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.
Genmaicha, or ‘rice tea’, is a combination of green Sencha, roasted grains rice and popped rice. This distinct Japanese tea has bright golden infusion and nutty, slightly savoury flavour.
Green Earl Grey
An alluring blend of Japanese green tea and the essentially British flavour of Earl Grey tea. The two combine and complement one another fantastically, providing a classic green tea flavour with the sweetness and citrusy aroma of bergamot oil
A tea with a kick! Japanese Sencha green tea is combined with lemon peel and lemongrass to produce a wonderfully zesty green tea which makes this a must for any green tea enthusiast.
Japan Gyokuro Asahi
This rare and exquisite tea which is also known as the “Most Exquisite Dewdrop”, was once only drunk by Emperors !
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!
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.
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.
Sencha Organic (semi shaded)
Sencha stands for ‘infused tea’ and it is the most popular Japanese tea worldwide.