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Our Products

NLH Coffee Roasters in Coppell, Texas provides a wide collection of tea and coffee products. Whether you’re a tea or coffee gourmet or someone who just wants a healthy drink, you’ll find out what you need to know about our products below.

  • Our Organic Tea

White Tea

White tea comes from minimally processed Camellia sinensis leaves. It is the rarest and most delicate type of tea. We get this product from the slopes of Mt. Kenya.

It is effective in detoxifying the body and lowering blood pressure and PH. It also speeds up the metabolism, controls sugar levels, effectively fights cancer, and helps you relax.

White Peony- Kenyan Premium White

White tea is unique to Kenya which attains its gold and white appearance through a hand-rolling process. It is fuller than typical white teas with smooth sweet stone fruit and melon notes with caramel hints and no trace of bitterness or astringent

NOTES: Very refreshing mouthfeel and a mild flavor. It has the sweet corn notes of a Kenyan Silver Needle and the floral notes of an oolong.

Green Tea

Green tea is made solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Much like our white tea, our source for this product is the Kangaita Tea Factory.

It is loaded with antioxidants that can help boost the immune system and assist in preventing cancer. Additionally, green tea effectively regulates blood sugar levels, lowers cholesterol, improves metabolism, and promotes weight loss.

Black Tea

Black tea leaves are withered to remove excess water from the leaves and allow slight oxidation. By accomplishing this, we can effectively form the taste and aroma of its compounds. We acquire our tea from Kericho in the Great Rift Valley Province and the Kangaita Tea Factory. Kangaita Tea Factory is a Fairtrade-certified tea factory specializing in producing high-quality orthodox teas including the processing of purple teas. It is located at a high elevation just above 2,000m and processes the leaves collected from 6,594 small-scale tea growers whose farms have a total tea acreage of 1,077 hectares. It is the farmers themselves who are the shareholders of Kangaita Tea Factory and elect the directors of the factory.

Black Orthodox Tea

This variety refers to tea that is either hand-processed or rolled with machinery in a manner that mimics hand-rolling. It has a mild smooth taste that makes it a good alternative to regular black tea.

It contains theophylline which makes you feel more alert and polyphenols that helps protect your cells from cancer.

Additionally, this tea helps regulate blood sugar, lower blood pressure, and gently stimulate you. Regularly drinking black tea may also lower the chances of diabetes, high cholesterol, kidney stones, and Parkinson’s disease.

Purple Tea

Royal Purple Tea is a very rare tea that tastes of sweet woodsy notes leaving a pleasant lingering astringency. We import this product from the Mt. Kenya Highlands.

It works like a super antioxidant due to the different amounts of vitamins it contains. Additionally, it has a higher level of antioxidants than those of the black or green tea variety.

The purple tea we provide is the product of 25-year grafting research done by the Kenyan Tea Development Agency. It is a new variety that’s propagated by grafting and cutting, not conventional seeding. Taste it and you’ll experience a malty robust flavor.

Oolong Tea

This “semi-oxidized” tea is primarily grown in China and Taiwan. Most oolong teas produced in Chinese plantations are oxidized for a shorter period than those made in Taiwan. This creates a lighter taste and appearance in their Oolong teas

Some of its benefits include boosted metabolism, lowered cholesterol, and an increase in mental awareness.

Pu-erh Tea

This variety is the most oxidized form of tea. Unlike other teas, Pu-erh can mellow and improve with age like fine wine. Some are more than 50 years old. Rarer ones sell for thousands of dollars in specialty stores.

Taste it and you’ll notice a unique earthy overtone. Often, it is referred to as a "medicinal tea" for its wide range of health benefits which include the following:

  • Reduce Cholesterol
  • Relieve Stomachaches
  • Slow Down the Aging Process
  • Prevent Heart Disease and Cancer
  • Control Blood Sugar Levels
  • Remove Toxins
  • Cure Dysentery
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Aid in Digestion and Weight Loss
  • Improve Eyesight
  • Stimulate Blood Circulation
  • Revive Those Intoxicated With Alcohol

Herbal Tisanes

Herbal and fruit teas are comprised of herbs, spices, fruit pieces, and additional flavoring. They do not contain any leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant, which means that they don’t really count as real teas.

It is naturally caffeine free and can yield different health benefits depending on what’s mixed into its blend.

Yerba Mate Tea

Also known as erva mate or mate, this is a popular drink in some areas of South America. It makes a healthy replacement for coffee since it contains a stimulant that doesn’t cause jitters. Additionally, it helps curb your appetite and increase your energy.

Herbal Tea

An ancient drink of health and friendship, herbal tea also works as a remedy for many ailments. It is made by mixing the roasted leaves of the herb Ilex paraguariensis with hot or cold water.

Rooibos Tea

This tea originated in South Africa but has only begun gaining popularity in other regions of the world. It contains cancer-protective antioxidants as well as beneficial mineral content that provides cardiovascular benefits, calms the stomach, and produces an anti-inflammatory effect.

Single-Origin Kenyan Coffee

Kenya AA

This coffee is considered to be one of the world’s finest specialty coffees. It’s known for its piquant quality as well as a secondary coffee taste that produces a sweet sensation on the tongue tip. Try it to experience its fullest flavors.

Kenya PB or Peaberry Coffee Beans

These have one single coffee bean within the cherry rather than the more commonly found two half-beans. Its origin is when a coffee fruit develops a single oval bean rather than the usual pair of flat-sided seeds.

Around 10% of produced Kenya coffee beans come out as peaberries. There’s a myth that peaberry beans make better-tasting coffee than normal beans from the same crop.

Tanzanian Peaberry Coffee

This kind of coffee is grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, a volcano in northern Tanzania and southern Kenya. Kilimanjaro’s lower slopes provide fertile volcanic soils to grow Tanzanian Peaberry Coffee.

Also, the climate provides excellent conditions for coffee trees to thrive. This gourmet African coffee displays many characteristics of Kenyan coffee, though much lighter in acidity.

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