Loose Leaf Tea Types
There are thousands of different tea varieties available for tea lovers to chose from, with many unique teas found only in certain parts of the world. Yet despite the seemingly endless range of teas available, they all stem from one plant – Camellia sinensis. In the end it is all about how the leaves are harvested and processed that creates all the amazing varieties and tea types.
At Camellia’s Tea House, we are truly passionate about loose leaf tea and its health properties so all of our teas contain only naturally grown ingredients. Many of our teas and herbal infusions are designed and hand blended by us in London – a marriage of handcrafted quality, originality and health.
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.
This is a delicious Japanese green tea which is blended with peony flower petals, rose petals and cherries to produce a beautifully balanced tea with a distinctive cherry undertone.
Also known as the “Temple of Heaven”, this variety of gunpowder tea is one of the more popular green teas in China, especially in the eastern provinces.
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.
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.
China White Hair
This wonderful green tea is grown in high mountain tea estates where the gardens are covered by thick fog most of the year.
The unmistakable flavour of chocolate without all the calories! A medium bodied blend of Chinese and Ceylon black teas that has been combined with chocolate chips and coconut to produce a wonderfully light black tea with a strong aroma and undertones of chocolate.
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.
A classic, medium bodied Chinese black tea has been enriched with crushed cinnamon pieces, a once rare and sought after spice.
Dan Cong Golden Stem
This stunning premium tea is made on Fenghuang (or “Phoenix”) mountain, Guangdong, Chaozhou region.
Earl Grey is one of the most widely drunk teas in the world.