Probably the best known flavour for tea is produced from citrus fruits similar to oranges which come from southern regions. The aroma here is presented in a particularly special manner, using the finest Yunnan as a base.
The eastern province of Zhejiang is famous for Lung Ching tea, which has been grown at the western lake Xihu near the city of Lonjing ever since the time of the Tang dynasty. Also known as "Dragon Fountain Tea" following legend
Our China Wulu loose leaf tea is a very well known Chinese green tea from the Hubei province which is located in central china. Hubei meaning 'north of the lake' has a varied terrain of mountains, lakes and wilderness areas.
With this tea, we are offering a popular and frequently consumed standard quality which is drunk a lot in China. The large-leafed tea is slightly brittle due to its being wiry. The dark, olive-green infusion clearly shows that
This exceptional quality is picked in the winter months in the plains of Yunnan from wild growing tea shrubs. Depending on the climatic conditions, the colour range of the pure blossoms changes between cream-white and moss green.
Singell is one of the oldest tea plantations among the approximately 70 tea gardens in Darjeeling. The plantation, which was originally called Steinthal, has been producing teas from controlled organic cultivation since the mid eighties.
The bright blue mallow blossoms give this tea a touch of royal flair, with harmonious interaction of the soft, slightly spicy China-Ceylon black tea basis with natural bergamot flavouring. Let every Earl's heart beat faster!.
Earl Grey Superior is a combination of Chinese black tea, bergamot oil and blue cornflower petals which gives this popular English classic a touch of royal flair. Bergamot is a variety of orange that is mostly grown in Italy.