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McKinney, TX 75071

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Teas for fall

The change of seasons, when you pile on the layers, the temperatures go down, and you want something extra warming in your mug. The spices of fall are reminiscent of the changing in the leaves, and the warmth of tea helps to embrace this time of change.

The roasty, spicy, nutty flavors of autumn food and drink are upon us. What a great time of year to experiment or change to new flavors. We have a collection of autumnal favorites to enjoy while you take time to reflect on the change of seasons.

Black Teas

The aromatic Ginger Peach Black Tea is black tea based with a blend of Darjeeling and Ceylon and enhanced by honeybush. With lush overtones of spice and peach, it warms the senses with each sip and is reminiscent of spiced peach cobbler.

Organic Pumpkin Spice Black Chai combines two favorite autumn flavors: pumpkin and chai spices. The hearty Nilgiri black tea and melody of spices including ginger, cardamom, and clove are balanced with the sweetness of the cinnamon and the creaminess of the pumpkin creates one satisfying cup.

Tulsi Chai Black Tea is a rich bold brew. In India, the tulsi plant is ever present and is considered essential for a good life. Cinnamon balances the black tea with its spicy-sweet character, and the tulsi leaf adds a softer, herbaceous note of bittersweetness to the mix.


Cinnamon Apple Rooibos is a classic fall combination. This sweet and spicy blend may remind you of apple pie or spiced cider. This warming brew is full of antioxidants, has zero caffeine, and is still hearty and satisfying with a slightly nutty finish.

Pear Cinnamon is an ambrosial hibiscus blend. This tisane is full of sublime fruity notes of pears and apples. A hint of warming cinnamon adds depth, while bright hibiscus and rosehips lend their customary tangy sweetness.

If you enjoy these fall-inspired teas, we also recommend trying our Cinnamon Roll Black Tea!

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