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The Simple Leaf Tea – CLOSED



Last Updated: Sep. 25, 2017

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Honeybee, an Oolong,
Meghma Estate, Nepal
The Simple Leaf Tea was a family-owned tea company based in Chicago, IL, and founded in 2006. The company is now closed. The Simple Leaf carried only fourteen teas, and sourced its teas directly from growers in India and Nepal. All of the teas were single-origin; Simple Leaf's website identified the source of each tea and provided some information on the growers.

The Simple Leaf Tea is distinct from and not connected with Simple Loose Leaf, which is a newer tea company that did not overlap in terms of dates being open.

Some of the teas previously sold by The Simple Leaf included rare and unusual selections that are hard to obtain and virtually unheard of in the mainstream tea world, including white, green, and oolong Darjeeling teas, and single-estate Indian teas from the less-well-known regions of Arunchal Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, and a Nepalese oolong tea.

Simple Leaf Tea carried a few organic teas, and hoped to eventually have more of their teas organic-certified.

Teas From The Simple Leaf Tea

The following is a selection of the 14 teas from The Simple Leaf Tea in our database.

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Black Frost

Style:Black Tea
Region:Nilgiri, India
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Tankha

Style:Darjeeling Oolong
Region:Darjeeling, India
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Chloe

Style:Darjeeling Green Tea
Region:Darjeeling, India
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
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Dawn

Style:Black Tea
Region:Arunachal Pradesh, India
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose

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