tea

Tea can be a pretty divisive drink.  You either absolutely love it or you don't really care for it at all.  We have a theory here at The Brew: those that don't like tea just haven't found the right one yet.  If you're part of that group, come on in and we'll help turn you into a convert.  We're sure to have something that will hit your taste buds just right. 

And for those of you that do drink and love tea, well, we don't really need to convince you of anything.  You already know how great it is.  Stop by and and we'll show you which ones are our favorites.  You never know, you might just find your new "usual."

We order all of our loose leaf tea from Tea Source.  If anyone knows tea, they do.  They've been in the business for over 15 years and import teas from all over the world, guaranteeing their authentic taste.  Take our word for it, they rock!


black teas

Black teas are medium to full-bodied.  They can be hearty, crisp, malty, earthy, or even sweet, depending on the tea.  Black teas have characteristic dark brown/black leaves, robust flavor, and a dark liquor. 

 
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Breakfast Assam

Assam teas come from the Brahamaputra River Valley in eastern India and are prized for their heartiness and their malty flavor. 

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Earl Gray

Classic British tea, full-bodied, with sweet/floral notes.  Made with fine Chinese tea and real oil of bergamot.

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Moon Over Madagascar

A marvelous blend of black teas with Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar.  Rich and sumptuous.  


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Oolong teas possess some of the qualities of both black and green teas.  They are known for their aromatic, fruity, sometimes sweet and bracing tastes.

 
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Iron Goddess of Mercy

Classic style, some sweetness, balanced by a bit of baking of the leaf.  Steeped liquor delivers a marvelous blend of sweet and toasty.


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Green teas have gentler flavors and lighter colors.  They're commonly fruity and very refreshing.

 
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Gunpowder Temple of Heaven

This is the highest grade of gunpowder tea.  It produces a cup with an earthy, roasty sweetness. 

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Moroccan Mint

A traditional Moroccan tea: fine gunpowder tea blended with refreshing spearmint.

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Mango Green

The aroma of fresh mangos rises from the steeped cup, and the tea itself is smooth, sweet, and silky and brings to mind tropical breezes on desert islands.  Great both hot and iced.  

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Red Flower Blooming Jasmine Tea

Individual green tes leaves tied together by hand.  Leaves blossom in your cup, delivering a flavor that is very smooth, sweet, with a lovely floral aroma and flavor.  


herbal

Herbal teas are caffeine free and made from fruits, flowers, herbs, and sometimes with added flavors.  They are also delicious iced.

 
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Evening in Missoula

Chamomile, rosehips, raspberry leaf, papaya leaf, peppermint, spearming, blackberry leaf, vanilla, passion flower, red clover, star anise, wild cherry bark, lemon peel, wintergreen, lavender, all natural flavors and extracts.  Absolutely fabulous.  

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Gingerbread Orange

Full-body, sweet, luscious, with hint of citrus spiciness.  Contains rooibos, almond pieces, pistachios, orange peek, coriander, flavor, peppercorns.

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Organic Rooibos

This traditional South African drink is also known as "red bush tea."  It has a mild aromatic, slightly citrus sweetness.  

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Red Berries

This caffeine-free blend has a raspberry/cherry aroma and flavor.  It's sweet with a hint of tart.  Made from apple, elderberries, currants, rosehip peels, blackberries, raspberry, flavoring, hibiscus, and sour cherry pieces.  

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Lavender

Lavender petals brewed to a dark blue color and a strong floral taste.

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Ginger Root

Pure raw chunks of ginger root.

Descriptions provided by Tea Source.