Tea is produced from the Camellia Sinensis Sinensis and the Camellia Sinensis Assamica varieties. The plant can grow to the height of a tree depending on area and terrain or is kept as a bush which makes plucking easier. Tea leaves are graded depending on the part of the plant that it comes from. The top leaves are the most prized. They are the newest, most tender growth.
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
White Pai Mu Tan tea is produced in small amounts in the Fujiann province. It has a delicate, velvety taste, devoid of bitterness and has a straw-like appearance. This tea undergoes very little processing and is hand picked.