We keep it simple.
We are purists.
We have 7 teas.
All 7 Teatulia Teas are organic whole leaf.
If you like your tea in a bag, you can get those whole leaves in lovely biodegradable silken pyramid teabags. Or if you relish the loose leaf experience, all of our teas come loose too.
Now, about those 7.
Teatulia Black Linda’s Favorite!
Dry leaves: Small leaves with golden tips throughout. Faint apricot aroma.
Aroma: Unbelievably fresh
Color: Golden with a reddish hue
Flavor: Bright, full body. Sweet, rich, absolutely refreshing. Slight nuttiness, slight smokiness. Tongue-coating, incorporating all of your taste buds with no bitterness. Perfectly balanced. Retains its identity with the addition of milk and sugar. Perfect any time at all.
Dry leaves: Broken green leaves
Aroma: Wood and perhaps some green bell pepper. Fresh, clean & grassy like fresh clean hay.
Color: Green-gold with a pink hue
Flavor: Medium body with a grassy, fresh, slightly vegetal flavor. Slightly astringent finish with a refreshing cooling quality. Perfect any time of day for green tea lovers.
Dry leaves: Gorgeous half-inch needles with delicate soft white fuzz
Aroma: Rich and subtle
Flavor: Delicately rich with a hint of peach. Excellent choice for starting off a hot summer day or relaxing in the early evening. Also a perfect choice for those new to tea – the sweet, subtle flavor is a lovely introduction to the world of tea.
Dry leaves: Large, mighty leaves that nearly burst out of the silken sachet when steeped
Aroma: Nutty and buttery
Color: Light golden brown
Flavor: Smooth, medium body, with a mellow finish. Highly drinkable with a slight sweetness at the finish. A very familiar tea that can be easily enjoyed in large quantities.
Dry Leaves: Medium, even leaves enhanced by the fragrance of the finest organic oil of bergamot
Aroma: Mild citrus
Flavor: While inspired by Earl Grey, Earl of Bengal has a delightful lightness and freshness to it. The bergamot citrus hits gently on the center of the palate and seamlessly melds into a satisfying maltiness. The hot tea makes a lovely comfort drink with or without milk or serve it over ice for a delightful summer beverage.
Tulsi Infusion Anis’ Favorite!
Dry leaves: Small leaves interspersed with leaf from the amazing Tulsi plant.
Aroma: Intensely rich & spicy
Flavor: Unlike anything you’ve ever tasted, Tulsi infusion has a rich, full-bodied spiciness and sweetness to it. Delicious hot or cold. Nice with milk. Excellent with meals – should be enjoyed similar to a Chai.
Neem Nectar Brianne’s Favorite!
Dry leaves: Medium-sized leaves mixed with bright green broken Neem leaf.
Aroma: Full nose with a tartness at the finish
Flavor: Totally unique. Bright, full-bodied with a delightful crispness. Cleansing on the palate. Goes very well with savory food. Exquisite on ice.