Green Teas

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    Japan Sencha

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    Sencha, which means ‘steamed tea’, is by far the most popular tea in Japan. It has a tender and sweetish note, which will appeal to everyone’s taste!

    From £7.95
  • Jasmine Bai Mao Hou

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    Also known as 'White Haired Monkey' because the young tea buds appear twisted and have a silvery hue. The tea produces a classic, sweet, jasmine flavour and wonderful aroma. It was traditionally drunk by Chinese ladies for its beauty-enhancing qualities!

    From £7.95
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    Jasmine Pearls

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    This tea comes from the Fujian province and is also known as “Phoenix Dragon Pearls”.

    From £19.95
  • Lung Ching

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    Also known as ‘Dragonwell’, Lung Ching is one of the most famous Chinese green teas worldwide, renowned for its quality and remarkable flavour.

    From £7.95
  • Lung Ching Tea Pouches

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    Also known as ‘Dragonwell’, Lung Ching is one of the most famous Chinese green teas worldwide, renowned for its quality and remarkable flavour.

    £6.99
  • Peach Tea

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    This tea captures the flavour of the summer with its sweet and aromatic taste of ripe peaches. A mild tasting Japanese green tea is infused with peach essence and sunflower blossoms to create a delicious and attractive looking tea.

    £5.95
  • Sencha Organic (semi shaded)

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    Sencha stands for ‘infused tea’ and it is the most popular Japanese tea worldwide.

    £13.95