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Bestselling Loose Leaf Tea

Tea is a beautiful thing, and our selection of best selling full-leaf tea below is no exception. Only the finest leaves are cultivated to result in the incredible flavor that loose tea is known for. For a full-bodied cup, look no further than the whole leaf varieties of flavored and organic tea right here.

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  • Milk Oolong Full-Leaf

    Cup of Abundance - This delightful, hand-processed green oolong is grown high in the Fujian mountains in China. Famous for its 'milky' taste and silky texture, the large, tightly-rolled leaves have the alluring fragrance of sweet cream and pineapple. The flavor is smooth with light, orchid notes. Great for multiple infusions.

    2011 Gourmet Product Award Gold Winner.

    2012 Vegetarian Times 2012 Foodie Award Nominee.

  • Earl Greyer Black Full-Leaf

    More of a Good Thing Tea - Our exceptional blend of this classic tea uses a superior, light Ceylon leaf combined with top-grade, pure bergamot oil. Recognized as the best tasting Earl Grey available.

  • British Breakfast Black Full-Leaf

    The Perfect Cuppa - A robust blend of quality black leaves, hearty enough to make any Brit smile. A savory mixture of India, Ceylon and Kenya leaves is great with a splash of milk.

  • Sky Between the Branches Green Full-Leaf

    Gu Zhang Mao Jian Tea - Harvested ten days each spring on the banks of Qiushiu River in the Wuyi Mountains. This Chinese green tea is renowned for its tender silver tips and unique chestnut character.

  • All Day Breakfast Full-Leaf

    A superb, concentrated character, reminiscent of the depth and clarity of a fine Bordeaux. A touch of Formosan oolong adds a hint of smokiness to this sweet cup.

  • Jasmine Pearls Full-Leaf

    Tea of Integrity - Harvested in early spring in Fujian province in China, the choicest, tippy leaf and bud sets are hand rolled into tight 'pearls' and dried before they are scented multiple times with fresh jasmine blossoms. This painstaking process depends on perfect timing. The result is a clean, floral tea that yields distinct flavor even after many infusions.

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