Herbal and Oolong

Herbal teas, also referred to as tisane’s, use a mixture of herbs, spices, fruits, and other plant material. Generally, these types of tea do not contain caffeine. Herbal teas are often confused with fruit-flavoured black and green teas.

Oolong is the process of withering the leaves under the sun to induce oxidation and then curling or twisting the leaves. Some oolong tea undergoes repeated stages of bruising and browning to achieve the desired look and flavour.


  • Creamy Milk Oolong (O) – Steeped Tea. Mild flavour. Very filling. Best to drink this one hot.