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TEA BY TYPE

On this page, you’ll find our teas grouped by type. Click on the icons below to find the best available black teas, green teas, flavored, loose leaf, and herbal infusions.

Searching by type is a great way to find tea based on the flavor profiles you enjoy.


Navigation Tip: Just click the icon below to view the products in the Tea by Type category. For example, by clicking "Loose Leaf Tea" icon below, you will be brought to a page displaying all of our loose leaf tea items. Or, to use the drop-down menu, hover the mouse cursor over the Tea By Type link above, and a drop-down menu will appear with all of our types of tea categories displayed. By clicking on a specific tea type icon in the drop-down menu, you’ll be taken to the pages with the range of items available in that category.
  • Black Tea


    Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized and, generally, more flavorful than oolong, green, or white teas. In China, it is called "red tea" after the color of the brew, but in the West it is called "black tea" for the color of the leaves. Although green tea has recently received increased attention for associated health benefits, black tea accounts for over ninety percent of tea sales in Western countries. Check out our selection of black teas below!

  • Decaffeinated Tea


    Here you will find a comprehensive list of our decaffeinated tea products from the brands we carry. Now you can enjoy a cup of tea any time of day!

  • Flavored Black Tea


    Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidized and, generally, more flavorful than oolong, green, or white teas. The flavor of black tea is well-suited to be complimented by many other tastes and aromas, from herbs and spices to real fruit pieces. Check out our selection of flavored black teas below!

  • Flavored Green Tea


    Green tea is a type of tea that has not undergone the same oxidation and withering processes as black or oolong tea. Green tea also offers a gentler taste and aroma than black tea. The flavor of green tea is well-suited to be complimented by many other tastes and aromas, from herbs and spices to real fruit pieces. Check out our selection of flavored green teas below!

  • Fruit and Herbal Infusion


    Fruit and herbal infusions have been a popular beverage nearly as long as written history extends. They are commonly referred to as tisanes, and include any beverage made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices, fruits, or other plant material in hot water. They are created without tea leaves, which makes them naturally caffeine-free and further distinguishes them from black, green, oolong, or decaffeinated tea products. They can be consumed both hot or cold. Check out our selection of natural fruit and herbal infusions below!

  • Green Tea


    Green tea originates from China. It is a type of tea that has not undergone the same oxidation and withering processes as black or oolong tea. Green tea also offers a gentler taste and aroma than black tea. Recently, green tea has increased in popularity due to its association with a variety of health benefits. Check out our selection of green teas below!

  • Loose Leaf Tea


    Loose Leaf teas are freely packaged rather than contained in individually wrapped bags, which lends many benefits to drinking loose leaf tea. Loose leaf teas are not inhibited by bags, which allows them to expand to their full flavor and aroma during brewing. Furthermore, loose leaf teas are often composed of whole, undamaged leaves, enabling them to maintain more essential oils and aromas. Check out our selection of loose leaf teas below!