Classic

Cold-brewed Teas without any added flavor (sweetener may be added). Choose from Jasmine Green, Osmanthus Oolong or Assam Black)

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Fruit Teas

Cold-brewed Teas with added fruit flavors. Tea and Fruit combination may be customized on request. Choose from: Guava Osmanthus Oolong Lychee Jasmine Green Strawberry Jasmine Green Strawberry Assam Black Passionfruit Osmanthus Oolong Cantaloupe Osmanthus Oolong Peach Black Assam

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Milk Teas

Hot-brewed Teas with added milky flavors. Choose from Vintage (strong black tea) Signature Blend (half Vintage, half coffee) Golden Milk Tea (this is your basic milk tea) Wintermelon (milky and fruity at the same time) Thai Tea (authentic blend of 8 ingredients) Jasmine Gree Milk Tea Assam Black Milk Tea Honey Green Milk Tea

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Crema Series

Milk and cream-based drinks (no tea here). Choose from: Dark Brown Sugar Strawberries and Cream Matcha De Crema Strawberry Matcha Taro De Crema Mangoes and Cream Peaches and Cream Cold Brew Coffee

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Hot Teas (coming soon)

  • Fu Soonga - Smokey India

    Assam’s first real smoky tea! Fu Soonga is a very popular Assamese type of cooking for which young, green bamboo canes are filled with yoghurt or other foods and then prepared over the open flame or on hot plates. Fu means to blow and Soonga means cane. The idea was to blow smoke from wild timber through these bamboo canes on the tea leaves during their production. The result definitely must be tried: a smooth and aromatic Assam with light, well-balanced notes of smoke.

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  • Black Darjeeling Himalayan Blend India

    Medium-sized, dark tea leaves with tips. Bronze-colored cup with a spicy taste and floral aroma.

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  • Black Gunpowder China

    Also called "Black Pearls". This tea from the eastern part of the Chinese Province of Fujian is carefully processed by hand. It presents a pleasantly aromatic, mild and full-bodied taste with a slight smoky note. The leaf has been rolled to pearls and has a shining anthracite color. The infusion is medium-dark, the bouquet aromatic and round.

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  • Temple of Heaven (Green Gunpowder) China

    Also known as "Zucha" or "Pearl Tea". This tea is dried in rolling drums. The constant rotation gives the tea its spherical form. "Temple of Heaven" tea features a very tightly rolled ball. The aroma is softer than that of the standard quality and less bitter. This tea may be enjoyed at any time of the day. If you still find the brew too tangy, try pouring away the first brew and taste the second. Most of the caffeine content will also be eliminated in this way.

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  • Sunda Parwa Green Tea Indonesia

    Most people only know Indonesia for classic black teas of Java and Sumatra but this is one excellent green tea. The apperance is coarse Pekoe-type made from medium-sized leaves. The tea has an expressive body and intensive flavour even after having been infused a couple of times.

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  • Rukeri Green Rwanda

    This tea grows at an altitude of approximately 1,800 m above sea level. The infusion unfolds the wiry, dark-green leaf and a scenty, slightly spinach-like aroma which stays on your palate for some time after tasting the tea.

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  • Sencha Fukujyu Japan

    This tea is from Shizuoka on the Fujiyama mountain slopes. This Sencha is harvested mechanically in autumn. Stalks and broken pieces are removed by hand. Sencha means "steamed tea". This tea is carefully processed and slightly steamed before rolling and drying. The leaf thus obtains a very fine and fragile structure. The infusion has a shimmering, light olive-green color. The taste is distinct with a dominant note in the aftertaste and ideal for those who like strong green teas.

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  • Formosa Oolong Taiwan

    Oolong is a specialty, which had originally been produced in the Taiwanese mountains. After plucking, the teas are prefermented by approximately 50 % and then wilted in the sun. Frequent turning of the tea in bamboo baskets during the drying process allows the Oolong to develop a mild aroma and a large, wildly curled leaf. After steeping, the still green leaf centre with the fermented leaf edges becomes clearly visible. It is very light in the cup and has a very flowery and spicy taste.

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  • Black Assam Hathikuli India

    Cultivated from one of the largest certified organic cultivation areas in the Assam Valley. Copper-colored cup with a strong and spicy scent. Malty and slightly bread-like flavor.

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  • Black Ceylon Sri Lanka

    Strong aroma yet mild taste. Leaves are dark, long and wiry. Dark red tea with spicy and slightly malty character.

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  • Yunnan Pu-Erh China

    Pu-Erh or Pu-er teas are teas whose leaves after fermentation are re-hydrated, to enable a further fermentation; they are called post-fermented teas. There are different methods, each following centuries-old traditions. After production, these teas are stored in cool cellars or dug in the ground for one to several years. The dark to light brown Sinensis leaf develops a strong, spicy and earthy taste and - depending on the drawing time - an earthy and woody flavor. The infusion has a dark red color.

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  • Chun Mee China

    This tea has ancient tradition and is very popular in China. This tea has influenced the European tea lover's idea of green tea. Chun Mee means "valuable brow" due to the eyebrow form of classical Chinese beauty. Has a tangy aroma accompanied by slight sweetness. Cultivated in south-eastern China near the Yangtze river.

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  • Kenya Black Tea Kenya

    Cultivated from the highlands of Kaproret where yields are small but demand is high. Apperance is striking with golden brown leaf tips. After brewing, the cup is orange-colored with a strong, slightly flowery flavor.

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  • Genmaicha Japan

    "Genmaicha" means natural rice. 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 the pleasant, slightly sweet and nutty caramel note. Thanks to the low caffeine content and the fine mildness, this tea can be consumed all day long. Perfect for green tea beginners!

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  • Shalimar Taiwan

    In the Orient, Shalimar means immeasurable wealth and unlimited power - which perfectly describes the flair of this Oolong blended with passionfruit, red aronia berries, mango, and rose petals.

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  • Black Gunpowder China

    Also called "Black Pearls". This tea from the eastern part of the Chinese Province of Fujian is carefully processed by hand. It presents a pleasantly aromatic, mild and full-bodied taste with a slight smoky note. The leaf has been rolled to pearls and has a shining anthracite color. The infusion is medium-dark, the bouquet aromatic and round.

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Exquisite Reserve

  • Shangri La Nepal

    Cultivated at altitudes of 1,200 to 2,100 metres and is produced by hand. This tea will surprise you with some body and exceptional flavor nuances in the infusion (compared to most white teas which are very light). Subtle hints of elegant, floral aromas interact with smooth, fruity citrus textures. The leaf is very expressive, anthracite-colored with many plushy, silvery leaf tips. Rare and limited stock!

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  • Snow Buds China

    For more than 100 years, this tea has been produced in the southeast of the Chinese mountains at an altitude of about 1,000 m. After the traditional hand plucking, this tea is only fermented for a very short time, in order to save the tea's "green soul". The leaf is very distinct having a light green color with a silvery, shimmering back. The thorough "two leaves and a bud" plucking is clearly visible. The cup shimmers light green with a slight shade of champagne. The taste is spicy with a mild, slightly fruity note.

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  • Honey Black Taiwan

    The Hualien district of the eastern coast of Taiwan is home to this specialty tea. Mainly produced during the summer months when the young leaves are nibbled by small grasshoppers, which leads the leaves to stop their growth and to curl. The salivary juice of the grasshoppers initiates a reaction with the plant juices, yielding a slightly honey-like flavor (hence the name). The floral notes with a hint of honey and some malty aromas will pamper your taste buds.

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  • White Monkey China

    Grown in Fujin at such high altitudes that monkeys were trained in the old days to pluck the leaves. Today, this is done by people during a period of several days. The rough, slightly fluffy leaf makes a light green infusion and a mild cup. Slight nuances of honey characterize this fascinating tea. Rare and limited stock!

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  • Lung Ching China

    Also known as Dragon Fountain Tea (following a legend about a rain-bringing dragon), this tea was awarded the highest possible title of TEA OF THE EMPEROR. It is light, a little sweet and fruity without losing the classical green tea character. It is carefully dried by hand in pans after wilting.

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