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Colombia Green Needle (Bio)
Colombia Green Needle (Bio)
A tea that lives up to its name. The leaves were carefully twisted to give them the shape of needles. This is the Colombian way of producing a Sencha. The tea garden has a long tradition and is run by a local family. It was the first...
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Colombia Toasted Green Emerald (Bio)
Colombia Toasted Green Emerald (Bio)
The supplier of our Colombian teas does not only know how to produce a wide variety of teas, but also takes care of the environment and the people. The company supports various social projects in the field of education and nature, which...
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Colombia Besos de Cacao (Bio)
Colombia Besos de Cacao (Bio)
Valle del Cauca, located in the tropical west of Colombia, offers ideal growing conditions for these expressive, slightly sweet teas. Grown on volcanic soils and refined with genuine Colombian organic cocoa from Tumaco, Nariño. Some of...
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Thailand Dong Fang Mei Ren Oolong (Bio)
Thailand Dong Fang Mei Ren Oolong (Bio)
The Queen of England once called an Oolong from Taiwan the 'Beauty of the East'. Here in the north of Thailand, the conditions are ideal for producing this exceptional tea, made from a hybrid of Qing Xin Da Mao and Ruan Zhi. After the...
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Thailand Dong Fang Hong (Bio)
Thailand Dong Fang Hong (Bio)
If you think you've already seen it all, you will be in for a surprise with this one. A hybrid of Qing Xing Da Mao, Ruan Zhi and Jin Xuan is already very promising. An additional blending takes place in the tea garden. Cicada bitten...
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Japan Kanayamidori Pouchong (Bio)
Japan Kanayamidori Pouchong (Bio)
A Pouchong produced from the Kanayamidori cultivar. Registered as early as 1970, it is one of Japan's older cultivars. Until now it was widely grown in Japan, but now it is increasingly being replaced by the newer cultivars. Kanayamidori...
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Japan Tsukihikari Red Oolong (Bio)
Japan Tsukihikari Red Oolong (Bio)
Isagawa is a village in Hamamatsu that is known for its organic farming. Only a very small area is reserved for the cultivation of the Tsuki-hikari cultivar. As a result, this Oolong is only available in very limited quantities. The...
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Japan Gyokuro Haruto Okumidori (Bio)
Japan Gyokuro Haruto Okumidori (Bio)
The special feature of a Gyokuro is the overshadowing of the tea plant during the growing of the new leaves. For 20 days, our plants have been protected from sunlight before the leaves were ready to be plucked. It is exactly during this...
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China Buddha Fo Cha (Bio)
China Buddha Fo Cha (Bio)
Since the Tang Dynasty (618-907), monks have cultivated the Buddha tea known as 'Fo Cha' at the foot and on the slopes of Mount Pu Tuo. In the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), this tea was even reserved for the emperor. Produced entirely by...
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China En Shi Yu Lu Black (Bio)
China En Shi Yu Lu Black (Bio)
A new variation from En Shi, whose green tea variants have already found quite a few followers. Here as well, the characteristic clarity of the mountain air prevails and certainly sets standards in this price range. A tea that copes very...
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China Qin Xin Black (Bio)
China Qin Xin Black (Bio)
A highly interesting tea from Guizhou, obtained from the cultivar Ruan Zhi. Inspired by the successes from Yunnan and Fujian, an Oolong with nuances of black tea and Dancong was created here as well - and even as an organic variety....
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South India 'Korakundah' Oolong (Bio)
South India 'Korakundah' Oolong (Bio)
Korakundah, one of the highest tea gardens in India and the world. For this tea, plants of the CR-6017 cultivar were used, which was cultivated from Chinese tea plants. Its thicker stem stores water particularly well and it is also used...
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