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New to Loose Leaf Tea

New to loose leaf, specialty teas? Here are a few of our most popular teas and a great place to start your journey to experience the world of artisan teas.

  • Black Tea Traveler

    Black Tea Traveler

    Our sampler is your introduction to black teas from 3 different provinces and the opportunity to taste their finest offerings. Three cultivars have been crafted to distinctive leaf appearances and rich, lush flavors. Grown at varying elevations,...
    3 provinces, 3 cultivars, 3 wonderful flavors!

  • Dragon Well - Long Jing

    Dragon Well - Long Jing

    Dragon Well, in all its various grades, is known for 4 characteristics: a jade-like color, vegetative aroma, chestnut-like flavor and a feather-like shape. It is perhaps the best known of the Chinese teas. Our Lung Ching is a standard grade showing fresh...
    Clean vegetal flavor, toasty, naturally sweet notes

  • Monkey Picked Tieguanyin

    Monkey Picked Tieguanyin

    Our "Monkey Picked" Tieguanyin was grown in the AnXi Region in southern Fujian Province, a region with a rich history of cultivating award-winning, world-class Tieguanyin cultivars. The region's terroir or "soils" - the farms' altitude, proximity of the...
    Vibrant, fresh green colors, lush, floral & buttery

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    Organic Green Tea Sampler - 3 of China's Finest

    China's green teas are famous for their artistically shaped leaves, rich aromas and clean fresh flavors. Each spring as the weather warms, tender, newly emerging buds and leaves produce a class known as "before the rains" teas. These varieties are much...
    Spring greens, elegant, fresh flavors.

  • Pu-erh Tea Sample Collection

    Pu-erh Tea Sample Collection

    These are teas that have traveled with merchants, nomads and lover's of tea for centuries. Pu-erh, varietal Camellia assamica, is processed to a myriad of shapes and styles. Our sampler offers two Shou or "ripe" teas and a Sheng or "raw" style...
    Explore the flavors of Pu-erh