This tea has a lively nutty liquor and medium body. A traditional Chinese tea named after it’s general resemblance to gunshot. China, Organic, Green Tea.
Beautiful beyond description, this organic green tea will soothe your ruffled feathers and leave you refreshed and ready to face what ever life throws your way. China, Organic, Green Tea.
A very fine yellow tea that is so smooth that you can drink it all day. With little to no astringency it is a delicate as a China, Organic, Yellow tea.
This tea has an obvious nutty aroma.
Slightly sweet with earthy and musky aromas that rest on the nose and palate, reminiscent of a walk in the woods. The leaves of this tea undergo a post-fermentation process referred to as microbial fermentation. If you love the great outdoors you will be fascinated by this tea!
A rich aroma and smooth finish just like an emperor demands.
A superior grade of Keemun that is highly celebrated in China. It is milder and a bit more complex than his sister Victorian Keemun. Morning tea drinkers who are in search of a milder tea to take straight up without milk or sugar might really enjoy this one.
A distinctive tea with light, sweet, and smoky top notes. Popular in the mid 1870’s during Queen Victoria’s reign it is one of the teas found in English Breakfast Blends.
A delightful whole leaf tea that is full- bodied, malty, and brisk, perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea time. The addition of milk and sugar make it almost a meal!
This quick steeping tea is one of the most popular teas in India today it is rich, malty, and brisk. It is perfect by itself for breakfast or as a homemade Chai.