Specialties – Unique Dobra Blends

In addition to classic teas, Dobrá Tea also offers some of its own blends and recipes inspired by the many traditions we have encountered on our travels.


Dobra Tea Specialties

Memories of Prague

Our special recipe: black Assam leaf tea mixed with bitter chocolate. A favorite among American visitors in the Czech Republic. The infusion has a seductive sweet aroma. Served with Pioneer Valley milk or dairy-free milk options and honey. Available with caffeine or caffeine free.


Taste of Kashmir

A drink with an aroma that elates, and summons up the seductive distances of the East. A blend of green, black and oolong teas with dried apples, orange peel and cloves. A yellow-green infusion, with a penetrating clove aroma and slightly biting flavor with fruity aftertaste. Served with Pioneer Valley milk or dairy-free milk options and honey.


Sweet Smell of Jerusalem

A black Indian tea, spiced with ground cinnamon according to a traditional Hassidic recipe from Eastern Europe. The combination of cinnamon with the strong black tea produces a mildly uplifting, calming drink. Served with Pioneer Valley milk or dairy-free milk options and honey.


Boston Tea Party

Inspired by the fateful events of December 16, 1773. A Chinese black tea and green tea blend. Boston Tea Party offers a robustly sweet, smokey and astringent flavor. Suitable for celebrating any significant anniversary, or preparing for a revolution.


Russian Caravan

Our very own tea blend in honor of the 19th century Russian tea traders whose caravans would spend sixteen months in transit to and from China. Our Russian Caravan is a blend of two Chinese Black Teas: Qi Hong Mao Feng and Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong (Lapsang Souchong). The taste is warm, rich and lightly smokey. A perfect morning tea, the Russian Caravan will gently transport you from sleep into waking.



Moroccan Specialties

Touareg – Moroccan Mint

Named for the nomadic tribe of Northern Africa, we bring you a sweetened green leaf tea mixed with the ground Moroccan “Nana” mint. A Moroccan recipe, this yellow-green infusion with strong minty aroma is sweet and refreshing. It is traditionally drunk to keep cool in the sweltering heat of the Marrakesh markets. It comes in an authentic stainless steel teapot with real Moroccan tea glasses. Available with caffeine or without.



Indian Specialties

Chai, Chai, Chai!!!

Memories of India. A black Indian Assam tea prepared in the traditional way. The tea is simmered with sugar and local milk or dairy-free milk options, and poured with an uninterrupted shout of “chai, chai, chai” just as it is served in India. A good tea for reminiscing about glorious journeys. This tea may take a few extra minutes to prepare.


Masala Tea

A ritual based on an Indian recipe. Tea with a mixture of spices: fennel, cinnamon, ground ginger, cardamom, orange peel and cloves. Served with warm Pioneer Valley milk or dairy-free milk options and honey. The infusion has a strong fragrant aroma and slightly intoxicating effects. Regular or caffeine free.


Shiva and Lakshmi

An aromatic combination of Tulsi Holy Basil and Nilgiri Shiva black tea. In this brew, Tulsi, an avatar of Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and prosperity), consorts with Shiva (the auspicious one) to produce a cup full of sweet heavenly bounty and rich divine energy.



Japanese Specialties


Matcha tea is gently warmed with local or dairy-free milk and a dash of honey. Served in a traditional Japanese cup. Warming and uplifting!