Green teas are produced from unoxidized leaves and buds of Camellia Sinensis. The tea treated in this fashion comes closest to the texture and flavor of fresh tea leaves. Therefore, it is better to drink green tea soon after it was made while its flavor and antioxidant content are still high.
Our green teas are sourced from Kunming tea markets.
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Nu Er Huan15 €
Excellent Yunnan green tea hand-crafted into small neat rings. Nu er huan has a very soft and refreshingly mellow taste with notes of grapefruit.More info Add to cart
A Sichuan version of longjing – one of China's oldest and most famous teas, originally grown in the Zhejiang province. The tea offers a pleasant aftertaste that transmutes from neutrally mellow to nutty over the brewing process.More info Add to cart
Monkey King Tea
Taiping Houkui18 €
Growing on the foothills of the Huangshan Mountain, this tea embodies a perfect combination of startling elegance, supreme quality, and excellent flavor. If you are looking for proof that tea is, in fact, an art, don’t go any further.More info Add to cart
Xue Long15 €
Excellent green tea from Yunnan. Very nice taste. Rich fruity flavor and nutty aroma. Hand-crafted into elongated spirals to resemble the shape of a flying dragon.More info Add to cart
Yellow Mountain Furry Peak
Huangshan Maofeng19 €
Maofeng tea from Anhui's Yellow Mountain is one of the the oldest and most famous green teas in China. The beverage is pleasantly mellow with delicate overtones of currants and apricots.More info Add to cart
- In case you don’t find your favorite tea in our shop, contact us and we’ll do our best to source it. Remember, we have offices in Yunnan, the center of Chinese tea trade.