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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...
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...
An exceptionally long-lasting fruity aroma, which also gives a very fresh impression due to the altitude. This tea is also excellent for a cold brew. Brewing time about 20 minutes - but can also be steeped overnight in the refrigerator.
For the first time, this interesting variety is coming on the market, albeit in very limited quantities. The tea plant comes from Fujian Zhenghe and was cultivated in Dengfeng. The soil there is characterised by former mango and papaya...
Kirkoswald Estate, named after its founders Kirk and Oswald, began as a coffee plantation in 1870. With the emergence of coffee rust, they then switched to tea cultivation. Thanks to advantageous geographical and climatic conditions,...
Pai Mu Tan means 'white peony' and has its origin in China. However, this lot comes from the Singampatti Wild Life Reserve in Southindia. The organic tea gardens are located in the middle of the reserve. Ancient Chinese tea bushes were...
White teas from Taiwan are still a rarity today. For this variety the same leaf material was used as for the black Red Jade. After plucking, it was carefully processed, oxidised for an overall slighlty longer time and produced as white...
Grown at an altitude of about 400 metres, one of Fudingæs flagships. Obtained from a plant clone of the 'Da Bai Hao' and traditionally stored on wooden floors, this lot has now reached its ideal maturity for drinking after more than 5...
A wonderful story about Mao Yi (Han Dynasty), who was able to save the life of his mother with the help of 18 fairys, which arised from 18 peonys. Up until today still exemplaric to the meaning of white tea in Asia. Aromatic, light,...
A yellow tea with a long tradition. The monks in the mountains drank this tea over multiple generations and still do so today. The chocolaty - nutty tea has a lot of lasting power. Its look are of less importance, making it even more...
A small area with wild growing tea bushes in the mids of bamboo groves. The name comes from the higher content of theobromine (part of cocoa), which the plant producesforms to protect itself. This tea has a comparably low amount of...