Anji Bai Cha
This premium, delicate early spring green tea has a unique shape like a pine needle with a very pale green color reminiscent of soft green jade.
Camellia’s Tea House Welcome Tea
A light golden infusion with soft texture that will refresh and soothe your senses.
A rare green tea, this Ceylon tea originates from the Indulgashina gardens in Sri Lanka, which is ranked highly for offering the finest organic green teas. This tea shimmers in many shades of green, with long, slightly needle-like leaves. It has a bright green infusion and leaves you with a lightly flowery and sweet taste.
China Milky Oolong
This award winning oolong tea has a delicious and distinctive flavour with vanilla undertones. This extraordinary tea is characterised by a milky and smooth infusion and is a true delight to all the senses.
This is a delicious fusion of Pu Erh tea, ginger and lavender and when combined it creates an earthy, spicy blend with touches of floral notes.
Darjeeling Jungpana Supreme 2nd Flush
Jungpana is a tiny, beautiful and renowned garden nestled in the hills of the Kurseong Valley, Darjeeling, India.
Formosa Oolong (or Wulong) is one of the most popular teas in Taiwan because it is very smooth, smells like Orchids and has a wonderful rich and fruity flavour.
Formosa Oolong Top Fancy
This is a truly magnificent tea – it is very rare and a real treat for all tea lovers.
Kabuse No 1
Kabusé No.1 is the best green tea or sencha from the main May harvest.
Matcha Premium Organic (semi shaded)
The Matcha Premium is a Ceremonial Matcha, a classic for the traditional Japanese Tea ceremony.
Like other Pu Erh teas, this one represents a unique type of tea that has been double fermented and buried underground for up to two years.
Pu Erh Orange
Pu Erh Tea is a popular tea amongst dieters because it is believed to have fat reducing properties.
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