White and green tea flavored with Stormwind city apples and cinnamon.
White tea grown in the mountains of Dun Morogh.
With a crown of chrysanthemums and twilight jasmine flowers, this peach scented white tea unfurls with flavor.
Sweet peaches and a hint of tingly mint relax and refresh with each sip of this rare Crusader's tea.
Ashenvale green tea and wild liferoot harvested during a full moon, thickened with a teaspoon of goldthorn sap.
The finest mountain-grown tea blended with natural spearmint and silverleaf.
Ginger, green tea and... what is that?!
An herbal green tea with cinderblood root, firebloom petals, and shaved dragon's teeth.
Inspired by Melithiria
Young green tea leaves scented eight times with summery blossoms of fresh twilight jasmine. Three leaves are hand rolled into pearls and slowly unfold the rich and smooth sweet floral flavor for a truly elegant delight.
Inspired by Horrid and Lo'oped
The finest of Pandarean teas, these bushes are covered in shade two weeks before harvesting which creates a light but very complex blend and a luscious deep dark green color.
A Night Elvish twist on the lemonade stand, this pale hibiscus pink blush is ripened to perfection with heart notes of citrus combined with sweet sungrass and Azshara's veil.
This highly shaded green tea uses the entire leaf delicately ground into a silky smooth chartreuse colored powder. Used in a very ancient and complex ceremony called Chado.
The shading retains chlorophyll, which concentrates both green tea taste and nutrients, making this a healthy, tasty favorite. Oft used in the chadao ceremony.
Served hot, made via straining dried, fermented peacebloom blossoms for a period of time.
A tea invented by a sailor with liver issues. It uses Azshara's veil and stranglekelp.
This tea is brewed by steeping roasted adder's tongue and crushed snake scales of the grassland variety.
Inspired by Lortar
A tea originally brewed by chapel inhabitants.
This high fragrance top tier blend elevates your palate to new heights. It's base is gently scented with a delicate raspberry and whiptail aroma.
Rich spices wafting together create the intoxicating taste of India. Alluring chai intensely mixes with royal splendor oolong tea creating taste bursts of rageveil, cinnamon, ginger, clove and nutty cardamom.
A common black tea of the Northern regions of the Eastern Kingdoms, it is now a staple of golden years to come.
A delicious blend of decaffeinated black tea, chocolate pieces, and flavoring. Sweetened goat's milk is added to make this the perfect sweet treat!
An interesting blend of black tea from Hellfire Peninsula with flame cap and cinnamon.
An odd blend of conneach odhar (salt of the earth), a small amount of sap from the ancient oaks of Gilnaes, then mixed with the water of the River Earl'forth.
Inspired by Ferenold
A tea invented by yours truly after running out of traditionals. A strangely spicy mix with a pinch of Whiptail.
A simple mix that's hard to get in wartime, unfortunately.
A carefully cut and dried combination of grave moss, ghost mushrooms, fadeleaf and the petals of a black lotus, this tea can be very bitter with a slight floral undertone.
A mixture of black and green teas, dried twilight jasmine, zest from a Sholazar orange, and rageveil that creates a light pick me up for midday tea.
Inspired by Bilarix
This is a herbal symphony with delicious mint notes and hints of peach and spice.
A tropical blend of pineapple, coconut, chamomile tea and milk, served over ice.
A mixture of blackberry, honey, mana thistle, and a touch of netherbloom.
An exquisite blend of all of the parts of popular poison herbs that are not poisonous.
A secret oral tradition of the Gurubashi tribes wriggled out for common use by one dedicated tea lover.
Served hot with honey.
Chilled with a slice of lemon.
A pre-packaged bag full of sugar, heartblossom, cinnamon, ginger, earthroot, and orange and lemon zest.
Inspired by Sytoris
The Blood-Honey Drink, like most orcish remedies, is seldom seen outside of shamanic circles. Given the heavy amounts of blood required, it is no wonder that Durotar's visitors would like to keep their distance.
Hot and bitter. Known to cause nausea and headaches*.
*One fatality is known to have occured. Sometime after Durotar's founding, the dwarven explorer Brann Bronzebeard was reported to have visited with the orcs and drank from their tea. Reported to have consumed three barrels of the stuff, Brann was pronounced dead after in and out bouts of fever and dysentery, only to awake an hour later and, reportedly, punching his way out of the desert.
A common dessert tea in Wetlands, sometimes mixed with sweetened ram's milk.
Enticing, tantalizing and truly energizing this rosy blush blend of pu-erh black and green oolong teas merge to create an intoxicating mix of sweet fruit with tiger lily.
She won't tell you what it is, but you're lucky the tea shop is across from her husband's tavern!
Can be bottled for those on-the-go drunkards!
90% beer, 10% tea with a hint of hazelnut.
Inspired by Regg.