Product Category: Rare & Prized Teas
Yellow bears a special significance in Chinese culture The first part of the name of this tea refers to its home, the famous Huangshan Mountain (literally Yellow Mountain) in Anhui Province. The steep, rocky peaks are home to no less than 4 of the Famous 10 Tea of China Also known as Cloud and Mist
From the south-facing slopes of Kyoto Province comes this distinct spring sencha The nearby stream envelops these plants in mist. The mist offers a natural 'shading'. This stimulates the leaf and provides an impressive depth to the flavour (a short steeping is required) From 60p per cup
This most pure of White Teas in China comes from Fujian Province It's purity derives from the fresh, unopened buds that are only picked Known locally as 'Bai Hao Yinzhen' (White Hair Silver Needle), the bud is so young it is still covered with downy white hairs. Because the bud must be at its most
We are a proudly British Tea company (you may have noticed our Earl Grey is decorated with the colours of the flag!) Now we have created the official blend of our famous playwright Our task was to create something related to, and reflective of, the world’s greatest dramatist. So, appropriately, we started to read!
From a height of 1300 metres above Pu’ Erh City comes this sheng cha (Raw Tea) The leaf was hand-picked in 2012. It has been stored naturally and allowed to oxidise, so it now bears resemblance to an oolong, while still holding some sweet notes similar to our Yellow Tea Unique is a word often
For 800 years Wazuka has been revered as the ancestral home of fine tea. This sencha grows at high altitude on its sun-rich south-east slopes In early May, the new leaves are shaded for 14 days. Denying the leaf almost all natural sunlight enriches and softens the leaf. Produced in small quantity, this process is