During the fall at The Sullivan Street Tea and Spice Co., we like to highlight our favorite 'mood teas'. Blends and 1st species treats that seem suited for autumn in New York.
One of our finest black teas: Keemun Mao Feng, is an example of chocolate and wine notes blended together to form 'Choco-Burgundy', a refined rich taste that pairs well with dark chocolate and sweet fruit.
Keemun is full-bodied and sonorous, perfect for the morning or afternoon pick-me-up.
Born in the Anhui Province in China, Mao Feng has been called the 'burgundy' of black teas for its aroma and multi-toned composition, and will usually receive appreciative nods amongst tea enthusiasts.
Known as Chairman Mao's tea of choice, Keemun's wiry appearance and leaves that stick together like barbed-wire, should be set beside Masala Chai and Orange Spice on the shelf for its seasonal relish.
These amazing cinnamon sticks from Sri Lanka may be delicate to the touch, but they pack an amazing flavor
With the smell of spicy goodness simmering over the stove, the European tradition of mulled wine & cider ushers in the holidays with the warm, reassuring tastes of fruit, spice & sweetness in one amazing drink.