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 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.
The starfruit is no stranger anymore in our hemisphere: the decorative stars form part of many cocktail decorations. We have combined our “star” with two other exotic fruits: the all-time classic mango and fresh papaya………
A good tea for lovers of Russian tradition. Russian Caravan has a distinctive smoky flavour and rich aroma, which arises from the mixture of oolong, keemun, lapsang souchong teas. Also known for having a sweet and malty taste.
Earl Grey is the most popular flavoured tea and also the most English one. This classic has been known for ages as a black tea, and the friends of green tea have long waited for the Sencha variation - waiting has come to an end
A fabulous green chinese sencha loose leaf tea infused with orange, papaya and lemon grass. This tea will remind you of a bright and sunny summers day and will refresh and invigorate you with its citrussy aroma and taste!.
An elegant, green tea. Exquisite green and white teas of different shapes and sizes will delight your eyes and your senses. Yellow rose buds, red rose petals and lilac mallow flowers to create a soft yet predominant green tea
The basis for this speciality is green tea to which during drying time, fresh jasmine blossoms have been added. The blossoms are later partially removed. Classical form of flavouring has been known in China for some 1.000 years