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This Michigan inspired tea garners its name from Detroit's Underground Railroad code name, "Midnight."

A Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe, grown at high elevations in the mountains of Kenya, "Midnight" has a deep, strong profile that tantalizes the palate. Even with it's bold and robust character the brewed cup offers a clean, smooth finish. A fascinating cup!

Tolerates milk very well.


S•TEA•Ping Suggestions:

Use 1-2 tsp of tea leaves (2-3 grams) per 8 oz. water, 200-210 F. Steep in for 3 minutes.


To cold brew use 1-2 teaspoons of tea leaves (2-3g) per 8 oz. of room temperature water. Store covered, in the refrigerator, for 6-12 hours. Strain, and enjoy over ice.

Code named “Midnight” by Underground Railroad “conductors,” Detroit provided access to Canada.... and freedom, for formerly enslaved people in the 1800's. Following the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, Canada became the ultimate goal for many freedom seekers and thus Detroit, by geographical location proximity. For more information on Michigan's role during this time in American history, please visit the Detroit Historical Societies' website:


PriceFrom $9.00
  • Black tea leaves.

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