Vintage TeaWorks

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A tea so sexy and playful, you’d think it was wine!
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  • Wine Inspired

    6 handcrafted tea blends inspired by 6 legendary wines.

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  • “Love these teas! My personal favourite is the Bourbon Chai, but I have enjoyed most of the other varieties as well - such unique, well-blended flavours combining the best of tea and wine - nicely done!”

    Karen Wright
    Founder of Karen Wright Coaching
    Parachute Executive Coaching

  • “I am *so happy* with my Vintage TeaWorks teas! The Green Tea Sauvignon is the perfect light, sweet, mellow accompaniment to an afternoon at work.”

    Laura Neff
    Co-Owner, Nourish
    NourishCharlotte.com

  • “I have received my tea and am loving it! The notes of Papya, vanilla and cinnamon dance across my palate. This is a perfect tea for the afternoon or evening.”

    Karl Sine
    Owner, Fireside Tea

  • “Brandon Ford's artistry is woven into every aspect of the Vintage Teaworks brand. It may sound overly dramatic, but getting hip to his endlessly inspiring tea varietals has switched up my (life long) relationship with coffee....”

    Kristoffer Carter
    Speaker, Culture Catalyst
    centro, Good Life Project

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Our Story

At Vintage TeaWorks, we are passionate about two things – tea and wine.  So passionate are we about these divine delights that we set out to find a way to bring the two of them together.  We scoured the market and were disappointed to see what was available – teas that were artificially flavored to mimic wine weren’t what we expected or what we wanted.  We knew we could do better and Vintage TeaWorks was born.  Our teas aren't meant to mimic or recreate wine, but rather to celebrate wine and tea's unique characteristics. Read More

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