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It’s not hard to find places to use chive greens. Sweeter and milder than the white part, they still pack a lot of garlicky flavor. Dust them on linguine, rice, clam chowder or toast, simmer them into ramen, substitute them for basil in caprese, scatter them upon scallops and skordalia (potato garlic sauce), and munch behind a mouthful of just about anything savory. Those garlic chive greens greens improve every bite.

Steep Mountain features over 115 choices of tea. Some of the selections are unique blends created in the Tea House blending kitchen, while other options are straight out of tea plantations found worldwide.