(China) Pouchong tea married with fresh jasmine flowers. As the evening temperature drops, the flowers begin to open with a distinctive "pop" and the aroma is fanned over the tea. The oldest of the scented teas with a sweet, pale green liquor and a heavenly delicate flavor.
Large leaves are pressed into bowls, wrapped in silk and semi-fermented, but for longer than traditional Oolong the taste ranges from mild to earthy to deep, malty flavor. Maintains flavor through multiple infusions.
Rich, distinctive blend of South American coffees, light and dark roasted with slightly smokey overtones and medium body to please the most discriminating palate. 99% caffeine-free, decaffeinated with a natural mountain water method.
(China) Temple of Heaven Garden. The color is pale, with a light, sweet-tasting liquor. The leaves are rolled very tightly into small pellets resembling buckshot, which is where the name comes from. Chinese call this “pearl tea”
Golden flowers imported from Egypt. Brews a light yellow liquor with a soothing flavor. Store in a cool, dry place. Contains Vitamin A and high levels of calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron. Good for indigestion and insomnia.
(China) Meticulously prepared from the youngling buds and the tender leaves sprouting in the spring season. Distinguished for its flat, smooth appearance and emerald green color with a fragrant and fresh aroma, mellow and sweetish taste. Can be infused twiceGreen Lung Ching Dragon Well tea is refreshingly smooth, sweet and delicate, among the very best...
The genus "mentha piperita". Light, refreshing aroma with a slightly green liquor in the cup. Pert, minty finish. Can be infused and reinfused while retaining its flavor. Refreshing morning tea, caffeine free.