Green tea dates back to Ancient China and it was the very first type of tea to be produced. Over the centuries it has spread to other countries, but the best varieties of green tea traditionally come from China and Japan.
It is one of the two unoxidised tea types, renowned for its numerous health benefits, including a high level of antioxidants. The leaves are carefully plucked and then dried using heat, either by steaming (Japan) or by pan-firing (China), with each process resulting in a different character of the teas.
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.
The Matcha Premium is a Ceremonial Matcha, a classic for the traditional Japanese Tea ceremony.
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.
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.
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
Kabuse No 1
Kabusé No.1 is the best green tea or sencha from the main May harvest.
Sencha Organic (semi shaded)
Sencha stands for ‘infused tea’ and it is the most popular Japanese tea worldwide.