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  • Golden Darjeeling
    The spring sun gilds the snows of Mount Kanchenjunga. In the clear days before the summer monsoon, the first flush of spring tea is ready for harvest. This is golden-tipped pure Darjeeling, rarest of the Indian black teas, a delicate tea of amber colour and flowery aroma, with a flavour that hints of green muscat.
  • Exotica Reserve Blend
    Exquisite black teas have been selected for this exceptional blend. Golden-tipped Darjeeling, Indian Assam, Ceylon, Formosa Oolong and a hint of Jasmine. Each tea adds its distinctive flavour notes to this exotic blend. A superb afternoon or morning tea.
  • Osmanthus
    The haunting essence of Osmanthus, used in the world's most famous fragrances, adds its scent to this rare and delicate tea from China's Guangxi province. Exotica Osmanthus is a black tea with the body and astringency of a green tea, with a light and fruity flavour.
  • Dragonwell Green
    Dragonwell derives its name from the legend of a benevolent dragon in Chinese mythology. This famous green tea comes from scenic West Lake near Hangzhou. Eagerly awaited each spring in China, this finest grade Dragonwell produces a pale green tea with a lingering sweet flavour.
  • Ceylon Estate Earl Grey
    Steep hills washed with tropical rain produce the incomparable Ceylon teas of Sri Lanka, "island of tea." This superb Ceylon tea is scented with pure bergamot oil from a small citrus cultivated in the Reggio Calabria province of Italy. The result is a truly exceptional Earl Grey.
  • Assam Breakfast
    In the cool before the sun clears the trees, the steam rises from the cup... Wake up! This is pure Indian Assam tea - dark and robust, from the fertile Brahmaputra valley near the Burmese border. Enjoy its unique malty flavour with a splash of cold milk.
  • Lemon Ginger
    This lively tea offers wide - awake flavor without caffeine. It has a smooth lemon flavor with a piquant, lingering bite of ginger.
    The root of the ginger plant has been used in Asian cooking for thousands of years, as it has a clean, fresh, spicy flavor that blends well with many ingredients. Ginger is also very soothing to the stomach and can aid in digestion. It is often recommended for motion sickness and nausea, since it soothes without any side effects.
    Lemongrass is a tall, tropical grass which has a wonderful fresh lemon aroma and flavor. This beautiful plant is found in India, tropical Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, and in Florida and California. Lemongrass lends a wonderful flavor to Asian cooking, especially Thai, Malay and Indonesian dishes. The essential oil in lemongrass, citral, gives lemongrass its distinctive citrus flavor. In fact, citral is often used as a substitute for lemon oil.
  • Licorice Spice
    For our unique Licorice Spice tea we combine the finest licorice root from Europe, cinnamon from Sri Lanka, star anise from China, orange peel from the U.S.and sarsaparilla from South America. The result is a delicious dessert-like tea, good anytime, but especially enjoyable in the evening, as it's caffeine free.
    Licorice Spice is an exclusive blend for Stash Tea. It is both sweet and spicy with the distinct yet subtle flavor of black licorice. Our Master Blender ensures that each handcrafted batch is perfect. Special care goes into the purchase of the herbs and spices which we buy from all over the world for this unique blend.
    One of the key ingredients, licorice root, first appears in the Chinese Pen Sao Ching (Classic of Herbs), written more than 5,000 years ago. Chinese physicians prescribed it to treat a variety of ailments including coughs and colds, malaria, food poisoning, respiratory problems, liver and urinary complaints. They often used its natural sweetness to mask the bitter taste of other herbal medicines.
    Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza) is from the legume family and is 50 times sweeter than sugar. Its name is derived from the Greek word "glycos plus roza" which means "sweet root". The Romans called it "Liquiritia", which evolved into "licorice." There is also evidence that the ancient Egyptians used licorice root. Amid the treasures of King Tut's tomb, archeologists found a bundle of licorice root.
    Another ingredient, cinnamon, is one of the oldest known spices. Cinnamon comes from the bark of an evergreen laurel tree. Native to Sri Lanka, it thrives in this hot, moist climate. Cinnamon is naturally sweet with a delightfully spicy fragrance due to the essential oils found in its bark.
    Star Anise, native to Southern China and Vietnam, is the fruit of a small evergreen tree that bears small yellow flowers. The flowers are followed by fruits in the sixth year and the tree continues to bear fruit for up to 100 years. It is a very pretty spice with the shape of an irregular eight-pointed star. Its Chinese name "Pak Kok" means eight points. Although not related to anise or fennel, star anise has a similar aroma and flavor. It has a licorice-like flavor and a distinct sweet note.
    The sweet orange is the most popular of all citrus fruits. It originated in China where it received its botanical name "Citrus Sinensis". Columbus brought seeds of orange, lemon and lime on his voyages to the New World in the 1490s. During the early 16th century, settlers planted oranges in Florida, which was to become the states flourishing citrus industry. In the early 1700s, missionaries planted oranges in California, which now rivals Florida in world citrus production. Stash Tea sources its orange peel from the best California Valencia oranges. The orange peel is made only from the orange colored outer peel and not the white inner membrane which has a bland and bitter taste.
    Sarsaparilla, a root of woody climbing plants of the genus Smilax, is native to Central and South America. These flavorful roots and rhizomes can be unearthed throughout the year. The ancient Greeks and Romans considered sarsaparilla an antidote to poisons. Sarsaparilla was not a popular herb until the 16th century when Spanish explorers discovered the Caribbean species, a small, prickly vine. The Spanish word for it evolved into sarsaparilla.
  • Wild Raspberry
    Raspberries grow wild in the cooler regions of the northern hemisphere and in some parts of the southern hemisphere as well. The ancient Greeks were the first to cultivate raspberries. They called the fruit "idaeus" because it grew wild and abundantly on the slopes of Mount Ida, as it still does today. Thus it is fitting that "Rubus idaeus" is the botanical name of the primary species for both the wild and cultivated raspberry.
    The genus also includes the blackberry, which is very similar to the raspberry. Both berries come in a variety of colors from white through yellow, orange, pink, purple, red and black. Thus color is not the distinguishing feature, rather the size of the fruit is. The blackberry fruit is larger than the fruit of the raspberry.
    The color of the raspberry is determined not only by its species, but also by climate. Raspberries from Northern India and the Himalayas are black, while yellow and white raspberries grow in Europe and parts of Asia. The wild red raspberry which grows in the United States is sweeter than other species.
    Raspberry jams, jellies, syrups and vinegars are famous around the world, as are raspberry desserts such as ice cream, sorbet, pastries, and pies. However, a bowl of fresh raspberries may be the best raspberry dessert of all.
    Most people do not realize all the health benefits raspberries offer. One cup of raspberries contains 31 mg of vitamin C, and it is a good source of vitamins B-12 and B-6. Raspberries are also high in fiber, low in calories and contain no fat or cholesterol.
    Recent clinical research at the Hollings Cancer Institute in Charleston, South Carolina, confirms that a phenolic compound called "ellagic acid" helps to prevent and possibly inhibit many forms of cancer. Ellagic acid is found in certain fruits and nuts, however, the highest concentration is found in red raspberries.
    At Stash tea we blend the highest quality, most flavorful botanicals for our Wild Raspberry herbal tea. We combine ruby red hibiscus from China, lemongrass from Peru, Valencia orange peel from the United States, rosehips from Chile, and rose petals from Pakistan. Then we add pure, natural flavor extracts from fresh ripe raspberries. The result is a delicious, fruity tea that is both sweet and tangy and very flavorful. This tea can be enjoyed any time of the day since it has no caffeine. It also makes a great thirst-quenching iced tea.


  • Prince of Wales
    A blend of China's finest black teas carefully selected to give a light, delicate flavour, appreciated by connoisseurs everywhere.
  • Irish Breakfast
    A strong full bodied blend of teas traditionally favoured by the Irish for its pungent amber brew.
  • English Breakfast
    A rich and satisfying robust tea, traditionally blended with Kenyan and Assam black teas.
  • Decaffeinated English Breakfast
    A rich and satisfying robust tea, traditionally blended with Kenyan and Assam black teas.
  • Earl Grey
    A light and aromatic blend of fine black tea, scented with bergamot, a citrus fruit.
  • Decaffeinated Earl Grey
    A light and aromatic blend of fine black tea, scented with bergamot, a citrus fruit.
  • Lady Grey
    A light and bright blend scented with notes of citrus.

Higgins & Burke

  • Earl Grey Green
    This green tea captures the essence of the Orient. Only the finest quality tea leaves are selected to ensure that the sweet delicate flavour that is traditional of green tea is captured. Earl Grey Green Tea is true to tradition - natural flavours of bergamot create this extraordinary tea.
  • Earl Grey
    Hand selected premium black teas from Asia provide the foundation for this regal blend. But it is the essence of Italian bergamot, a fragrant orange, which gives Earl Grey it's flavor and aroma of distinction.
  • English Breakfast
    This English Breakfast is a full-bodied blend that is perfect anytime.
  • Chamomile
    Journey to ancient Egypt, the home of our premium Chamomile. Naturally caffeine free, this calming herbal tea features the sweet honey taste of pure chamomile pollen. A soothing escape...any time of day.
  • Green
    Enjoy this wonderful tea straight from the Orient. Only the finest quality tea leaves are selected to ensure that the sweet delicate flavour that is traditional of green tea is captured.
  • Chai
    For something totally different, try this spiced Chai, an exotic blend of savoury spices, rich Assam tea leaves and a hint of ginger.
  • Peppermint
    This Peppermint is a refreshingly soothing herbal tea - natural and caffeine-free.
  • Echinacea
    Praised for its ability to strengthen the immune sysytem, the echinacea flower is at the heart of this good for you brew. Spearmint and lemon grass give this mild, caffeine free tea a truly soothong taste experience.
  • Pear
    The unique combination of pear and sencha green tea creates a delightful taste experience.
  • Cranberry Pomegranate
    Drink in the natural goodness of zesty cranberry and lively pomegranate. Bursting with the natural goodness of pomegranate and cranberry, this refreshing pair will excite your senses and help to energize your day.
  • Caramel Rooibos
    Pure and natural, Rooibos grows in Africa's wind swept Western Cape. This deep red, caffeine free herbal beverage is infused with luscious caramel and hints of orange to produce a deliciously soothing treat... perfect either on its own or with dessert.

Higgins & Burke
Fair Trade organics

  • Earl Grey
    Enhanced with the subtle citrus flavour of bergamot, the finest of tea traditions is upheld with this lively, yet mild, blend. Organically grown and prepared - this is how Earl Grey Tea should taste.
  • Tanzanian Chai
    A caravan of spices winding across your palate, this organic Tanzanian Chai is an exotic blend of black tea with cinnamon, clove and black pepper.

Higgins & Burke

  • Orange Blossom Guava
    The green tea leaves are steamed, not fermented, thereby retaining their natural flavour and fresh green colour. Delicate orange blossoms are coupled with the heady scent of guava to create an exotic, invigorating cup of organic green tea.
  • Pineapple Orange Passionfruit
    A warm, tropical escape, this organic green tea is splashed with the exotic flavors of luscious pineapple, tangy orange and bold passionfruit. Our green tea leaves are steamed, not fermented, retaining their natural flavor and fresh color.
  • Rooibos Vanilla Infusion
    The only edible fruit of the orchid family, subtly smooth and smoky vanilla is playfully entwined with mahogany red Rooibos. Native to South Africa, the organic and preservative-free Rooibos is treasured for its naturally sweet taste and caffeine-free properties.
  • Pomegranate
    Harvested early in the growing season before the leaves fully open, white tea is more precious and rare than traditional varieties. Carefully blended, the light taste of organic white tea is intensified by the sweet, yet tart, ruby-red gems of flavour hidden inside the exotic pomegranate.
  • Blueberry
    Harvested early in the growing season before the leaves fully open, white tea is more precious and rare than traditional varieties. Carefully blended, the light taste of organic white tea is drenched in the flavour of sweet blueberries.

Celestial Seasonings

  • Wild Berry Zinger
    A perfect blend bursting with the natural flavour of black raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, red raspberries, cranberries and even cherries! Plus flavourful herbs like hibiscus, rosehips and chicory give this tea the extra zestiness it takes to be a zinger. Wild Berry Zinger is delicious hot and outrageously refreshing iced. And, like all Celestial Seasonings Herb Teas, it's caffeine free.
  • Cranberry Cove
    Cranberry Cove is a delightfully zesty tea with the tangy flavour of cranberries and a hint of apples. Its ruby red colour comes from cranberries and hibiscus flowers. Fresh New England cranberries are dried at very low temperatures to preserve their flavour and combined with tart and fruity hibiscus flowers, apple-like chamomile, rosehips and sweet spicy cinnamon to bring you a tea that is delicious hot and iced.
  • Mood Mender
    Mood Mender Herb Tea is a truly unique way to lighten your spirit with the goodness of herbs. The key ingredient, St John's wort, has been used for centuries to help with a sunny outlook. Siberian ginseng helps keep you in balance and maintains your positive energy. lemon verbena, lemon grass and peppermint add liveliness to this all-natural blend. Natural citrus flavour adds a joyful highlight.
  • Red Zinger
    Red Zinger herb tea offers a unique taste experience that's excellent hot or iced. Its rich, ruby-red colour comes from hibiscus flowers, a delicious herb used in a natural soft drink in Mexico, Africa and parts of Europe. Also, hibiscus provides a tangy citrus flavour when enhanced with rosehips and lemon grass. The taste of Red Zinger herb tea provides a lively flavour that's delicious hot or iced.
  • Sleepytime
    Sleepytime herb tea is a gentle blend designed for those relaxing moments in the evening. A pot of Sleepytime herb tea, along with a good book or warm conversation with friends or family, brings out life's true colours. It has a naturally sweet flower-loke flavour which can be enjoyed by young and old alike.

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