Tea

The Tea Shop at NHP is open! You can now pick up and stock up on Sencha, Honey Bush, Lapsang Souchong, Yerba Mate and many more.

Explore our teas with Hannah's Tea Tasting and Tea Preparation workshop on our back patio.

Mint Chamomile Verbena Tea

This beautiful infusion blend combines the robust flavors of flowers and mint. Whether you watch the sun set and the moon rise over the mountains or the city, enjoy the harmony and dance of light across the twilight sky as you savor this tea feeling tranquil and refreshed. Contains: organic Chamomile flowers, organic Peppermint leaf, organic Spearmint leaf, organic Lavender flowers, organic Lemon Verbena, organic Cornflowers, organic Rose petals, and organic Stevia.

Steep 3-4 Minutes

Genmaicha Green Tea

A blended tea which combines fresh whole green tea leaves and roasted brown rice. A stunning combination of sharp and smooth flavors.

Steep: 1 tsp to 8 oz of boiled water; no more than 3 minutes.

Gunpowder Green Tea

Each pellet is accurately rolled by hand for a strikingly rich green tea experience. Best known for its unparalled freshness.

Steeping instructions: 1 tsp to 8 oz of boiled water; no longer than 3 minutes.

Mango Ceylon Tea

A warming blend of fermented Ceylon tea with Mango extract and Marigold petals.

Steep: 2 tsp to 8 oz boiled water, 4 minutes.

Pu'erh

A deeply intoxicating semi-fermented tea from ancient growth tea trees, hand harvested from wild and semi-wild broad leaf antique tea trees located in the Yunnan province of China. Black Pu-erh is often referred to as "cooked" due to the fact that sun-dried green tea leaves are transformed through natural fermentation from a greenish-golden color to a blackish-red tone. Over the years Pu-erh has garnered a committed following amongst tea connoisseurs who regard it as a sacred relic leftover from ancient tea cultures and traditions. The Black Pu-erh we offer brews up a deep ochre red and has a rich earthy taste with notes of smoke and moss. Partially fermented which will appeal to the senses of both the black tea lover and the green tea lover. Certified Organic and Fair Trade. Contains caffeine.

Steep 5-6 Minutes

Steeping instructions; 2 tsp to 8 oz of boiled water. Steep no longer than 4 minutes.

White Peony - Green Tea

This fine green tea is from the freshest harvests and has an unsurpassable taste, a true green color and exceptional depth. Precision and care should be taken in brewing an enjoyable cup.

Steeping instructions: 1 tsp loose tea to 8 oz of boiled water. Steep no longer than 3 minutes.

Ginger Lemon - Green tea

The combination of spicy ginger with citrusy lemon with the grassy backdrop of the green tea is such a nice combination.  Green tea, ginger, lemon peel, liquorice root, lemongrass, & spearmint.

Steeping: 1 teaspoon / 8oz. water/ 3-5 minutes.

Basil & Lemongrass Green Tea

Very distinct tea!  Bold basil taste that balances well with the grassy notes of Green Tea, and the delicate citrus flavor found in lemongrass.  Try making an ICED TEA with this one…you won't be disappointed!

Steeping Instructions: Steep for 3 minutes with hot water.

Sencha Arihara, Japan - Green tea

A stimulating beverage handpicked in early Spring from the first young leaves of Japan's finest plant. Contains caffeine. Certified Kosher through Earth Kosher.

Infuse a cup by taking no more than 1 tsp of loose tea to 8 oz of boiled water. Pour water over the tea and be sure to steep for no longer than 3 minutes. Strain and enjoy.

Dian Hong (Golden Yunnan), China - Black tea

This archetypical Yunnan black tea with fresh, floral aroma, typical black tea malty base and low astringency. 

Gold tipped khaki-colored tea leaves brew bright red in color Full-bodied and rich with a hint of natural, sweet, lively flavor. This tea is ideal to infuse, create your own blends and great for making kombucha! Excellent with milk.

Brew at 194 ºF for 2 to 3 minutes (exact time depends on your taste – a longer time will give the tea a stronger taste and color). You can use the leaves for up to six infusions. Add a little more time for each subsequent infusion.

 

Earl Grey - Black tea

Our Earl Grey consists of black tea with mallow blossoms, and lots of Bergamot (Citrus) which delivers a bold and lingering citrus flavor with each sip.

Very floral, smooth and elegant Earl Grey. 

Steeping time: 3-5 mins. / 1-2 teaspoons per 10 oz.

Lapsang Souchong, China - Black tea

Black tea from the Fujian province of China. Lapsang Souchong tea has a famously smoky aroma and flavor. The leaves of this tea are traditionally smoke-dried over pinewood fires, taking on a distinctive clean, smoky flavor. Golden-coppery color in the cup. Lapsang souchong's aroma is moderately strong and smoky, similar to the smell of a barbecue or campfire. The flavor of the pine smoke complements the natural taste of the black tea, not overwhelming it results in a sweet, refreshing smoky, crisp and edgy flavor.

Steep 2 teaspoons for 8oz cup at 212° for 3-5 minutes.

Cocoa Almond, Black tea

The warm and flavorful essence  of the chocolate and almond balances well with the black assam tea.

Black tea, coconut, safflower, almonds, organic cocoa nibs.

Steeping time: 3-5 mins. / 1-2 teaspoons per 10 oz.

Ginger and Peach Black tea

This American classic Ginger-Peach black Ceylon (with ginger root and peach pieces) offers sweet lushness of peaches seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger paired with tangy, naturally citrusy Ceylon black tea.

Enjoyable anytime hot or cold. Great with maple syrup as sweetener. Iced it can easily become one of summertime staples.

Steep 1 teaspoon of tea per 6-8 oz cup in near boiling water (205 F) for 3-4 minutes to obtain best flavor.

Pomegranate Rooibos

This tea exhibits a delicate and classy flavor.  The combination of pomegranate & vanilla work extremely well together.  The Organic rooibos “Red Tea” serves as the perfect backdrop for the deliverance of a mild pomegranate taste with mild notes of vanilla at the back of each sip. Perfect hot or cold as a Pomegranate Vanilla Iced Tea!!!
Ingredients: Organic rooibos, organic rosehips, coconut, rose petals, cranberries, safflower.

Steeping Instructions:
2 teaspoons per 8 oz. cup of water
Steep for 5-8 minutes in hot water

Egyptian Chamomille

A cup of chamomile a day keeps the stresses away…
Chamomile is a very useful plant.  Mostly known for aiding sleep; it is also good for relieving anxiety & helping digestion.

 

Steeping Instructions:
1 teaspoon / 8 oz hot water (175deg.) /  steep 3-6 mins.

Yerba Mate & Spearmint, Argentina

This tea is our signature house blend. Energizing the with no caffeine is a great morning drink hot or iced with a touch of honey.

The flavor of brewed mate is strongly herbal, grassy, reminiscent of some varieties of green tea. Some consider the flavor to be very agreeable, but it is generally bitter if steeped in boiling water. Blended with another herb spearmint added minty flavor to earthy note from the yerba mate. 

We also recommend to further mix this blend with Lemon, Mint Chamomile tea for an even more refreshing taste. 

Happy Tummy, herbal tea

Feeling bloated?  Have gas? 

Digestive Aid contains chamomile, lavender, fennel, lemongrass, and peppermint; all of which aids digestion & curbs gassy bloated feelings.

Steeping: 1 teaspoon / 8oz. water/ 5-8 minutes.

Evening Repose - herbal tea

This beautiful infusion blend combines the robust flavors of flowers and mint. Whether you watch the sun set and the moon rise over the mountains or the city, enjoy the harmony and dance of light across the twilight sky as you savor this tea feeling tranquil and refreshed.

Ingredients: organic Chamomile flowers, organic Peppermint leaf, organic Spearmint leaf, organic Lavender flowers, organic Lemon Verbena, organic Cornflowers, organic Rose petals, and organic Stevia.

Steeping Instructions: 1 teaspoon of tea / 8 oz. hot water / steep 5-15 mins.

Sweet Dreams, herbal tea

Feel wonderful, sleep good, help immune and digestive systems.

Ingredients: Cinnamon, Organic rooibos, ginger, raspberry leaves, fennel, orange peels, sage, chamomile & cardamom.

Steeping: 1 teaspoon / 8oz. water/ 5-8 minutes.

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