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Think Tea. Drink Tea.™  Go Places.

Tea Philosophy encourages all people not only to drink tea, but also to learn about the individuals who drink it.
Tea itself is as vast and diverse as the countries around the world in which it is grown, processed and consumed. Let there be tea everywhere there is an empty cup.

Thinking tea, Tea Philosophy named each signature loose leaf tea and tisane (herbal infusion) after places with distinct personalities. Tea has everything to do with age, gender, ethnicity, class and/or religion:

All humans have the inalienable right to drink good tea.

That's the philosophy. Here's to bringing some of the world's finest tea and tisanes closer to your own cup! 

Bed-Stuy Breakfast™ (Black)

When it's time to do, then it's time to drink this bold, brisk and flavorful black tea. Selected from Assam regional tea estates, this blend is a liquid ally for facing each day powerfully.

Type: Black, non-flavored

Place: Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn (New York)

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Sybil’s Steep™ (Black)

For those who mean business, this smooth Chinese Yunnan black tea is a straightforward, no-nonsense steep.

Type: Black, non-flavored

Place: Tallahassee, Florida

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Crown Heights Chai™ (Black)

Like Brooklyn's spicy mix of cultures, this signature blend combines Indian black tea, cardamom, ginger, pepper, cloves and cinnamon for a warm and rich experience.

Type: Black, flavored

Place: Crown Heights, Brooklyn (New York)

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River Place Rose™ (Green)

Like a Memphis stroll along the Mississippi River, this blend of Chinese green tea, jasmine and rose is a slow sipping pleasure.

Type: Green, flavored

Place: Memphis, Tennessee

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Chestnut Hill Calm™ (Herbal)

Reminiscent of Philadelphia's historic cobblestone streets, this infusion of lemon balm, rose petals, valerian root, strawberry and chamomile is a liquid vacation.

Type: Herbal tisane
Place: Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)

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