Top organic Teas from biodiverse cultivation or wild collection

Biodiversi-TEA

Top organic Teas from biodiverse cultivation or wild collection – pesticide-free and environment-friendly grown artisan teas by master hand.

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  • Ancient Phoenix Ripened ('shu') Puer Tea

    Ancient Phoenix Competition Grade Ripe Puer Tea – Discs

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    27,90

    Fermented / ripe Puer tea from Wuliang Mountain, Yunnan, China. Winner of the Gold medal for the best ripened (‚shu‘) Puer tea on the Yunnan Government Puer Tea Competition 2011. Ancient Phoenix Competition Grade Ripe Puer Tea sticks out through an individual, full-bodied and soft velevety taste, dominated by coffee bean, chocolate and licorice notes, the biodiverse setting of the ancient tea trees of Yunnan’s Wuliang mountain and a centuries-old tradition of Pu Erh tea productin in the producer family.

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  • Ancient Snow Shan Black Tea from Ha Giang, Vietnam - excelling both in picking and processing standards

    Ancient Snow Shan Black Tea

    6,9039,90

    Handpicked black tea from 100+ years old “Thuyet Shan” (= “Snow High Mountain”) tea trees in Ha Giang province, Vietnam. Our producer partner in Vietnam picks this tea from March to midst of May and from September to November every year with a picking standard of 1+2 from the tea trees of their biodiverse and organic operated plantation, located at altitudes of 1400+ meters. Until today, a large part of the processing is done manually and in form of a true “artisan process”.

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  • Ancient Snow Shan Green Tea

    6,9039,90

    Ancient Artisan Snow Shan Green Tea – handpicked from 100+ years old “Thuyet Shan” (= “Snow High Mountain”) tea trees in Ha Giang province, Vietnam. Our producer partner in Vietnam picks this tea every year in spring with a picking standard of 1+1 from the tea trees of their biodiverse and organically operated tea plantation. Even today, large parts of the processing are done manually, forming a true “artisan process”.

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  • Ancient Snow Shan Tra Pai Hao Tea - A Vietnamese Arbor Artisan Black Tea

    Ancient Snow Shan Tra Pai Hao Tea

    7,4044,90

    Ancient Artisan Snow Shan Tra Pai Hao Tea is a Vietnamese black tea specialty yielded from leaves of the ancient “Thuyet Shan” (= “Snow High Mountain”) tea trees. The Thuyet Shan tea tree is native the central Vietnamese province of Ha Giang. There, at altitudes of 1400+ meters, the biodiverse and organic operated tea plantation of our producer partner for Vietnamese Snow Shan teas is located. The “arguably best teas in the world” convince with meticulously realized picking standard (here: 1+1) and highly diligent processing. Tra Pai Hao Black Tea combines the deep sweetness, cocoa notes and malty character of black Yunnan tea with the benefits of unparalleled quality processing and the special features of the Thuyet Shan tea tree.

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  • Ancient Snow Shan White Silver Needle Tea from ancient "Thuyet Shan" tea trees in Ha Giang province, Vietnam

    Ancient Snow Shan White Silver Needle Tea

    8,4051,90

    Ancient Snow Shan White Silver Needle Tea (pure buds, spring picking) from ancient Thuyet Shan (“Snow High Mountain”) tea trees in Vietnam. Ancient Snow Shan White silver needle tea (pure buds, spring picking) from ancient Thuyet Shan (“Snow High Mountain”) tea trees in Vietnam. Our local producer partner’s tea plantation, located at altitudes of 1400+ meters in Ha Giang province, is operated according to biodiverse and organic cultivation principles. All Snow Shan teas are excelling both in picking and processing standards.

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  • Ancient Tree White Moonlight White Tea from Yunnan's ancient tea trees

    Ancient Tree Moonlight White Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    6,9022,40

    Ancient Tree White Moonlight Tea –  rare white tea specialty from Yunnan, China. Leaves and buds harvested with 1+1 picking standard during full moon in March/April each year from over 400 years old Yunnan tea trees, processed according to a centuries-old family tradition. Tastewise, White Moonlight Tea combines the the characteristics of Bai Mu Dan / White Peony teas with the typical richness and depth of wild and/or biodiversely cultivated teas.

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  • White Moonlight Buds from ancient tea trees

    Ancient Tree White Moonlight Buds

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,9027,40

    Ancient Tree White Moonlight Buds is a rare and highly distinctive tea specialty from Yunnan, China. It is the pure buds, handpicked during March and April from ancient Yunnan tea trees and processed according to a secret method passed on from one generation to another in the producer’s family since hundreds of years. Regarding taste, White Moonlight Buds Tea combines the elegance of a White Silver Needle tea with the rich and depth of teas yielded from ancient wild tea trees.

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  • Semi-wild (biodiversity) organic Anji BaiCha Green Tea / Anji White Tea

    Anji Bai Cha Green Tea (Anji “White” Tea)

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    9,4031,90

    Anji Bai Cha Green Tea/ Anji white Tea from a semi-wild organic high mountain tea garden in Anji county, Zhejiang province, China. Super fresh tasting green tea produced from the rare native Anji Bai Cha (Anji White Tea) tea cultivar, called Anji White Tea due to the white color or its early spring buds, harvested once a year in April, before the buds finally turn green by the end of that month. Picking standard 1 bud plus 1-2 leaves.

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  • Artisan High Mountain Bi Luo Chun from Wu Liang Mountain

    Artisan High Mountain Bi Luo Chun Green Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,2024,90

    Artisan High Mountain Bi Luo Chun (“Green Spring Snail”) Green Tea, a classic Top-3 position among the “Ten Great Teas of China”, from organic and biodiversified cultivation of more than 200 years old tea trees in around 2000 m altitude on Wu Liang Mountain in the Chinese province of Yunnan.

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  • Green tea from seed-raised, biodiverse grown tea trees on Bolaven Plateau, south Laos

    Bolaven Plateau Arbor Green Tea

    7,4023,90

    Bolaven Silver Cloud is a white silver needle tea (picking standard: pure buds) from south Laos. The seed-raised, up to over 70 years old tea trees grow in a semi-wild, biodiverse tea garden near Phonsavan on Bolaven-Plateau. The processing to a true artisan tea is mainly done by hand. At this, the light roasting that is rather untypical for white teas distincts Röstung Bolaven Silver Cloud both from Fuding white “silver needle” teas and from Yunnan “White Moonlight Buds” – also in taste!

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  • Bolaven Silver Cloud Sticky Rice White Tea

    10,9036,90

    Bolaven Silver Cloud Sticky Rice White Tea is a white silver needle tea scented with the Southeast Asian “sticky rice” herb. The basis tea grows in the fertile volcanic soil of a semi-wild, biodiverse tea garden in Paksong, Bolaven Plateau, south Laos. The sticky rice herb, “Nuo Mi Xiang Nen Ye”, is for example also used to scent tea leaves in Yunnan and north Thailand. The combination of the white tea buds’s taste and the aroma donor’s flavor, characterized by spicy notes, is about just as pleasant as it is unique.

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  • Bolaven Silver Cloud White Silver Needle Tea

    10,9036,90

    Bolaven Silver Cloud is a white silver needle tea (picking standard: pure buds) from south Laos. The seed-raised, up to over 70 years old tea trees grow in a semi-wild, biodiverse tea garden near Phonsavan on Bolaven-Plateau. The processing to a true artisan tea is mainly done by hand. At this, the light roasting that is rather untypical for white teas distincts Röstung Bolaven Silver Cloud both from Fuding white “silver needle” teas and from Yunnan “White Moonlight Buds” – also in taste!

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  • Artisan arbor teas from Xiengkhouang and Bolaven Plateau, Laos

    Kinnari Tea, Laos – 6 Teas Sample Set

    23,9049,90

    All 6 Kinnari teas in one sample set. Optionally 6 x 10g or 6 x 25g of thea 6 teas of our Kinnari/Laos line,  from tea trees in Xiengkhouang and Bolaven Plateau, Laos, cultivated in their natural, biodiverse environment :

    1. Xiengkhouang Golden Flame – black tea (pure buds)
    2. Xiengkhouang White Moonlight – white tea  (1+1)
    3.  Xiengkhouang Honey Hill – sheng pu erh tea (1+1)
    4. Bolaven Plateau Green – green tea (1+1)
    5. Bolaven Silver Cloud – white silver needle tea (pure buds)
    6. Bolaven “Sticky Rice” Silver Cloud – white silver needle tea, naturally scented with “sticky rice” herb

    Please note ! Limited time only!


  • Bai Mu Dan / Pai Mu Tan / White Peony White Tea

    Pai Mu Tan / Bai Mu Dan / White Peony White Tea

    6,4023,90

    White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) White Tea from Fuding county, Fujian province, China: perfectly balanced white tea, consisting of a masterful harmonic traditional handpluck of young buds and the pertaining two uppermost leaves.

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  • ShanTea Wild Tea (Raw Pu Er)

    Rated 4.00 out of 5
    7,4023,40

    Wild Tea harvested by ethnic Shan people from north Thailand’s wild Assamica tea trees and processed according to their ancient Pu Erh-style method.

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  • Zi Sun Cha Green Tea from biodiverse organic cultivation

    Spring High Mountain Premium Zi Sun Cha (Purple Bamboo Shoot)

    8,2028,90

    Zi Sun Cha is a tradition-rich green tea from Changxing (Gu Zhu Mountain), Zhejiang province, China, once introduced as a frist tribute tea to the emperor by Chinese tea sage Lu Yu. Our Zi Sun Chan is cultivated to organic principals on a high mountain eco-diversity tea plantation. Only the young bud of spring with 1-2 young leaves is exclusively handpicked once a year and processed to highest standards.

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  • Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, unsmoked, from Zhengshan area, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian province, China

    Wild Artisan Lapsang Souchong (unsmoked)

    7,4023,90

    Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong from naturally grown Bohea tea bushes at 1400 meters altitude in Wuyi Mountain, Fujian, China. A specialty of the organic producer, Wuyi Mountain Farmers Collective, ist die Artisan-Verarbeitung von Wildpflückungen. Diese schöpfen aus aus den umliegenden wilden oder semi-wilden Arealen, wo die Teebäume in biodiverse Lebensräume eingebettet sind.

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  • Black Needle Pagoda Black Tea from ancient wild Yunnan tea trees

    Wild Black Needle Pagoda Dian Hong Cha

    8,9031,40

    Wild Black Needle Pagoda Dian Hong Cha from ancient wild tea trees growing at altitudes beyond 2000 meters on Yang Ta Mountain, Yinggu County, Pu Erh Prefecture, Yunnan, China. Handpicked with 2+1 picking standard and manually processed, roasted in a wok pan, rolled and shaped according to millenium-old tribe and family tradition. The special tea pagoda processing style goes back to a time, when this unique piece of art was created by enslaved tea pickers in the imperial tea garden as a symbol for freedom and a better future.

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  • Raw (unripened, 'sheng') Puerh tea, Lancang River, Yunnan, China

    Wild Purple Buds Sheng Puerh Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    9,4031,90

    Raw (’sheng‘) Puerh Tea from wild, ancient tea trees in the forests of Lang Cang River in Pu Erh, Yunnan, China, picked and processed by members of the Yunnan indigenous Dai ethnicity. An exceptional tea with a rich tradition, featuring everything that can enthuse about a sheng puerh tea, while saving any possible downsides of the same. Whoever felt disappointed so far of raw Puerh teas or simply found it hard to access, should give it another try with this one. And… a tea with a story!

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  • Spring Green Long Jing Dragonwell Tea

    Wild Spring Long Jing Green Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,4024,90

    Wild Green Spring Long Jing Tea, from 100+ years old tea bushes in a wild tea garden abandoned during the 1980’s located in more than 1300 meters altidude in Zhejiang province, China; highest leaf grade (1 bud + 2leafes) manually picked in best leaf grade once a year only in spring (early April).

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