Loose Leaf Tea
At Sip Tea Room, we serve a wide selection of quality loose leaf teas. Teas may be purchased in our shop Thursday – Sunday. For service, we place our loose tea into our own bags. This allows us to serve a strong brew, which can be topped-off multiple times. Additionally, it allows guests to control the strength of their pot by removing the tea leaves, if desired. We look forward to sharing our love of tea with you.
Big Hibiscus (cf)
The cabernet of hibiscus teas. Luscious red hibiscus with Indian sarsaparilla, ginger, pink rose petals, and elderflowers from Europe. Deep red, sweet and tart; this tea almost needs a corkscrew.
Blue Malva Flower Earl Grey
A well-balanced mix of organic Indian black tea leaves with bright blue malva cornflowers and scented with organic bergamot essence. Smooth and citrus bright, the amber cup offers the perfect blend.
Chamomile Lavender (cf)
An herbal blend of organically grown Egyptian Chamomile and Lavender flower tops. Delight in the sweet flower aroma and soothing nature of this caffeine-free brew. Get ready to relax.
Cranberry Orange (cf)
A flavorful caffeine-free organic blend of fruit and flowers. Experience the combination of unsweetened cranberries, hibiscus flowers, chamomile flowers, orange peel and natural orange essence. A fragrant brew with vibrant, refreshing tartness.
Blend of fine black China teas and natural oil of bergamot, a citrus fruit grown in Italy. A lovely, bold flavor with robust bergamot fragrance.
Crafted with the finest orthodox tea leaves grown in the tropical Brahmaputra Valley, North East India. Rich flavor with a distinctive malty taste.
Classic green China tea with full-bodied flavor, scented with freshly picked jasmine flowers. The flowers are harvested and during the night, the flowers bloom with full fragrance. The flowers are layered over the tea leaves during the scenting process.
Sourced from the finest tea gardens of Rwanda, Kenya and the Assam Valley of India, this robust blend is famous for its rich golden color and much loved taste. Stronger than English breakfast tea, but not quite as strong as the Scottish variety.
It's no secret that the world's best peppermint comes from the Pacific Northwest. Gently hand-screened for perfect leaf size, it infuses a full, creamy flavor with distinct chocolate notes and an intense finish. A zippy tea to wake you up without caffeine.
A blend of the very best Assam and African teas featuring full-bodied tea with a bold, delicious malty flavor. Perfect for those in search of a stronger tea with higher caffeine levels.
In Japan, this delicate green tea leaf undergoes a very careful journey from field to cup. Slender needle-like leaves produce a deeply vegetal taste and lovely aroma, ripe with notes of toasted rice and nori.
Sweet mango aromas in a blend of full leaf black tea from India, calendula flower petals and natural mango. A lighter tasting tea with juicy texture and subtle sweetness.
Highly aromatic with a bright, golden appearance and delicate citrus notes. Grown in the highlands of Sri Lanka, this tea is perfect for sipping any time of the day.
China Rose Petal
China Congou black leaf tea layered with pink rose petals. A mellow, sweet-tasting tea with a wonderfully perfumed aroma. A tearoom favorite.
An immensely comforting cup, this is an early stage muscatel tea with smooth and woody flavors that strike a pleasant note. Due to low oxidation, the flavors are bright, mellow, and keep you hooked onto the signature Darjeeling experience.
A special blend of teas from India and Africa. This breakfast tea is full-bodied, rich and refreshing, with a bright, inviting color.
A delicious delicately flavored brew. Fruitiness of fancy peaches, warm spice of organic ginger over a base of smooth black tea. Light and lovely.
Honeybush grows in the western Cape of South Africa and has a distinctly honey-like aroma. Hand harvested in September and October, it offers a sweet, peachy flavor and a pinkish golden hue in the cup.
Created in the mountains of China. The leaves are dried on bamboo over smoking pine wood fires. One of the oldest tea-making methods in the world. It gives the leaves a uniquely deep, rich, smoky flavor. Evokes cozy campfire memories.
Summer flush Assam tea leaves with pungent ginger root, cassia, black pepper, cloves and cardamom create a rich and spicy brew worthy of any chaiwallah. Our brew is prepared with water alone, so guests may add milk and sugar to match their personal preferences.
Red bush grows near the South African town of Clanwilliam. In mid-January to April, the tender, topmost leaves are carefully hand-picked and processed for a sweet, creamy, tea-like flavor.
Tea Room Blend
To be enjoyed any time of day; excellent when paired with SIP scones. A special blend of full-bodied teas from India and Africa.