High Caffeine Teas

Looking for a great cup of tea with a high caffeine content? Look no further than our selection of premium, high-caffeine teas! Our selection of robust blends offers bold flavor and aroma without sacrificing quality. From classic favorites like black or green tea to more unique options such as Dianhone, you can find everything you need to keep alert and energized. Enjoy all the benefits of caffeine without any unwanted jitters – with these high-caffeine teas, your taste buds will be sure to thank you!

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                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong Gift BoxZheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong Gift Box -15% Off
                                      $263.49

                                      This fascinating gift box is from the well-known brand ‘Zheng Shan Tang’, containing 2 x 100g of Zheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong loose leaf tea. Bense Lapsang Souchong is picked from the natural 800 meters in Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve and is made with the traditional handicraft of Zheng Shan Tang Souchong black tea.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Blossoming Golden Horse Eyebrow Gift BoxZheng Shan Tang Blossoming Golden Horse Eyebrow Gift Box -20% Off
                                      $1,039.99

                                      This fascinating gift box is from the well-known brand ‘Zheng Shan Tang’, containing 2 x 100g of Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) loose leaf tea. It’s a high-ended gift pack that every Chinese black tea lover would appreciate!

                                    • 2012 Fuding Aged White Peony Tea Cake 350g2012 Fuding Aged White Peony Tea Cake 350g
                                      $389.99

                                      This white tea cake is using White Peony as raw material, produced from the Tailao Mountain, in Fu Ding City, Fujian province, the hometown of Chinese white tea.

                                      As almost ten years passed, this wild aged white tea has developed rich aroma. You will feel the freshness of the white tea with the first sip. After that, your will feel the gentle, smooth & floral sweetness with a ‘Chen’ fragrance and a long-lasting natural herbal aftertaste. It also has a very special medicinal aroma, mixed with a floral fragrance of white tea. After 8 to 9 times of brewing, the taste will become fresh & sweet.

                                    • Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)
                                      From: $31.99 / 50g

                                      Golden Eyebrow is a kind of Lapsang Souchong. It is produced in Wuyishan City in Fujian province.

                                      Golden Eyebrow is expensive because the whole production process must be carried out by hand. Every 500g of Golden Eyebrow contains tens of thousands of very fresh tea buds, without any leaves. These buds are picked from trees in Wuyishan Nature Reserve. Only the finest buds are picked; even a professional tea picker can only collect up to 500g a day.

                                    • Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong)Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong) Low stock
                                      From: $17.99 / 40g

                                      This Premium Dian Hong Black Tea tastes richer and more delicate than standard Dian Hong Black Tea. It tastes very mellow combined with a hit of honey with sweet floral flavor. It has creamy, smooth and buttery mouthfeel.

                                      It is produced in Linyi, Baoshan, Fengqing, Xishuangbanna, Dehong and other areas in the south and southwest of Yunnan province. This subtropical region is one of rolling hills with an average elevation of over 1,000 meters. The average annual temperature is around 18-22°C, with a very large temperature difference between day and night. The annual precipitation is 1,200-1,700mm. In sunny periods there is often fog in the morning and during the night.

                                      There is dense forest and the soil is fertile, with fallen leaves and grass decaying to form a deep humus layer. These conditions result in tea trees with strong buds and fat leaves covered with rich white fuzz. Even the fifth or sixth leaves on the branch are very delicate and juicy and contain rich polyphenolic compounds and alkaloids.

                                      Our Premium Dian Hong was produced in the spring of 2019.

                                    • Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)
                                      From: $16.99 / 50g

                                      Lapsang Souchong is the world’s oldest black tea variety. It has a history of more than 400 years, dating back to the middle and late Ming Dynasty. It was created by local tea farmers in the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.

                                      Our Lapsang Souchong is not smoked, which means it remains dark brown, nearly black in color. The leaves are stout with a slight twist. The tea soup is bright red. It tastes sweet and mellow, with a longan flavor and floral aroma and aftertaste. It can be drunk with milk and honey.

                                    • Yunnan Red Tea (Dianhong)Yunnan Red Tea (Dianhong)
                                      From: $11.99 / 40g

                                      Dian Hong Tea is a well-known tea produced in Linyi, Baoshan, Fengqing, Xishuangbanna, Dehong and other areas in the south and southwest of Yunnan province.

                                      This subtropical region is one of rolling hills with an average elevation of over 1,000 metres. The average annual temperature is around 18-22°C, with a very large temperature difference between day and night. The annual precipitation is 1,200-1,700mm. In sunny periods there is often fog in the morning and during the night.

                                      There is dense forest and the soil is fertile, with fallen leaves and grass decaying to form a deep humus layer. These conditions result in tea trees with strong buds and fat leaves covered with rich white fuzz. Even the fifth or sixth leaves on the branch are very delicate and juicy and contain rich polyphenolic compounds and alkaloids.

                                    • Ancient Tea Tree Yunnan Black Tea (Dianhong)Ancient Tea Tree Yunnan Black Tea (Dianhong)
                                      From: $10.99 / 40g

                                      Yunnan black tea is famous for its sweetness and honey aroma. This special black tea is made of tea leaves from century-old arbor tea trees in Xishuangbanna, and the picking standard is “one bud with two leaves”.

                                      This affordable Yunnan black tea is using fresh summer tea leaves as material but still keeps the original flavour of Yunnan black tea.

                                    • Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)
                                      From: $22.99 / 50g

                                      Keemun Black Tea is a famous and historic Chinese black tea produced in Qimen County, Huangshan City in Anhui province. Keemun has a reputation as the best Chinese black tea, and is also known overseas. It is praised by the Queen and the Royal Family of the United Kingdom, which is one reason it is called ‘the queen of black tea’. Our Keemun Black Tea was produced in the spring of 2019.

                                      The producing area has excellent natural conditions for tea cultivation, including mountain forests, a warm and humid climate, deep soil layers, abundant rainfall and frequent cloud and fog. The tea leaves are therefore rich in content, with high enzyme activity.

                                    • Premium Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)Premium Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)
                                      From: $47.99 / 50g

                                      Lapsang Souchong is the world’s oldest black tea variety. It has a history of more than 400 years, dating back to the middle and late Ming Dynasty. It was created by local tea farmers in the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.

                                    • Premium Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)Premium Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)
                                      From: $110.99 / 50g

                                      Premium Golden Eyebrow is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province.

                                      The only difference between our Premium Golden Eyebrow and our standard Golden Eyebrow is the producing area. The premium tea is produced on a particular tea plantation – Tongmuguan – which is considered the best for growing Golden Eyebrow. It is highly recommended for those with a keen eye for quality.

                                      Both our Premium Golden Eyebrow and standard Golden Eyebrow black tea are expensive is because the whole production process must be carried out by hand. Every 500g of Golden Eyebrow contains tens of thousands of very fresh tea buds, without any leaves. These buds are picked from trees in Wuyishan Nature Reserve. Only the finest buds are picked; even a professional tea picker can only collect up to 500g a day.

                                    • Premium Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)Premium Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)
                                      From: $58.99 / 50g

                                      Our Premium Keemun Black tea is of a higher grade than the standard Keemun Black Tea. Only one bud is taken with one leaf, and the picking time is earlier in the year; the tea leaves are therefore more delicate. There is more fur exposed on each leaf, and the taste of the tea is fresher.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) Low stock- 15 % Off
                                      From: $254.99 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material is the tea buds from the selected tea garden whose sea level is above 1200-1500 meters. Only 28g Jin Jun Mei will be produced among 3400 to 4500 tea buds.

                                      Tongmu Village is considered the best for growing Golden Eyebrow. It is highly recommended for those with a keen eye for quality.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Fei Zi Xiao Black TeaZheng Shan Tang Fei Zi Xiao Black Tea Samples Left- 15 % Off
                                      From: $161.49 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced by Zheng Shan Tang. Tea is picked from Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve where the sea level is around 800 to 1500 meters. Those tea trees are scattered along the riverbanks or in the deep hollow of the hills. The tea has one bud with two leaves, picked once a year.

                                      The special part of this tea is its delicate lychee taste. To fully reflect the sweet nature of this tea, Zheng Shan Tang named it after a Tang dynasty poem that described ‘A steed which raised red dust won the fair mistress’ smiles. How many steeds which brought her lychee died on the run!’.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black TeaZheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black Tea - 15 % Off
                                      From: $110.49 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material of this good-quality black tea comes from a high-mountain tea garden located above 1300 meters in Wuyi National Nature Reserve.  The tea has one bud with two leaves.

                                      It has a hint of lychee fruity aroma with a sweet aftertaste which is popular among tea lovers due to this special character.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Silver Horse Eyebrow (Yin Jun Mei)Zheng Shan Tang Silver Horse Eyebrow (Yin Jun Mei) - 15 % Off
                                      From: $118.99 / 50g

                                      In 2005, through conjoining traditional techniques and technological innovations, Mr. Jiang and his team created our signature black tea, Jin Jun Mei. This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang.

                                      Compared with Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) whose raw material is only tea buds, Yin Jun Mei is made by one tea bud with one tea leaf, which makes its taste and quality are inferior to Jin Jun Mei. However, the price of it is also cheaper than Jin Jun Mei which makes it affordable for daily consumption.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Lapsang Souchong Wild Black TeaZheng Shan Tang Lapsang Souchong Wild Black Tea Samples Left- 15 % Off
                                      From: $97.74 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced by Zheng Shan Tang. Lapsang Souchong wild black tea is picked from the wild tea trees that grow in the uninhabited land at the Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve area. These tea trees grow wantonly without pruning or cutting, the ‘wild’ mountain character expresses itself deeply inside the tea soup which makes this tea very special.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Aged Fir Narcissus Black TeaZheng Shan Tang Aged Fir Narcissus Black Tea - 15 % Off
                                      From: $186.99 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced in the Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material is the tea buds that are picked from century-old tea trees growing in the selected tea garden whose sea level is above 1200-1500 meters. Almost 30,000 to 50,000 tea buds can only produce 500g of the Aged Fir Narcissus black tea.

                                      Tongmu Village is considered the best for growing superior black tea. It is highly recommended for those with a keen eye for quality.

                                    • JunMei China Red Oolong Black TeaJunMei China Red Oolong Black Tea Out of Stock
                                      From: $81.59 / 50g

                                      This special black tea comes from Wuyi Mountain Nature Reserve which is the birthplace of black tea in the world. It is made of the fresh tea leaves of high mountain wild tea trees in the National Nature Reserve. The making process of it is based on traditional black tea technologies combined with Oolong tea’s shaking process, which makes it not only the warmth and mellowness of black tea but also the rocky taste of the oolong tea.

                                    • JunMei China Big Leaf Golden BudJunMei China Big Leaf Golden Bud - 15 % Off
                                      From: $113.89 / 50g

                                      Different from other small leaf black tea, the raw material of this JunMei China Big Leaf Golden Bud comes from large-leaf tea trees in Pu’an. Zheng Shan Tang has deeply explored the characteristics of this large-leaf black tea and combined with its unique original Junmei tea-making technology makes this charming black tea so special.

                                      This large-leaf black tea is full of ripe fruity and floral sweetness.

                                    • JunMei China Xiao Shennongjia Forest Wild Black TeaJunMei China Xiao Shennongjia Forest Wild Black Tea Samples Left- 15 % Off
                                      From: $59.49 / 50g

                                      This special wild black tea belongs to one of the characteristic local teas. It is produced in Badong County, Enshi, Hubei province. It is in the upper reaches of Shennong River which is a well-known scenic spot, where is also the core area of Hubei Badong Golden Monkey National Natural Reserve. The place is called ‘Xiao Shennongjia’. It is knowns as the World Museum of Nature and is included in the protection list of World Heritage Sites.

                                      The raw material of this tea is made from one tea bud with three or four tea leaves. The tea plantation where these tea trees are grown is located around 800 to 1500 meters above sea level.  The tea contains plenty of selenium which has very positive effects on the health of human body.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang SouchongZheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong Out of Stock
                                      From: $53.54 / 50g

                                      Bense Lapsang Souchong is picked from the natural of 800 meters in Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve, which is made with the traditional handicraft of Zheng Shan Tang Souchong black tea.

                                      Why is it called Bense? The taste of Lapsang Souchong is reduced and mellow, but it is not too strong pine smoke. The slightly smoky flavour and sweet soup feel are acceptable to most people. So name it “True Colour”(Bense).