Sentinel Coffee: The Tea Menu of Joy
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Sentinel Coffee TEA Menu
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Wildcrafted or Organic Herbal Tisanes (sane \ti-ˈzan, -ˈzän\ : an infusion (as of dried herbs) used as a beverage or for medicinal effects)
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Organic, Fair Trade RooibossSouth AfricaA delicious herbal that reminds the drinker of a smooth black tea$2/ oz
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Southeast Herbal BlendAlaska!Gustavus Harvest! A tasty blend of nettle leaf, blueberry leaf and salmonberry leaf. This is a great thirst quenching tea that has slightly sweet flavor notes and a good deep base of nettle. Go herbal and feel great!$3.75/ oz
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NettleUSAVery nutritious, deep vefgetal flavor$2/ oz
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Dandelion RootAlaska!Roasted and ground to be your caffeine free coffee substitute$2/oz
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Organic SpearmintAlaska!Gustavus Grown. Lively and refreshing. A great addition to green tea as well$3.75/ oz
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Organic Yerba MateBrazilA traditional leafy herb with a great fealing of lift$2/ oz
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Bluebery Leaf KukichaAlaska!
Gustavus harvest blueberry leaf, roasted like Oolong. Light and sweet. Makes a tasty sun tea
$6.75/ oz
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Black
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Certified Organic, Fair Trade Black Tea(Assam, India)Fair Trade Certified by IMO. Assam is the largest tea producing region in India. The malty style of Assam tea makes a good, robust cup that is great for a morning brew.$28/lb
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Certified Organic Chai(Assam, India)Traditional Indian spiced tea composed of organic ginger root, organic cinnamon bark, organic cardamom, organic cloves, organic star anise, organic vanilla bean, and organic Assam Tea. $25/lb
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Earl GreyClassic black tea scented with oil of Bergomot$25/lb
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Lapsang SouchongSmokey black tea that evokes the orient$25/lb
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Green Teas
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Sencha, steam fired(Japan)Senchas are steam fired to retain their verdant green color and great vegetal flovors. Our sencha is very smooth an refreshing.$35/lb
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Japanese Matcha(Japan)Matcha is derived from a high grade tea called Gyokuro. Unlike most teas, Gyokuro is grown in the shade under straw mats prior to harvest. The very best matcha gets harvested—always by hand—just once per year, typically in May. Roughly six weeks before harvest, that is to say sometime in late March or early April, the tea fields, which are surrounded by scaffolding of sorts, are covered from the top. Traditionally, straw was employed for this, but nowadays it’s typically black vinyl sheets. The idea is to slowly and gradually decrease the amount of sunlight, and hence photosynthesis, by covering up more and more of the light allowed to shine on the plants. This stresses the plant and as it struggles to draw energy from the sun the chemistry of the leaves change. The result is higher levels of chlorophyll (for more intensely green color), L-Theanine and other amino acids.$88/lb
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Gustavus FieldsUSALocal Gustavus Spearmint, wild harvest yarrow, white tea
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Oolongs
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Chinese Restaurant Tea(China)Just like you remember.$20/lb
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Tsuei Luan oolong tea(Cui Hua Village, Li Shan, Nantou County, Taiwan)Tsuei Luan oolong tea has an exquisitely sweet aroma and interesting flavour profile. The slightly floral taste has a definite fruit undertone - said to be the result of growing tea on orchard land. This tea has a very pleasing flavor that makes it one of the most popular teas amongst Taiwan tea connoisseurs. Oolong tea is grown in the Tsuei Luan district of Li Shan ("Pear Mountain"). This area is a former fruit producing region which was converted to tea plantations in the late 1970s. The soil quality of the former orchards is excellent, and the high altitude (more than 2,000 meters) of this district provides a cool, moist climate - ideal conditions for growing tea.$50/lb
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Pu-erh
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Xiaguan Tea Factory Horseback aged Pu Erh
(Xiaguan, Dali growing area, Yunnan Province, China)This tea has a shiny luster and strong scent in the leaf. Its brew looks bright yellow, has a refreshing taste and sweet afternote. To facilitate tea trade with merchants travelling the Ancient Tea-Horse road, Pu-erh tea is often pressed into a variety of forms. The oldest of these is Tuocha, a bundle that looks like a basket or nest.$5/ nest
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Bamboo Packed Pu-erh(Yunnan Province, China)Packed in 1 foot long segments of bamboo, this novel packaging allows the tea to take on some of the bamboos essence. Very smooth for a Pu-Erh$15/ bamboo
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