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  • Bingdao Raw Pu-erh

    Bing Dao Raw Pu-erh 2022

    Brief Produced in Bing Dao Village, grown only on few old trees, Bing Dao Pu-erh is considered as one of the most valuable teas in China because of its rarity. There is a slight bitterness to the taste on first sip that changes to a mellow sweetness later. The taste is long lasting and the…
  • Brick For You – Raw Pu-erh


    The tea was made according to Raw Pu-erh workmanship. However, pressing for the shape does not break the tea’s original shape – every tea leaf is a complete whole leaf. The material is the Yunnan large leaf cultivar, which is picked from 100-year-old ancient tea trees.

  • Da Hong Pao


    Among all the Wuyi Rock Teas (Yan Cha), Da Hong Pao is perhaps the most famous one due to its high quality and legendary history and culture. There are many stories about the origin of Da Hong Pao’s name. The most famous one is that in 1385, there was a scholar who was very sick on his way to Beijing for an exam.

  • Dew Crystal


    Yunnan large leaf white tea is famous of the wild and natural fragrance of tea leaves. Like Pu’er raw tea (sheng cha), the white tea made from Yunnan large-leaf species has not been roasted at high temperature, and the tea leaves maintain their active nature. As time goes, it will also turn to mild.

  • Grand Buddha Dragon Well


    Grand Buddha Longjing is produced in Xinchang County, Zhejiang Province, the hometown of famous tea in China. It is mainly distributed in Alpine tea areas above 400 meters above sea level. The product is made from the young buds and leaves of high mountain pollution-free improved tea garden.

  • Honey Wood – High Mountain Oolong


    Honey wood is a sister tea of our Light Breeze High Mountain Oolong. They are both Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong variety (Soft Swig) transplanted in Yunnan. The degree of oxidation is different – Honey Wood is about 85% fermented and Light Breeze is around 40%.

  • Huangshan Maofeng


    This premium tea comes from the Huangshan – one of China’s most famous mountain ranges. This series of rugged and craggy peaks has been depicted in classic Chinese brush paintings for centuries, and historically has provided peaceful refuge for sages, poets, monks, artists and other solitary souls.

  • Huoshan Huangya


    Huoshan Huangya (yellow bud) is produced in Huoshan County Anhui Province. The dry leaf is straight and long. The color is yellow and green. The aroma is like fresh meadow in spring. The liquor is yellow green and bright. The taste is quite fresh and mellow with grassy note. The wet leaf is slightly yellow and bright.

  • Jade Snail – Bi Luo Chun


    Bi Luo Chun is a famous green tea originally grown in the Dongting mountain region near Lake Tai in Suzhou, Jiangsu, China. Also known as Pi Lo Chun, it is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma, showy white hairs and early cropping.

  • Jin Jun Mei


    Jin Jun Mei is a celebrated black tea from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province, China. It is made exclusively from the buds plucked in early spring from the tea plant. The buds are subsequently fully oxidized and then roasted to yield a tea that has a fruity and flowery flavour with a long-lasting sweet after-taste.

  • Jinya Dianhong

    Jinya Dianhong

    Brief Jinya Dianhong is the high end Dianhong black tea. Compares to other Dianhong, Jinya Dianhong contains only golden tips, which are usually covered in fine hairs. It produces a brew that is brassy golden orange in color with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. The leaves are reddish brown after being brewed.  Origin Jinya…
  • Keemun Gongfu Black Tea


    Keemun Black Tea is the best Chinese black tea, honored as “the queen of black tea”. First produced in the late 19th century, it quickly became popular in the West and is still used for a number of classic blends. It is a light tea with characteristic fruity and slightly smoky notes in the aroma, and a gentle, malty, non-astringent taste reminiscent of unsweetened cocoa.

  • Lapsang Souchong


    Lapsan Souchong is a transliteration from Zhengshan Xiaozhong (正山小种). Souchong means small leaf species tea. In Europe, it is the symbol of Chinese tea. Lapsang (Zhengshan) means authentic, particularly refers to small leaf species tea that grows and produced in Tongmu Village and nearby areas.

  • Light Breeze – High Mountain Oolong


    Light Breeze is a sister tea of our Honey Wood High Mountain Oolong. They are both Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong variety (Soft Swig) transplanted in Yunnan. The degree of oxidation is different – Honey Wood is about 85% fermented and Light Breeze is around 40%.

  • Melon Seeds – Lu An Gua Pian


    Lu An Gua Pian (六安瓜片), in which Lu An is the place where the tea is from. Gua Pian means Melon Seed which is to describe the shape of the tea, like seeds of many members of the cucumber family. Lu An Gua Pian is one of the top ten famous teas in China. It has a long history and rich cultural connotation.

  • Mengding Huangya


    Mengding Huangya (yellow bud) is one of the bud shaped yellow tea, which is produced in Mengding Mountain, Ya’an City, Sichuan Province. The dry leaf is flat and beautiful. The buds are even, and the color is light yellow. The flower aroma is fascinating, and the taste is fresh, mellow and sweet.