infusions tea selections
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF TRANSITIONING TO OUR NEW WEBSITE AND HAVE STOPPED MAINTAINING THIS WEBSITE. SOME TEAS SHOWN ON THIS WEBSITE HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED AND WE HAVE ADDED OTHER TEAS. ALL PRICES LISTED ON THIS WEBSITE ARE OUT OF DATE AND ARE NOT CORRECT. PLEASE CALL FOR CORRECT PRICES BEFORE ORDERING. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. PLEASE WATCH FOR OUR NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON.
TO ORDER TEAS, PLEASE CALL INFUSIONS AT 707-829-1181 or EMAIL US AT firstname.lastname@example.org
You can enjoy our teas in our teahouse 362 days a year. We also serve a traditional, elegant High Tea the first and third weekends of every month. The menu changes every month (see our calendar of events for menu and time details.)
All tea comes from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis. Teas vary because of differences in growing conditions, the kind of leaves used, and how the leaves are processed.
The differences between the well over two thousand types of tea result from variations in the processing of the leaves after they are harvested. There are essentially four different methods of manufacturing tea, giving us the four major categories: Black, Green, White, and Oolong. A fifth category is aged tea, known as Puerh. All can further be categorized as scented or blended.
Like wine, tea also varies according to the region in which it is grown, the sun, rainfall, altitude, soil, season, time of day picked, and the skill of the picker. All truly fine teas have in common that only the most aromatic, young, top two leaves and the unopened leaf bud are used. The production of tea is a labor-intensive process and every step is essential to achieve superior quality.
The following is a list of the teas we carry. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing our teas or teaware.
TO ORDER TEAS, OR TEAWARE, PLEASE CALL INFUSIONS AT 707-829-1181, or EMAIL US AT email@example.com