This Japanese Green Bancha tea is infused with rose petal to give our Bancha Sweet Mango a light floral lift. Mango pieces and other fruits help make this tea a refreshing and fruity experience. Also tastes great as an ice tea!
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.
From sunrise to sunset ═ enjoy the unforgettable taste sensation of our Premium Blend with the well-loved aroma combination of oranges and vanilla. Deep red rose buds, bright carrot shreds and golden orange triangles will light
De-caffeinated Strawberry China Sencha - this spring picked tea is great for everyone, young, old and all those in between who want the benefits of tea without the caffeine. This loose leaf chinese tea has strawberries added
The tea of teas. This fine, green powder is used for the traditional preparation of a Japanese tea ceremony. put one level teaspoon full of Matcha powder into a bowl, add a small amount of freshly boiled, cooled water to make a paste, then add the remaining water and froth up with a whisk.
Special Organic Japanese Green tea in the form of a fine powder. Gently enhanced with natural Mint flavourings. It has the highest level of antioxidants amongst all teas & is famous as it is the tea type used in tea ceremonies
This Japanese green tea, which is produced under special conditions, is grown primarily in the Shizuoka District, near the city of Osaka. “Gaba” means gamma amino acid and “long” is taken from “Oolong”.
The Japan Gyokuro Asahi is defined by experts as the best tea in the world, beautiful grass-like dark green leaves have a pungent smell & a hint of sweetness with a fresh, delicate & balanced flavour. Revitalising & energising
Japan Tamaryokucha is very special tea from Kiushu region and well renowned amongst tea connoisseurs as one of the finest teas in the world. The tea flesh is steamed before it is dried so retains all vitamins and polyphenols.
The Korean Joongjak, a rare tea from Jeju Island, certified organic. A willow green infusion with moderate strength, accompanied by a floral flavour which compliments its sea accent with a delicate finish, containing minerals.
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
This excellent quality high grade Japanese loose leaf green tea, Sencha Fuji comes from plantations on the slopes of Mount Fuji in Shizuoka. This tea is a feast for your eyes & your palate and is a beautiful shiny green colour.
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!.
A top quality green tea from China’s Fujian Province, this China White Monkey loose leaf tea contains large numbers of white-silvery buds picked from the very best of the plant &creating a brew with a delicate and fresh taste.
This blend of different green and white chinese loose leaf teas captivates the senses with Pai Mu Tan and a Yunnan with fluffy tips. Yellow rose buds, pineapple flakes and mango cubes enhance the delicate freshness of this tea.
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
The Assamica leaves are more voluminous, but at the same time softer and more tender in their flesh. Only the youngest leaves are plucked and processed following tradition, but using the latest technologies.