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Dessert-Like | Nutty | Rich
pu erh tea, black tea, Las Cruces, NM grown pecans, safflower, cinnamon chips, cocoa nibs and natural flavors
New Mexico might be best known for green chile, but pecans
are actually the state's top sold agricultural product. New Mexican pecan trees thrive near the Rio Grande, while enjoying the dry climate in the desert. Pecan Pie Pu Erh captures the spirit of indulgence and reminds us of the holiday season in New Mexico, filled with treats from locally grown pecan trees and joyful energy.
Comforting | Spiced | Shortbread
sencha green tea, cinnamon, anise, cacao shells, Hatch New Mexico green chile powder, chamomile and natural flavors
Hatch green chile is THE flavor of New Mexico, and in this state we'll pair that roasted, spicy fruit with almost anything! Pairing green chile with our state cookie, the Biscochito, seemed like an obvious combo! If you haven't tried a biscochito, it is a crumbly, little butter cookie filled with notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and anise, and coated in powdered sugar - the blend is sweet and spicy.
Fruit-Forward | Sweet Melon | Delicate Tanginess
green rooibos, sencha green tea, hibiscus, pear pieces, safflower, and natural flavors
Prickly Pear is the fruit of the nopal cactus and grows wild in the deserts, high and low, of New Mexico. The Prickly Pear fruit has a diverse history in the Southwest being used in food, medicine, and even dying cloth. This native plant captures
the spirit of the landscape with its fierceness balanced by its beauty.
Herbaceous | Refreshing | Citrus
lemon myrtle, lemongrass, lemon peels, sage, lavender, rose hips, licorice root, and marigold flowers
This herbaceous blend pays homage to the crops in our state that thrive on New Mexico's sunshine, dry climate, and sandy soil. Lavender Sage Lemonade is refreshing, cleansing, and speaks to both the wildness and the
calmness of the sparsely populated state.
Creamy | Dessert-Like | Subtle Cinnamon Kick
rooibos, cinnamon, and natural vanilla flavor
Horchata is a traditional Mexican beverage made from rice milk and cinnamon. This blend is a healthy alternative made with vanilla rooibos and is reminiscent of family and community gatherings in New Mexico. This blend makes us feel nostalgic for childhood summers and being surrounded by loved ones. Serve hot or iced with a generous dollop of honey and cream!
Tropical | Dessert-Like | Bright
dark oolong tea, honeybush, Piñon Coffee House Adobe Morning whole bean coffee, Piñon Coffee House Adobe Morning ground coffee, marigold flowers, pineapple pieces, rose petals, and natural flavors
In a state where big business has barely arrived, local businesses have our heart! This blend was made in collaboration with the iconic Piñon Coffee, and shows the spirit of community and friendship in New Mexico. It taste like pineapple upside down cake dipped in a cup of coffee. Dessert for breakfast is here to stay because we New Mexicans prioritize food and indulgence above all else!