Summertime Chai: Not content to relegate itself to only watch the leaves of fall and those of absorbing books during a rainstorm, the summertime chai breaks down all weather barriers with its smooth spiciness. A Light & Breezy Chai.
Orchard Peach: Despite the sin of not actually having tea leaves, this ambrosial tisane does its penance in spades. Brought quite literally down to earth with the hibiscus flower and dried rose hips, the peaches, papaya and pineapple combine into a deep, nuanced flavor that is simple, healthful and deliciously hydrating.
Old Fashioned Birthday Cake: Some like it hot, some like it cold. Birthday Cake never simultaneously tasted so indulgent yet so sensible. A premium Ceylon black tea, infused with bergamot and vanilla, blended with locally grown and dried lavender flowers, and garnished with cornflowers.
Springdrop Spritzer: A delightful burst of new spring growth. Bold rosemary and peppermint notes tingle the tongue while crisp and calming Sencha tea carries the sensation to the final lingering of a perfect union of cardamom & lemon. This triumphant beginning fades to a playful linger of creamy lemons
Sassyfras Strawberry: Invigorating freshly-mown green tea and beets prelude, slightly astringent sassafras second act, sweet and triumphant strawberry finale which is tantalizingly fettered.
Golden Hour Tonic :There’s a moment: a fleeting, agonizingly short but sweet transitory moment. It sends the sun on its daily course. It also returns to punctuate the daily doldrums. The warm ginger coaxes the tongue awake, the grapefruit pulsates life into your senses, and gentle turmeric wraps around like a comforting pneumatic gust. This instant- a vision encapsulated, accentuated, is the Golden Hour Tonic.
Front Porch Special: Exactly what it sounds like. All the nostalgia of a hot-weathered portico framed sunset accompanied by a cicada symphony. Local jasmine, spearmint from our garden, and cornflower collaborate with bergamot infused Assam and Ceylon black leaves to pull off this sublime take on a southern tradition. If you want to sip or serve the “perfect pitcher of iced tea” at your next dinner party or barbecue, this will really make an impression.
Briar Patch Brew: The name does it justice. The pain suffered to harvest this delightful tea only accentuates is specialness. Blackberries and elderberries taunt all comers to earn the right to taste their deliciousness. The Briar Patch welcomes hibiscus who decided to also invite lemongrass and sage to join an otherwise exclusive club. Seasonal berries (blackberries, blueberries, elderberries, and currants), their leaves, and lemony herbs blend together to make this incredibly juicy tisane.