New Mexico Tea Company Tea Tins

New Mexico Tea Company

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Wild Knits is delighted to carry New Mexico Tea Company's loose leaf tea tins! Their high quality tea blends and uniquely artistic tea tins are what drinking tea is all about. 

About New Mexico Tea Company...

"Our passion and specialty is bulk loose leaf tea from around the world. Some teas we blend ourselves, some we import directly, and some we buy from other importers. Our goal is to make available a range of tea and tea products to our neighbors throughout the state of New Mexico as well as our neighbors around the world."

Details

Blue Oasis

Brewed to an oceanic color using Thai pea flower, this tea is a blend oolong and white teas of fruity, delicate notes that are sure to teleport you straight to a sandy beach. Ingredients: Juniper Berries, Black Tea, Oolong, Rosemary, Tulsi, Pea Flower, Yellow Tea, White Tea, Rose, Cardamom, Natural Flavors.

Black Cherry Cola

The sweetness of the sarsaparilla is evenly balanced with the tart fruit of the cherry to perfection, making this tea a great party drink, hot or iced! Ingredients: Black tea, cherry, pomegranate, lemon peel, sarsaparilla, elderberry, safflower.

Machu Peach-u

This white tea from China has a prominent peach aroma and a flavor that is very smooth, very peachy, with lots of body for a white tea. If you're looking for a white tea that is a little silky, a little sweet, and has a little something extra-this is the tea. It is made using White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) white tea. Ingredients: White tea, peach pieces and flavor, calendula petals.

Casablanca 

A pleasing Earl Grey blend of black tea, green tea, and mint with a whiff of bergamot. Sweet and pungent, a bracing tea to be drunk hot, iced, alone or with sugar. Ingredients: Green tea, black tea, peppermint, bergamot oil.

Black Chocolate Mint

A perfect dessert tea with fresh lovely mint combined with full flavored chocolate and black tea. If you want a something without sugar, try this, a chocoholic favorite! During its long history, chocolate was originally drunk, not eaten, with its origins being traced back to the ancient Maya, and Aztec civilization in Central America. The Maya used cocoa beans as a form of currency as well as a special ingredient in their drink. For the Europeans, in the 1600's and 1700's, there existed a hefty import duty on cocoa, resulting in chocolate becoming an item that only the wealthy could afford to enjoy. Ingredients: Black tea, mint, chocolate pieces, chocolate mint flavor.

Rainbow Amaretto Rooibos

Add some milk and sugar to this rooibos and the amaretto comes alive. It's like drinking a cookie. Ingredients: Rooibos, red thistle, cornflower and calendula petals, almond extract, natural flavors. WARNING: this tea has nut oil, specifically Almond and Hazelnut, as a part of the natural flavorings.

Angel Falls Mist

A wildly exotic strawberry and lemon character. This tisane was named in honor of the highest waterfall in the world - Angel Falls. This waterfall is located in the tropical jungles of Venezuela and drops over 2000 feet. The volume of water that falls is quite small compared to major waterfalls such as Niagara or Victoria Falls but none can compare to the height. At the bottom of the falls there is a constant drizzle because the water literally turns to mist on account of the fact that the water breaks down into molecules after the dizzying drop. Ingredients: Natural dried apple pieces, hibiscus, rosehip, natural dried orange, calendula petals, and natural flavors..

Thai Lemon Ginger 

This Rooibos arrives just in time for the dog days of Summer! Flavored with Thai ginger, lemon, lime and pineapple, it makes a delightful refreshment for a heatwave. Since this tea is a Rooibos that means it contains no caffeine, which is perfect to keep the kids from bouncing off the walls. Ingredients: Rooibos, lemongrass, ginger, pineapple and lime pieces, lime leaves, calendula petals, natural flavors.

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