Green Teas

Unoxidized. Chinese greens are gently pan-fried to stop their oxidation process while fresh leaves are quickly steamed in Japan.

  • Dian Lu Eshan

    No other tea is comparable to this sparkling, pale green infusion which offers unique and inimitable delights of taste and aroma.

  • Huang Shan Mao Feng

    From Anhui province, this offering is one of the five most famous Chinese teas. Only the topmost leaf and bud of the plant are picked, both covered with a fine silvery coat.

  • Long Jing

    This legendary tea takes its name from the mystical “Dragon Well”, a quartz-lined spring near Hangzhou village in Zhejiang.

  • Bi Luo Chun Tai Hu

    This tea is made exclusively by hand in Dong Shan, on the gently sloping shores of Lake Tai.

  • Tai Ping Hou Kui

    A bold green tea from the Tai Ping district in the Huang Shan mountains.

  • Putuo Shan Fo Cha

    A quiet strength arises out of these tiny leaves, calling to mind the focused thought of the meditation hall.

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