Herbal teas are not a product of Camellia Sinensis plant. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses a wide variety of roots, leaves, and blossoms from different plants. Chinese people often combine such ingredients to make health-boostng, non-caffeinated tisanes.
Our herbal teas are sourced from Kunming’s several tea and TCM markets.
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Kuding Cha8 €
A herbal tea produced in China’s southeast regions. Kuding is quite an adventure tastewise. Bitter and sweet – like life should be.More info Add to cart
Kunlun Xueju9 €
Blossoms of Snow Chrysanthemum from the Kunlun montains of China’s Xinjiang autonomous region. These flowers grow at the altitudes of 3,000 meters above sea level and higher. Only superlatives come to mind when we tell others about xueju’s aroma and flavor.More info Add to cart
For wholesalers and tea aficionados100 €
This service is primarily designed for wholesalers and tea shop / tea room owners who would like to try our teas before purchasing larger amounts for resale. Our sampler pack is a also a good choice tea aficionados who want to try a bit of everything to expand their horizons.More info Add to cart
Yunnan Herbal Mix
This is a classical three medicinal herbs mixture from the Yunnan province of China: Wild Chrysanthemum, Chinese Rose, and Japanese Honeysuckle. The infusion has a subtle fragrance and refreshing taste. It can also be used as a base beverage for iced tea.More info Read More
- 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.