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This tea makes it into the Fancy range and whilst it does not contain as many white tips as the higher grades, it still provides a wonderful fruity cup with a good aftertaste and is a great introduction to Formosa Oolong Tea.

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Classed by the Chinese as Jasmine Number 1, a grade just below the exotic jasmines, this green tea has all the flavour, aroma and great qualities you would expect of such a prized tea. The secret is high quality green tea and fine jasmine blossoms which...

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Made only from Sencha harvested during the early spring when the quality of leaf is at its best, our Kaika Cherry Sencha is a delightful combination of high quality Sencha green tea, rose petals and natural cherry flavour. A smooth tea with refreshing...

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Mountain Dream flowering tea from the Anhui Province in China, is a tea lovingly prepared according to ancient artisan techniques. Amaranth and Jasmine Blossoms and carefully hand tied as they have been for hundreds of years resulting in a very...

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Hand plucked, the Darjeeling tea leaves are allowed to wither slowly to reduce their water content. After this process, they are then subjected to steam whereby even more water is then removed. Machine rolled, the leaves are then left to dry and produce...

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A whole leaf tea, Pouchong is classed between an Oolong tea and Green tea. It has a more mellow taste than Oolong tea yet stronger than Green tea. Also known as Wen Shan Pouchong Tea the leaves contain...

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Imagine the taste as you bite into a freshly picked summer strawberry, sweet and juicy, refreshing and satisfying. Well we've got a similar experience for you when you drink a cup of Summer Strawberry Green Tea! The combination of sencha green tea,...

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Early in the morning within the first two weeks of the new season's tea growth, around late March time, the top two leaves and bud are carefully plucked from the bushes. The tea leaves still have the 'hairy down' on them and when gently steamed and dried...