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Many teas can stand on their own as a dessert, or as an after–dinner digestif. The addition of natural essences and flavors to food and drink create an exciting sensual and gastronomic experience, as both the tea and the food are often enhanced in the marriage of the two. The flavors of regional teas evolved with local cuisine just like wine evolved with its local cuisine. Cooking with tea is an adventure in new flavors and aromas. It is an excellent introduction to the vast variety in the world of tea. And don’t worry – tea’s a subtle and enhancing flavoring, very complimentary to most ingredients it’s added to – it’s really difficult to misuse it!
Irish Earl – This hot tea toddy is delicious in cool weather.
Tango Tea – An iced tea cognac cocktail, perfect for summer.
Blood Orange Blush – Citrus, vanilla, and a little sparkly to make your tastebuds tingle.
Mate Lemon Drop – A tasty citrus martini with a yerba mate energy kick!
Snow Flake – A sweet and creamy chilled treat. Perfect at holiday or in the mountains.
Breakfast Tea Latte – Full body with hints of chocolate. Hands down, the best black tea latte. Ever.
White Tea Latte – Subtle notes of jasmine and rose. A soothing and calming healthful indulgence.
Capetown Creme – A healthy caffeine-free after-school favorite with a rooibos tea base.
Iced Red Rocks – This iced herbal tea is subtly sweet and refreshing.
Apple–Mango–Honey Iced Tea – A summer favorite... once you try this, you’ll never want an ordinary sweet tea.
Honeydew Blues Frappe – This frothy bev will cool and satisfy you through the warmest days of summer.
Red Rocks Rub – Sweet, savory, and earthy. Great on portabellas, steak, chicken, and potatoes.
Iron Goddess Oolong Rub – Citrus, herbs, and spice. Great on veggies and fish.
Thin Mint Green Rub – Roasted notes with mint and herbs. Great on chicken, pork, veggies, and shrimp.
Mango Tango Rub – Caribbean flavors. Great on pork and fish.
Boulder Blues Rub – Savory, spice, and herbs. Great on veggies and chicken.
Earl of Grey Rub – Garlic, ginger, and citrus. Great on pork and fish.
Harvest Spice Rub – Sweet, savory, cinnamon, and clove. Great on roasted root vegetables.
Bolder Mushrooms – A slight smokiness makes this mélange of mushrooms the perfect topping for noodles.
Marbelized Eggs – Tasty hard–boiled eggs that appear to have a marbel shell, often seen at Chinese banquets.
Veggie Oolong Frittata – Classing up this Spanish classic. A tasty dish with lots of veggies and high in protein.
Green Tea Chicken Noodle Soup – A green tea marinade on an Asian inspired chicken noodle soup.
Cold Tea Noodles – The Japanese tea hojicha base goes perfectly with this Japanese cold noodle classic.
Rata–Tea–Touille – This classic Provencal assortment takes on a rich and exotic taste with this fragrant tea.
Cold Green Tea Cucumber Soup – A healthy cold soup with lots of fresh herb flavors.
Mango Tangy Pumpkin Butternut Soup – Sweet, spicy, savory, tangy - vibrant flavor combos.
Iron Goddess Veggie Stuffed Tomatoes – Hot and savory, healthy vegetarian dish.
Thin Mint Green Infused Veggie Stuffing – Taking a seasonal Fall classic to the next level.
Thin Mint Tea-Smoked Salmon – A smoky, nutty flavor created by a green tea rub and wood chips.
Red Rocks Steaks – Made with our signature rub to accent sweet and savory notes.
Red Rocks Roasted Potatoes – Roasted herbs and potatoes – simple and delicious.
Red Rocks Sweet & Creamy Mash Potatoes – Naturally sweet earthy rooibos elevates this comfort food.
Orange–Mango Tango Duck – A buttery mango citrus sauce enhances the rich and savory flavors of duck.
Mango Tango Couscous – A Caribbean touch to a Mediterranean classic.
Forbidden Rice – This most distinctive and flavorful rice dish complements fish, chicken and tofu beautifully.
Fragrant Rice – This will give your ordinary rice a sweet aroma. Perfect with any cream–based entree.
Earl of Grey Smoked Chicken – Smoked lemon chicken – need we say more?
Roasted Harvest Roots – A seasonal Fall classic with notes cinnamon and clove.
Earl of Grey Cookies – Fantastic sugar cookies dying to be dunked in a cup of black English tea.
Mango Tango Citrus Tart – The filling contains mango ceylon tea leaves steeped in fresh lemon juice.
"Death by Darjeeling" – A chocolate cake with so few ingredients that each flavor is wonderfully pronounced.
Meditative Crème Brulée – This tea–infused crème brulee is very delicate and aromatic treat.
Boulder Blues Poached Pears – This refreshing dessert adds a touch of luxury to a simple menu.
Baked Apple Tango – Fantastic healthy dessert on its own. Also pairs well with ice cream or gelato.
Boulder Blues Fruit Salad – Fresh fruit dessert with a sophisticated and light tea based topping.
Blood Orange Granita – Zesty Italian ice made with fresh citrus, rooibos, and a hint of vanilla.
Red Rocks Ice Cream – That full flavor heavy cream decadence only found in homemade ice cream.
Bliss Ice Cream – A rich Earl Grey ice cream with a devine homemade fruit swirl.
Earl of Grey Gelato – Pure heaven by the spoonful. Options for reduced-fat or fully rich versions.