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Green Tea

Amous green teas from China, such as Long Jing green tea, Bi Luo Chun green, and others, each carefully selected based on our minutious selection procedure, according the criterion: very best quality only, at affordable prices!

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  • Zhu Ye Qing Green Tea - pure unopened buds with white hair removed, from Emei Shan, Sichuan

    High Mountain Zhu Ye Qing Green Tea

    10,9037,90

    Zhu Ye Qing is a green tea from Emei Shan in the Chinese province of Sichuan, well known for its Taoist history. he temples are closely related to the development of local green teas, of which Zhu Ye Qing is both one of the youngest and the most popular at the same time. The initial impression of overwhelming freshness is followed by a complex roundelay of soft vegetal to sweet nutty notes, flawless elegance, and without any bitter. In short, the young, bright, sparkling spring in all of its splendor, just like that, in your cup.

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  • Mengding Ganlu Green Tea from Mengding Mountain, Ya' An county, Sichuan province, China

    Mengding Ganlu Green Tea

    12,9044,70

    Mengding Ganlu Green Tea from Mengding Shan, Ya’ An, Sichuan, is considered to have been the first ever tea to be cultivated. Because of its exclusive picking specifications, picking is limited to a few days in early spring only. Among tea connoisseurs, tea from the peaks of Mount Mengshan is considered one of the most exquisite Chinese green teas, whose wealth of flavors unfolds from the tip of the tongue across all spheres of the gum, whereas the perception of spring-like freshness changes to a complex spectrum of floral notes to mild and sweet chestnuts  in the long lingering finish.

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  • Spring Green Long Jing Dragonwell Tea

    Pre-Qingming “Xi Hu” Long Jing Green Tea

    9,4059,90

    Long Jing Green Tea is the eternal No. 1 among the “10 Great Teas of China”. Our Pre-Qingming Spring Long Jing Green Tea comes from a natural tea garden in the outskirts of Hangzhou, Zhejiang. Here, the early April pickings – before the Chinese “Qingming” festival – are considered the best. The scent of the narrow, flat-pressed leaves already hints at the chestnut aroma of Long Jing tea, complemented by a touch of orchid scent. In the clear, bight green infusion the densely haired tea leaves develop the characteristic, nutty-sweet taste of roasted chestnuts, to which the pre-Qingming picking adds an intensely fresh floral note.

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  • Semi-wild (biodiversity) health and environment-friendly Anji BaiCha Green Tea / Anji White Tea

    Qingming High Mountain Anji Bai Cha Green Tea

    10,4035,90

    Qingming High Mountain Anji Bai Cha Green Tea from natural cultivation in a “high mountain” tea garden in Anji County, Zhejiang Province, China. The rare, Anji-native tea plant variety has its name (Anji Bai Cha = Anji “white tea”) from the white color of its early spring buds. The plucking is possible only once a year in April, before the buds finally turn green towards the end of this month. The best quality is the tea picked during the first days of April (“Qingming”), featuring a “1+1” picking standard (1 bud + 1 leaf).

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  • Zi Sun Cha Green Tea from biodiverse health and environment-friendly 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 health and environment-friendly 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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  • High Grade Jasmine Dragon Pearls Tea from Fuding, Fujian, China

    Spring Imperial Dragon Pearls Jasmine Tea

    5,9019,40

    Spring Imperial Dragon Pearls are a local Jasmine tea specialty from Fuding county, Fujian province, Chan. Basis of our Spring Imperial Jasmin Dragon Pearls is a high grade green tea picked in spring with a picking standard of 1 + 2. The green tea leaves are scented at least 4 times with freshly picked jasmine flowers, before they are rolled into the characteristic even-surfaced ball shape after carefully sorting out the jasmine leaves again at the end of the scenting process.

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  • Bi Luo Chun from Donting Island, Lake Tai ("Tai Hu", "The Great Lake", Jiangsu, China

    Tai Hu Dongting Bi Luo Chun Green Tea

    8,2026,90

    Tai Hu Dongting Bi Luo Chun Green Tea, a regular on the Top Ten Great Teas of China list, from Dongting Island on Lake Tai (“Tai Hu”) in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu. The tea’s most obvious characteristic is the distinctive shape and color of the processed tea leaf, reminiscent of a “spring green snail”. In terms of taste, the lively freshness of the young spring carries a colorful roundelay of fruity-sweet and floral notes to the palate, there gathering them for an overwhelming overall impression.

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  • Tai Ping Hou Kui - green tea of the shidaye tea plant variety native to Huangshan, Anhui, with specific picking standard and processing characteristics

    Tai Ping Hou Kui Green Tea

    9,8033,90

    Authentic Tai Ping Hou Kui Green Tea is one of China’s rarest and most famous teas at the same time. It is picked from large-leaved tea trees of the “shidaye” variety, native to the foot of the Huangshan Mountains in Anhui Province, China. The special features of this tea include its specific picking standard – 2 leaves of the same length, enclosing one bud – and a special way of pressing the tea leaves after roasting and rolling.

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  • Mao Feng Green Tea from biodiverse health and environment-friendly cultivation

    Zhejiang Imperial High Mountain Mao Feng Green Tea

    9,7032,70

    The ‘Mao Feng’ picking standard, always one young bud with one young adjacent leaf, picked at the time when bud and leave have the same length, is considered as one of China’s most exquisite ones. Our Imperial High Mountain Mao Feng Green Tea comes from an Eco-Diversity tea plantation located at altitudes of more than 1000 meters in Chunan County, Zhejiang, where it is picked once a year only, usually during the first days of spring.

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