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Vietnamese Black Tea

We only like to drink tea from Vietnam. In 15 years of checking purity from other tea-producing nations, we found Vietnamese samples consistently are more pure and natural. Vietnam's tea-growing regions are isolated and have been involved in tea production, hosting "tea retreats" and improving methods for over 200 years. Love the taste, love the history!

  • Vietnamese Black Tea Flower and Berry##3 pouches, makes up to 3 liters##

    Vietnamese Flower & Berry Tea

    $7.95

    The ultimate hot summer refresher - fragrant Vietnamese Black Tea with our crafted blend of Hibiscus Flowers, Rooisbos, Elderberries, Barberries from India, Raspberry and a touch of organic muscovado sugar (4 grams). While... Learn more


  • Vietnamese Black Tea from Thai Nguyen province ##60 grams loose leaf tea##

    Vietnamese Black Tea, loose leaf, from Thai Nguyen

    $3.95

    Rich, fragrant, smooth loose leaf black tea from Vietnam's top tea producing region, Thai Nguyen. You'll love this tea! Vietnam's tea region has been meticulously producing some of Asia's purest, best-tasting teas for over... Learn more


  • Black tea with real rose petals##Black tea with real miniature rose petals#

    Vietnamese Black Rose Tea, loose leaf, from Thai Nguyen

    $3.95

    Since 2005 we have loved our Tiny Rosebud Tea, and now we have blended it into fragrant, pure Thai Nguyen Black Tea to create a perfect hot tea for milk and sugar treatment or for enjoyment iced. Rich, fragrant, smooth loose... Learn more



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