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China Huo Shan Huang Ya
China Huo Shan Huang Ya
The 'yellow bud' from the Huo Shan region is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Already in the Tang Dynasty (from 618 AD), it was produced in very limited quantities and served as tribute tea to the emperor. After slight withering...
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Georgia Imereti Wild Blueberry Leaves
Georgia Imereti Wild Blueberry Leaves
The Georgian wild blueberry is a native tree that grows in the forests of Guria and Imereti. The drink made from its leaves has a long tradition in Georgia. The young leaves are picked by hand in spring and processed in the same way as...
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Japan Yuzu Kuki Hojicha (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Japan Yuzu Kuki Hojicha (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
The Japanese island of Shikoku is known for its rich citrus fruits. Yuzu is a cross between an acidic mandarin and a Chinese lemon. The aroma is complex - the slight acidity is paired with a sweet note accompanied by slight bitterness....
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Georgia Imereti Traditional Black (Bio) Black Tea, DE-ÖKO-003
Georgia Imereti Traditional Black (Bio) Black...
Tea cultivation in Georgia started in the mid-1840s and developed into a real economy that supplied almost the entire Soviet Union with tea. After its collapse, tea production also came to an abrupt end. The bushes, originally China...
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Georgia Imereti Elegant Black (Bio) Black Tea, DE-ÖKO-003
Georgia Imereti Elegant Black (Bio) Black Tea,...
Tea cultivation in Georgia started in the mid-1840s and developed into a real economy that supplied almost the entire Soviet Union with tea. After its collapse, tea production also came to an abrupt end. The bushes, originally China...
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Vietnam Yen Bai Pai Mu Tan (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Vietnam Yen Bai Pai Mu Tan (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
About 17 years ago, five villages from Yen Bai joined forces to give the western world access to their unique tea. Traditionally, the tribes harvest the tea leaves from wild tea plants in the surrounding rainforests. Up to now, mainly...
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Colombia La Cumbre Valle del Cauca - White Opal (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Colombia La Cumbre Valle del Cauca - White Opal...
Only the most tender shoots of the Camelia Sinensis from the spring harvest are processed for this rarity from Colombia. The leaf is wild and unique. The actual production time of this tea takes longer than three days. The geographical...
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Japan Sencha Superior Uno (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Japan Sencha Superior Uno (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
This in a modern way refined Asamushicha is characterised by a short but intensive steaming of the Aracha tea material. Such a high intensity in character and sustainability is only possible through precise processing with the most...
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Japan Sencha Kurumi (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Japan Sencha Kurumi (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Isagawa, Haruno offers valuable characteristics for tea cultivation. The fresh, cool mountain air and natural mountain spring water are the perfect conditions for organic cultivation of tea bushes. Our Sencha Kurumi is produced from the...
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Japan Mizudashi Sencha (Bio) 10 x 4 g
Japan Mizudashi Sencha (Bio) 10 x 4 g
Mizudashi teas are characterised by the fact that they are brewed cold. The tea bushes are between 20 and 40 years old and are harvested by two people with a 'Kahan Tekisai-ki', a traditional tea plucking machine. The leaves are produced...
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Japan Mizudashi Sencha & Lemongrass (Bio) 10 x 4 g
Japan Mizudashi Sencha & Lemongrass (Bio) 10 x 4 g
Mizudashi teas are characterised by the fact that they are brewed cold. The tea bushes are between 20 and 40 years old and are harvested by two people with a 'Kahan Tekisai-ki', a traditional tea plucking machine. The leaves are produced...
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Japan Yuzu Kukicha (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
Japan Yuzu Kukicha (Bio) DE-ÖKO-003
The Japanese island of Shikoku is known for its rich citrus fruits. Yuzu is a cross between an acidic mandarin and a Chinese lemon. The aroma is complex - the slight acidity is paired with a sweet note accompanied by slight bitterness....
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