TEAS

Teas and other herbal infusions fit well on almost any beverage menu. Their applications are flexible: hot and iced beverages, blended drinks, retail packaging and more. Stockton Graham & Co.® offers a variety of loose teas in bulk, pre-packaged teas for food service and retail, and other tea products like tea-based smoothies and maté concentrates.

 mighty-leaf-web Mighty Leaf® Tea
Mighty Leaf’s artisan-crafted teas feature premium, whole-leaf teas and teasans. They offer many selections in black, green, white and herbal varieties, many of which are melanges of fruit, spices, and fragrant blossoms. Each gourmet tea is packaged in biodegradable silken tea pouches that give your tea service an upscale look to match Mighty Leaf’s excellent flavor.
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Two Leaves and a Bud Tea
Two Leaves and a Bud teas are high-quality, single-origin teas and tisanes. They’re all handpicked orthodox teas with no filler, providing the fullest flavors possible. Twelve black, green, white, and herbal varieties are available, with unique selections like Alpine Berry, Organic Orange Sencha Green and White Peony. They’re available in retail packaging as well as food service packaging.
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Paisley Tea by Two Leaves Tea
Paisley Brand Tea is a high quality, delicious, organic and fair trade tea made by Two Leaves and a Bud. This younger, slightly hipper sister tea is an affordable option for any café looking to expand its tea offering. Each box has 20 single-serve, individually wrapped paper teabags. These top-requested flavors come in bold, attention-grabbing packaging.
 redespressologohighres Red Espresso Rooibos Tea
Made from all-natural rooibos, red espresso® represents a brand new specialty beverage: an herbal tea that’s prepared like espresso! It’s the heart of a range of hot and cold coffee-style drinks that you can prepare with your current espresso equipment. It’s naturally caffeine-free and contains five times the antioxidants of green tea, making it a great alternative to coffee.

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