Abe's World's Rooftop Oolong Tea is grown in the highest regions of India. Also known as Black Dragon, The Worlds Rooftop Tea is a semi-fermented tea with sichuan spice, pistachio blossoms, and an almond finish.
Abe's World's Rooftop Tea contains blood adaptogens, known to help the body's vital functions in a changing environment to maintain a healthy state of equilibrium.
How to BrewBest when steeped for 5 to 7 min. at 85 °c
Abe's Earl Grey Blue Tea shows its first sign of life in the northeastern corner of India tucked away in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains. Neighboring Bangladesh and Nepal, this a region known as Assam. The moisture content in the air makes these fields prime for growing Black Tea. Abe’s Earl Grey Blue Tea is a classic black tea with added blue mallow blossoms to give this blend a smooth taste and soothing aroma.
Abe's Earl Grey Blue Tea not only fights bacteria in the body but strengthens the immune system.
How to Brew
Best when steeped for 3 to 5 min. at 90 °c
Abe’s Bird Of Paradise Black Tea is sourced from the finest tea gardens in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in India. Packed full of flavors, the sophisticated tea connoisseur will notice a strong apple flavor followed by papaya and floral indicators. The rose petals and mallow blossoms leave a smooth finish on this already smooth and flavorful blend.
Abe's Bird Of Paradise Tea is a natural antibacterial agent and can relieve digestive tract infections.
How to Brew
Best when steeped for 3 to 5 min at 85 °c