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Lady Broom's Peach Breeze Tea

This tea is curated with Pu-erh small leaf tea, in china pu-erh tea is sipped for improvement in heart health to increase blood flow, reduce cholesterol levels and help in weight loss. This tea has a sweeten earthy flavor.

Ingriedients: Pu-erh, Ginger, Tumeric Root, Jasmine, Peaches

Lady Broom's Black Earl Grey Bergamot Tea

The wonderful tasting tea has heart benefits, and has shown to lower cholesterol levels, This tea is infused with Bergamot juice helping aid digestion. Enjoy the flavors of this tea with a morning sunrise.

Ingredients: Black OP, Bergamot, Blue Mallow Flowers, All Spice Berries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Oranges, 


Lady Broom's Assam Chai
Our Masala Chai Tea, made with an Assam Taiwanese black tea has robust spicy flavors. This tea is smoked on the grill with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, pepper, fennel, and star anise. Serve warm or cold with your choice of milk. 
Dragonwell Tea

Dragonwell Tea-Sometimes known by its Chinese name, Longjing, Dragon Well Green Tea is a tradition pan roasted of green tea produced with minimal oxidation, and known for its toasty aroma and flavorful sweetness.

Steeping- 1tsp to 7oz of water (175F) 


Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling teas are very aromatic, but they will lose their aroma when exposed to air for a long time. We package this tea in an airtight pouch with a value in order to guarantee freshness. You will love the flavor of this tea!


Steeps- 2tsps of tea to 7oz of water (205F)

China's Yunnan Black Tea

China Yunnan Black Tea- The category of black tea is diverse, including several popular varieties such as English breakfast and Earl Grey. India produces half of the world's black tea, with Sri Lanka and Africa making up a large percentage of production. Black tea is enjoyed both hot and cold.

You can use cold water and cold steep ("cold infuse" or "cold brew") your black tea for 4 to 18 hours in the fridge and then strain out the leaves. To make iced black tea, double the amount of tea leaves, steep the tea as usual and then pour the hot tea over ice.

Steep-3.5g of tea for 200ml of water and leaving it to infuse for 3 minutes

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