and Mist (Yun Wu): Traditionally grown in areas of misty cloud cover, it provides natural shading that makes this a darker green tea than others.
How much tea does one sampler make?
From one tea sampler you can enjoy, in total, 6-12 pots of tea or 18-36 individual cups of tea!
**Note: Tea selection subject to availability. Substitutions may be made.**
I wasnt a big fan of the flavors in this sample box. I found the only good one was the carrot cake flavor. I'm trying to get more into tea than coffee but I think I'll have to have the seasonal flavors before I get into oolongs, green teas etc
I found my new favorite tea, Milk Oolong. Smooth, almost creamy taste with no need to add anything. Cloud and Mist is another soothing cup. Chamomile Crumble is a combination of dessert and sleep assist. Calming with a sweet and tasty finish. Carrot cake is another tasty treat. I’m not a fan of either King of Silver Needles (too bland) nor German Breakfast (strong black tea), though neither are objectionable and perfect for guests that are used to traditional tea or silver needle. The selection was varied and fun to try. I look forward to trying others.
I have enjoyed this sampler of teas. The variety makes it fun and exciting for brewing. I am a fan of most teas so to have a little bit of everything is excellent! My favorite is the oolong but surprisingly the banana duluce is a close second.