Loose Tea Tins
One of the top ten teas in China. Also known as, Lushan, this tea is a a famous mountain in China with much cloud and mist, because it’s a high Mountain by the side of the first Chinese river Changjiang river and first lake Poyang lake. This tea takes a long time to brew, and should be re-steeped many times.
This is the best-of-the-best of Xihu Long Jing tea (also known as Dragonwell): full and round with slight hints of a leafy summertime afternoon.
This Da Hong Pao oolong tea is sourced directly from the grower on Wuyi Mountain in China. Oolong lovers: you won’t find better than this – it's the king of oolongs.
This sweet herbal tea manages to ring out with lemony flavor, sweetening a snap of ginger and ending with a smooth, buttery feel on your tongue.
Rich black tea with bergamot, plus dainty blue cornflowers, in an attractive, reusable tea tin. It looks as delightful as it tastes!
Tea Tin Size: 90 grams (makes 35+ cups of tea)
What starts out as a sweet, fruit-forward tea ends with a nice bite of astringency from gorgeous green tea leaves. This tea is pretty in the cup and smells like a tropical paradise!
Regular Price: $10.99
Special Price: $8.85
This refined black tea is from an award-winning garden in Assam, India, which produces a tea that’s complex in flavor, like a fine Bordeaux!
Fresh, textured floral tones truly make this tea a connoisseur's first flush (first harvest and most prized) Darjeeling.
This deliciously approachable tea brews up with a light cup color similar to a green tea with a bit more astringency, like a black tea.
First flush Darjeeling (from the garden’s first tea harvest of the year) combined with natural bergamot flavor results in a unique Earl Grey with bright lemon notes and a pleasant astringency.
Nuanced jasmine scent surrounds a top quality green tea. When infused, the pearls unfold revealing two perfect leaves and the bud.