Green Tea

Green Tea is full of refreshing and cleansing energy. It is also the most unprocessed tea which is gifted by our mother nature.

Brown Rice Green Tea - 20 Serves
Roasted brown rice, fresh green tea leaves, packed in biodegradable pyramid bag - tasty and naturally refreshing.
Dragon Well Reserve - 50g
This is the reserve grade of Dragon Well which is also known as Long Jing. It is grown in Hang Zhou City, Zhe Jiang Province, China. This tea has a unique nutty and floral flavour due to being pan roasted and is one of the most famous tea in China.
Yellow Mountain Fuzz Tip Reserve - 50g
This is the reserve grade of Yellow Mountain Fuzz Tip which is also known as Huang Shan Mao Feng. It is grown in Huang Shan City, An Hui Province, China. It was created by Xie Yuda Tea House during the Guang Xu period of Qing Dynasty. The tea leaves are slightly curly in shape, resembling bird's tongue, green with yellow, silver hairs showing, and with golden fish leaves (commonly known as gold tablets). When brewing, it will fog up the top of your cup, soup color is clear, slightly yellow and green, with yellow and green leaves at bottom with vitality. It tastes mellow and sweet with aroma like orchid, and long rhyme at the end. Because the fresh tea leaves have white hair all over the body, sharp bud tip, and fresh leaves picked from the peak of Huangshan Mountain, so the tea is named Huangshan Mao Feng. Enjoy...
Spring Spiral Reserve - 50g
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This is the reserve grade of Spring Spiral which is also known as Bi Luo Chun. It is grown in the Dong Ting Mountain in Su Zhou Province, China. This tea is hand rolled to resemble a snail. Their tightly curled spirals create a sweet yet fruity taste tea with a floral aroma.
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Dancing Bamboo Reserve - 20g
Dancing Bamboo is special type of green tea which is made of fresh bamboo buds rather than tea leaves. This tea is fully caffeine free. It is a natural detoxing energy which is suitable and enjoyable for everyone at anytime. This tea is suitable for hot or cold brew. Brewing time is also flexible. You can mix it with any other tea of your preference to make it more pleasant and interesting. The origin is Hao Zhou City, An Hui Province, China.