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Coconut Green Tea


A tropical blend of real shredded coconut, coconut oil, and green tea. A tangy sweet liquor for those with any kind of sweet tooth.

Brew It. Chill It. Sip It.

Iced Teas for Summer Days

Whether it’s lounging on the beach, a picnic in the park, or cooling off in the evening -- iced tea is a great compliment to the dog days of summer. Below, we've rounded up our top 4 contenders for the "most chill" brew.

Lychee Green

A blend of lychee fruit and fragrant greentea. Really great as an iced tea but still goes (really) well with milk.

Pairs well with a good book and a trip to the beach.

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Coconut Green

A tropical blend of real shredded coconut, coconut oil, and green tea. A tangy sweet liquor for those with any kind of sweet tooth.

Pairs well with a picnic in the park.

Learn more about Coconut Green.

Rose Black

Delicate, young rosebuds and petals mixed with the sweet fullness of a Keemun black tea. This tea has a very strong rose scent and with its naturally sweet flavor.

Pairs well with evening conversations with close friends.

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Chamomile Mint

The peppermint offers a cooling sensation, complimented by the calming chamomile. This tea is great for indigestion and does not contain any caffeine.

Pairs well with a book before bed.

Learn more about Chamomile Mint.

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Pro Tips For Chilled Drinks

Brew It Right.

Brew and steep your iced tea like a pro. The process is a bit different from your go-to cup of hot tea but totally worth it.

Learn more on our blog.

Ice, Matters.

Ice is arguably the most important ingredient in making iced tea. We have some tips and tricks for brewing that we use behind the tea bar.

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