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In South Korea a classic, here still a rarity. Originating from the southern mainland, Jungseon Green is produced from the leaves of traditional, indigenous cultivars. The tea garden was founded in 1965 and has been family-owned ever...
The cultivar Kirari31 was officially registered between 2015 and 2016 and is a hybrid of Sakimidori and Saemidori. Kirari31 has a high frost resistance and is therefore popular for the very first Shincha teas in spring and high quality...
It is with great pleasure that we are able to present a tea that has been relaunched with knowledge and technique from over 25 years ago. As a teaching unit for the current generation 'to make traditional tea', a small amount of this tea...
A particularly carefully produced tea from the Tien Mu Mountains in Zhejiang. Tian Mu Qing Ding is actually a monument in Shandong Province, which has survived all storms, quakes and other adversities for over 100 years. A symbol of...
In Japan, a distinction is made between a long, a medium-length and a short steaming process. Depending on the duration, the teas are called Fukamushicha, Chumushicha or Asamushicha. In the case of our Shallow Steamed Gyokuro, the...
This tea combines two dark horses. The prefecture Miyazaki, which is not yet well known even in Japan as a tea growing region, and the cultivar Sakimidori, which is not yet widely known. The name Sakimidori refers to the wonderfully...
Rohini, the youngest tea garden in Darjeeling, undoubtedly has one of the most diverse numbers of tea plants in the region. It was only through an unofficial detour that the seeds of the Yabukita cultivar reached the Rohini garden. At...
The Diyanillakelle Estate was once founded and long run by Scottish growers. After passing through several Sri Lankan owners, it is now in the care of a local family. This family puts a lot of dedication into caring for the tea plants as...
In Korea Matcha is also known as Malcha. For this quality tradition meets modern times. The Tencha is a blend of the traditional Korean tea cultivar and the Japanese cultivar Ryofu, which is also based in Korea. The leaves are carefully...
Chu stands for the carefully selected, medium length of the steaming process. The balanced character and the harmonious basic notes of the overshadowed Okumidori cultivar are particularly brought out by this coordinated production step.
A rich green Tea production from the Risheehat Garden, founded in 1864. To stop the oxidation, the leaf material, harvested from China Cultivars, was carefully heated in roller drums for 4 - 5 minutes with steam. The result is a very...
With the beginning of spring and the rising temperatures, the tea plants also start to sprout again. Our high-quality Shincha is made from these fresh, young leaves. The special peculiarity of this tea lies in the preceding three-week...