Creating the Universal Language for Aroma
Why is it so difficult to articulate what we are smelling?
The Art: Right Brain
“Aroma is a powerful trigger of memory; a brief whiff can create vivid, potent images in our mind, associated with a confluence of recollections.” - Lana Sutherland | CEO, TEALEAVES
Exploring the relationship between aroma and mood, each blend is crafted in homage to a unique scent memory. The mood of Passionate Pear is Uplifted.
The Science: Left Brain
Utilizing headspace gas chromatography to index scent molecules in our blends, and applying Microsoft's Principles of Inclusive Design to create codified data visualization, we created the first iteration of the Language of Aroma.
Discover our right and left-brained approach to articulate this ever elusive sense: LanguageOfAroma.com
Our Classic teabags use a renewable and sustainable material called Polyactic Acid (PLA), made from corn starch.
With 11 varietals to choose from, we hope you find peace in a teacup.
- green tea
- Ritz In Hawaii
- Admirals Club
- Tealeaves Tea
Love this blend - it is great either hot or cold.
A couple of years ago, a Passionate Pear tea bag was one of the teas in the courtesy bar of our hotel room. Recently, I used that tea bag and loved the combination of green tea, pear and passion fruit. In the order I just received, I am not able to taste the pear and passion fruit, only the green tea.
I received the Green tea. It is as good quality as when I tasted it. It maintains the high end look and feel like I first see it in Ritz In Hawaii. Definitely worth it.