Fujian a mountains province located on the south-eastern coast of China, facing the island of Taiwan. It is a key region for tea production worldwide. Its high altitude and subtropical climate results in high diversity of teas, many of them artisan. This region is best known for oolong and white teas, as well as the smokey Lapsang Souchong.
China Pai Mu Tan
Also known as White Peony, this Chinese white tea from the Fujian province is well-known for its delicate and refreshing flavour.
Flowering Jasmine Balls
These amazing flowering teas are handmade rosettes of delicate green tea leaves and decorative flowers, which have been carefully infused with jasmine blossoms to give them their exquisite jasmine flavour and aroma.
These teas are a speciality of Fujian Province in China.
Smokey Earl Grey
Two of the classic flavourings for black tea come together in this intriguing blend.
White Apricot Tea
A Gold Taste Award winning fusion tea that combines the refined character of a white tea with the honey like sweetness of apricot pieces.
White Essence Tea
A truly exotic and delightful blend packed with goodness. White tea leaves are infused with a wonderful combination of floral and citrus notes produced by rose, orange peel and rose hips – a delicious tea!
White Harmony Tea
This is a soothing and delicious tea, ideal for relaxed moments. White tea is infused with chamomile, rose and lavender to create a lightly floral aroma which sits on top of the distinctive mellow flavour of chamomile.
White Orange is a very refreshing tea which combines white tea with sweet orange peel and mullien flowers. The combination of sweet orange and the gentle flavour of the white tea creates a delightful tea.
White Rose & Raspberry Tea
This delicate fusion tea is an experience not to be missed. The subtle beauty of white tea leaves has been refined by a bold blend of apples, raspberries, roses and even pink pepper corns, creating a wonderfully complex flavour and aroma.
Snow Buds is a premium white tea, grown in southeast China at a notable altitude of 1,000 metres, just as it has been for over a hundred years now.