Unfermented tea that has not gone through the oxidation process. Green teas are often a weaker tea.
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High-quality Chinese ‘gunpowder’, the finest American spearmint and an intense natural crisp mint flavor combine in a special taste experience, Aromatic, lively yet rich, this exciting composition delivers a fine aroma and scent. IdealView More Details
This specialty is made from Bancha tea, to which approximately 50% roasted or popped rice grains have been added. The incomparable taste is characterized by the mildness of the Bancha tea and is ideally complemented by pleasant, slightlyView More Details
In China, whole green leaf teas are traditionally scented with layers of jasmine flower. The petals are harvested during the day and stored cool at night in order to bloom and release their full fragrance. Light to stronger delicate floralView More Details
Grown at Lake Xihu, famous for its Lung Ching tea near the city of Lonjing since the Tang dynasty era. Its taste is slightly sweet and fruity with a classical green tea character. Carefully dried by hand in pans after wilting, and deliversView More Details
Organic China Sencha$7.50
Sencha is one of the best-known green teas. The tea leaves are folded lengthwise while drying on warm trays, and then heated in wood-fueled pans in order to stop fermentation. After infusion, the cup takes on a bright yellow color. ItsView More Details