Developed in the early 60s in Seattle, this delicately grown Ceylon black tea is gently blended with a concoction of clove, orange essence, and cinnamon to create an aromatic and soothing spiced tea. It is a one-of-a-kind tea that has exceptional flavor, because each sip is slightly spicy and pungent. Although you are welcome to add milk or sugar, this tea is naturally sweet and delicious. Delight in the sumptuous flavor of Market Ceylon Spiced Tea.
We blend all of our loose-leaf teas in-house to ensure quality and freshness. Be sure to purchase one of the tea ball infusers so you can enjoy Market Ceylon Spice tea on the go. Order this delicious gourmet tea from CoffeeAM today!
Since the Sung Dynasty over 800 years ago, Green Tea enriched with the fragrance of jasmine has been an all-time favorite. Dragon Phoenix Pearl gets its name from the visual characteristics of the tea bushes “climbing” the hillsides like a dragon coming out of the water.
The tea is picked in April/May and processed by hand. Once rolled, the tea is wrapped in silk mesh and dried by fire to set the form. The tea is then held until August/September when the finest jasmine blossoms are in bloom.
The jasmine flowers are picked before noon and set aside until evening when the petals begin to open in the cool night air. Once open, the “marrying” of the jasmine to the tea happens in two applications after which the jasmine petals are removed. Order this truly remarkable China Dragon Phoenix Pearl Green Tea today!
I don’t know about you guys, but I am so excited for Fall! There are so many wonderful things about autumn…the leaves changing, the cooler weather. I especially love cinnamon brooms! You know what else is great about fall? Fall Teas that are perfect for this time of year! Visit CoffeeAM’s Fall Teas page to find some of the best teas for October and November. From Apple Spice to Organic Chai, you’ll find exactly what you want on this page!
Aren’t you excited for the weather change? It’s time to break out those sweaters and boots! Autumn is finally rolling in!
As fellow tea lovers, we know that you like to change things up as the weather cools. May we suggest you try some Chai Tea this fall?
Our chai tea is available in concentrates, latte mixes, and teabag form. Chai is a mixture of tea and spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom. It is traditionally blended with milk and can be enjoyed hot, cold, or blended with ice. Doesn’t that sound like the perfect tea for a cool November morning?
Order Chai Tea today! We know you’ll love these options as a little taste of fall!
The Republican National Convention is in full swing this week, followed by the DNC next week. We’re just ten weeks from finding out who will be the President of the United States for the next four years! Our poll has gotten lots of response, but the results are close! It’s just a small indication that this will be an interesting election year. Feel free to cast your vote for your candidate and help them win our poll!
On our website, we’ve just added Blackberry Cobbler Flavored Coffee as a free sample for the next couple of weeks. Head on over and enjoy some fantastic gourmet coffee from CoffeeAM! And of course, you’ll always find wonderful gourmet tea on our website for an unbeatable price! Order today!
How do you drink your tea? The tea, the whole tea, and nothing but the tea? Or do you prefer to sweeten things up a bit with some sugar? Depending on who you ask, it may be sacrilegious to add anything to the tea, or (if you’re in the south like we are) you might add some tea to your sugar.
Adding sugar to tea was not a Chinese idea; as you might imagine, it was a very European thing to do! Yes, there were some areas of China where yellow rock sugar was used in tea, but these were rare cases. The Europeans, and especially the British, took it to a whole new level. By the end of the 1600s, the Europeans were running rampant with sugar from their colonies sweetening everything, including tea. By the end of the next century, England was using ten times the amount of sugar that its continental neighbors used. Frankly put, the British loved their sweetened drinks! That’s why you see tea spoons, sugar bowls, and other tea accessories as a natural part of tea-drinking; it all came from our Anglo-Saxon cousins!
Today, the Brits don’t use sugar quite like they used to, but it’s still quite popular. If you were to ask a tea connoisseur whether sugar was good or bad for tea, they’d almost certainly tell you it’s a bad thing. It can kills the subtle flavors that would otherwise be noticeable. But! CoffeeAM suggests that you enjoy tea in whatever way you love it most!