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Aussie tea-lovers can enjoy the sweet taste of Chinese teas with our range of premium products! Our selection includes traditional teas like Jasmine and Oolong, as well as sweeter blends such as Honey Orchid. All our teas are carefully selected to ensure the best quality and flavour. Whether you’re after a light brew or an intense cup, we guarantee that you’ll find something to suit your tastes. Try one of these delicious Chinese teas today for a truly unique Aussie experience!

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                                    • Jasmine Dragon Pearls TeaJasmine Dragon Pearls Tea Brewed
                                      From: $18.99 / 50g

                                      Jasmine Dragon Pearls Tea is a reprocessed tea made from premium quality green tea leaves scented with fresh jasmine blossoms. It has a history of over 1,000 years and was offered as a form of tribute during the Qing Dynasty. Each leaf is a round shape and covered with white fuzz – it looks like a pearl. The taste is very fresh, long-lasting and mellow, combining with a full jasmine flavor. The aftertaste is sweet and lingering. The tea is bright yellow-green and without any impurity.

                                    • 2015 Emperor's Royal Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea2015 Emperor's Royal Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea
                                      From: $11.99 / 50g

                                      Our 2015 Emperor’s Royal Pu-erh is produced by the famous Yunnan Menghai tea factory. It is made of the most delicate leaf tips from wild big-leaf tea trees. In the old days, common people were allowed to pick leaves from these trees only after the royal household had already picked theirs, meaning that the best part of the tea tree of this Pu-erh was only available to the royal family, as a symbol of wealth and power. The reason it was so popular among the royal family was that it has outstanding health benefits, including relieving the uncomfortableness after eating a greasy meal or loosening the bowels to relieve constipation. Considering that the royal family had luxurious food every day including massive amount of meat delicacies, it is not surprising that the tea became popular!

                                    • Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)
                                      From: $37.99 / 50g

                                      Biluochun is one of the top-ten Chinese teas. It grows in the mountains of West and East Dongting in Suzhou and is made using a bud with a single leaf. Good-quality Biluochun leaves look like birds’ tongues; the dry leaves are tightly curled and silvery green with fuzzy white hair.

                                      Our special Biluochun is picked before Pure Brightness (Apr.4th, 5th, or 6th), and is also called ‘Mingqian Biluochun’. It tastes extraordinarily delicate and fresh – like the earliest spring day on the tip of the tongue.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin) Out of Stock
                                      From: $13.99 / 50g

                                      Our Clear-Fragrance-Style Anxi Tieguanyin Tea is full of attractive flavour, compared with other Tieguanyin, the aroma of it is more high-scented. It uses the Xiaoqing fermentation method, i.e. fixation takes place on the afternoon of the day after shaking. Shaking time is less than with the Zhengwei method, meaning relatively little stem water spreads into the leaves; fermentation is also relatively light.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Tieguanyin Brewed
                                      From: $18.99 / 50g

                                      This Tieguantin is made by using the most traditional method, Zhenwei, which applies firing immediately after shaking. The whole process is finished no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of it is very delicate but mellow, with a longlasting aftertaste.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (TieguanyinAnxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (Tieguanyin
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our charcoal roasted Ti Kwan Yin origins from Anxi County, Fujian province. The technology of making the Charcoal Roasted Tieguanyin is a traditional way of processing semi-fermented Tieguanyin, however, the charcoal roasted Tieguanyin requires an additional 5-12 hours’ baking using wood charcoal.

                                      It gives you a sense of warmth, like relaxing beside the fireplace in the cold winter while listening to the crackling sound of firewood and enjoying a cup of this unique oolong tea.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our Strong-Flavour Baked Tieguanyin can only be made by tea makers with at least ten years of experience in baking tea; unskilled bakers can easily produce a burnt tea. The method is based on the traditional techniques for producing oolong tea, but includes extra baking.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)
                                      From: $91.99 / 50g

                                      This premium Tieguanyin was made using the most traditional method, called Zhenwei in Chinese, which performs the firing right after the shaking procedure. The entire tea making process was completed no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of the tea is very delicate but mellow, with a long-lasting aftertaste.

                                      Tieguanyin oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favourite of many.

                                      Our premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin is cultivated in the core producing area in inner Anxi County which has the most nutritious soil type – acidic red soil and made by the tea master who has almost half a century’s tea making experience.

                                    • Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)
                                      From: $21.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from Chao’an District, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has can have 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma and 16 kinds of other fragrances, for example, it has the flavour of honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on. Our Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is only one of these varieties of breeds. This particular Phoenix Dan Cong oolong has mellow honey orchid flavour.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloid. For tea polyphenols, who has a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% inside Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                      Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                    • Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle FlavourAged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle Flavour
                                      From: $34.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced in the Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province, well-known for its aggressively rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from the Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village.

                                      This Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle has a thicker and mellower taste than the normal one due to the age of the tea tree being over 50 years. This tea has a unique combined milk, orchid and honeysuckle flower flavour.

                                    • Premium Shui Jin Gui OolongPremium Shui Jin Gui Oolong
                                      From: $31.99 / 30g

                                      Shui Jin Gui is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Shui Jin Gui comes from the Bai Yun Rock located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                      It has a unique floral aroma of wintersweet and an obvious rocky taste, favoured by many tea lovers.

                                    • Premium Bai Ji Guan OolongPremium Bai Ji Guan Oolong Samples Left
                                      From: $32.99 / 30g

                                      Bai Ji Guan is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Bai Ji Guan comes from the Bei Dou Peak located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                      The legend of this tea is found and cultivated by Yuchan Bai, who is one of the forefathers of Taoism. He liked this tea so much that he drank it all the time when he was meditating. Therefore, Bai Ji Guan is regarded as the tea of Taoism.

                                    • Premium Tie Luo Han OolongPremium Tie Luo Han Oolong
                                      From: $31.99 / 30g

                                      Tie Luo Han is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to Wuyi famous ‘Cong’ family. It is native to the Ghost Cave in the Hui Yuan Rock of the Wuyi Mountain. Our Wuyi Tie Luo Han origins from the Bi Shi Rock inside Wuyi Scenic area. It is of high quality & premium ‘Zheng Yan’ tea.

                                      The unique & pleasant Chinese medicine aroma and its strong but supple tea soup make this tea easily recognizable.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Sour (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Sour (Tieguanyin) Out of Stock
                                      From: $11.99 / 50g

                                      Our Sour-Style Tieguanyin is an uncommon and polarising type of Tieguanyin; it is either loved or hated! The production methods dehydrate the tea leaves to a water content of only 20-30%; the final dry tea leaves smell very sour, but the sourness is only very light in the taste. The main difference in production is in the shaking time: the leaves are shaken much less for Sour-Style Tieguanyin. Instead, the tea leaves are left to sit for a long time. Fixation waits until the morning of the next day when the grass scent has totally disappeared and been replaced by the sour aroma.

                                      This style of Tieguanyin was actually invented by accident when a hot, rainy day made some tea growers feel too dizzy and short of breath to fire the tea, which was just left to sit. The next day, they found the tea had already turned sour. However, they sold it nonetheless and it proved very popular. Since then, tea growers have made this style of Tieguanyin on purpose.

                                    • Premium Wuyi Fo Shou (Buddha's Hand)Premium Wuyi Fo Shou (Buddha's Hand)
                                      From: $36.99 / 30g

                                      This Zhen Yan Fo Shou originates from Mi Tuo Yan (Amitabha rock), located inside the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area in Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, where also belongs to one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations. The tea produced from ‘Zhengyan’ plantation is considered the premium level due to its special flavour. The rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                      Fo Shou, in Chinese, called ‘Buddha’s hand’. It also has two alternative names called ‘Xiang Yuan’ or ‘Snow Pear’. It is an asexual variety, a shrub-like plant with large leaves. It belongs to the medium-growing species, and the harvesting period is in late April. Its leaves are palm-sized and resemble the shape of a mandarin orange. It was initially planted in a Buddhist temple, hence the name “Buddha’s Hand.”

                                      Legend has it that in the 29th year of the Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty, an old monk from Qihu Rock in Anxi successfully grafted tea branches onto a Xiang Yuan tree. In the 43rd year of Kangxi’s reign, the tea variety was introduced to Shifeng Village in Dapu, Yongchun. Due to its unique characteristics, it was further introduced to places like Wuyishan, where it merged with the local features and preserved the fragrance of Snow Pear while gaining the distinctive Wuyi rock essence.

                                    • Premium Wuyi Shi RuPremium Wuyi Shi Ru
                                      From: $34.99 / 30g

                                      This Zhen Yan Shi Ru originates from Zhang Tang Jian, located inside the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area in the Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, where also belongs to one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations. The tea produced from ‘Zhengyan’ plantation is considered the premium level due to its special flavour. The rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                    • Zhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong TeaZhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong Tea
                                      From: $25.99 / 50g

                                      Zhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong Tea origins from Long Yan, Zhang Ping City, Fujian province. It is the only oolong tea that is compressed into small square brick shapes and wrapped individually.

                                      This unique and rare oolong is much loved by local people. It doesn’t have any green taste but comes with an elegant pure orchid flavour.
                                      When taking this tea, you will feel a scent of floral aroma and it will then turn into a mellow orchid fragrance. A sweetness taste will also gradually appear after that.

                                      *Every tea brick weighs around 10g.

                                    • Phoenix Dan Cong Almond FlavourPhoenix Dan Cong Almond Flavour
                                      From: $39.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Ju Duo Zai is a rare species of Phoenix Dan Cong grown in the Feng Huang Village located in Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province. Its fresh tea leaves look like a saw, called ‘Ju Duo’ in the Chaozhou dialect. Therefore it is named ‘Ju Duo Zai’ (small saw).

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from the Chao’an district in Chaozhou city Guangdong province, well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma, and 16 kinds of other fragrances such as honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloids. Its tea polyphenols, specifically, have a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% in Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                      Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same and very high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong Gift BoxZheng Shan Tang Bense Smoked Lapsang Souchong Gift Box Out of Stock
                                      $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!

                                    • Lushan Cloud-fog (Lushan Yun Wu)Lushan Cloud-fog (Lushan Yun Wu)
                                      From: $18.99 / 50g

                                      Lushan Cloud-fog is one of the top-quality green teas which produced from Lushan Mountain in Jiu Jiang City, Jiangxi province. It is named after its producing area – Lushan Mountain. Lushan Yun Wu tea has been listed as a tribute tea since the Song dynasty. It was first planted in Buddhist temples and was called ‘Buddhist Tea’ in China. This tea originated from the Ming Dynasty, many literary wrote a lot of well-known beautiful poems about Lushan Yun Wu.

                                    • Jasmine Mao Jian Green TeaJasmine Mao Jian Green Tea
                                      From: $31.99 / 50g

                                      Our Jasmine Mao Jian is made by Mao Jian green tea which scented with fresh jasmine blossoms. Mao Jian green tea is of the “one bud one leaf” picking standard and the green tea leaves are covered with sliver white fuzzy. What’s special with this picking standard is that the teas made by these tea leaves will have very fresh and lingering taste when compared with other Jasmine. It brings the freshness of early spring and the blossoming jasmine flower directly to your mouth and throat.

                                    • Jasmine Bai Yu Luo Green TeaJasmine Bai Yu Luo Green Tea
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our Jasmine Bai Yu Luo uses high-quality green tea from Yunnan as the based tea material, scented with fresh jasmine blossoms from Heng County, Guangxi. It has a mixed fresh green tea taste with a wonderful and sweet jasmine fragrance. Its mellow aroma can allow multiple infusions.

                                      The quality grade of the tea is quite high since it was hand-made b professional tea makers. The appearance of it is also adorable and looks like a snail. Because of its unique appearance, it also has a very high artistic appreciation value.

                                    • Jasmine Girl's Ring (Nv'er Huan)Jasmine Girl's Ring (Nv'er Huan) Low stock
                                      From: $24.99 / 50g

                                      The Jasmine Girl’s Ring is named because the appearance of it looks like the earrings which belong to one kind of craft teas. It uses high-quality green tea from Yunnan as raw material and then be scented with fresh jasmine blossoms in Guangxi. The aroma of it is overwhelming and pleasing loved by many tea lovers.

                                      The quality grade of it is excellent delicate and made by hand carefully. Because of its unique appearance, it also has very high artistic appreciation value.

                                    • Qiandao Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)Qiandao Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)
                                      From: $48.99 / 50g

                                      Longjing is a very famous Chinese green tea, well known among Chinese tea lovers. Longjing is famous for its natural verdant color, beautiful leaf shape, rich fragrance and mellow taste. The highest-grade Longjing comes from the West Lake mountains; cheaper, second-grade Longjing is produced in areas such as Qian Tang and Yuezhou, beyond the West Lake mountains but still inside Zhejiang province. This special Longjing green tea comes from the Qiandao Lake area. The more premium version of Longjing is the West Lake Longjing.

                                      Longjing tea leaves are flat, straight and green. The best Longjing is made using one bud or one bud with one leaf, only the most delicate buds are picked. This Longjing tastes fresh and sweet, with a soothing aroma and a hint of chestnut.

                                    • Yellow Mountain Fur Peak (Huangshan Maofeng)Yellow Mountain Fur Peak (Huangshan Maofeng) Low stock- 20 % Off
                                      From: $27.99 / 45g

                                      Yellow Mountain Fur Peak is one of the most famous Chinese green teas. It comes from the Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) area in Anhui province. On 26 March 2007, Chinese President Hu Jintao attended the ‘China National Year’ exhibition held in Russia and brought four famous Anhui teas, including Huangshan Maofeng, as a gift for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

                                      There is no doubt that Huangshan Maofeng is a first-class green tea. It is made using only the bud and the first one, two or three leaves on the branch. It has a delicate orchid fragrance and a very fresh flavor.

                                    • Que She (Sparrow’s Tongue)Que She (Sparrow’s Tongue)
                                      From: $44.99 / 50g

                                      Que She is named for its small and delicate shape which looks like the tongue of a sparrow tongue, originating from the Yibin City, Sichuan province.

                                      Not all fresh tea leaves can be used as the raw material of making Que She, only the freshest tea leaves of the small-leaf tea species can do. Actually, any tea that has the shape of a sparrow’s tongue can be considered as Que She, no matter it is from the Zhe Jiang, Jiang Su, or Anhui province.

                                      Our Yibin Que She is no doubt of very high quality and owns a very good reputation among green tea lovers. The history of it being paid tribute to the imperial palace can be traced back to the Tang dynasty. Que She is considered as one of the rarest Chinese green teas due to its unique flavour and its relatively higher prices when compared to other green teas in the Chinese tea market. The polyphenolic compounds and the content of amino acids inside Que She tea leaves are about 10% higher than other teas.

                                    • West Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)West Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)
                                      From: $169.99 / 50g

                                      Xihu Longjing (West Lake Dragon Well Green Tea) is a very famous Chinese green tea, well known among Chinese tea lovers. Longjing is famous for its natural verdant color, beautiful leaf shape, rich fragrance and mellow taste.

                                      The West Lake Longjing producing area can be divided into two parts: first-grade producing zone and second-grade producing zone where should not outside the 168 square kilometers of the west lake protection zone designated by the people’s government of Hangzhou. Our top-class Longjing is produced in one of these areas – ‘Meijiawu’ Village which belongs to the first-grade producing zone.

                                      Because there is a limited area around West Lake for these real Longjing to be cultivated and the whole production process is all handmade; therefore, the yield of it is extremely low and the price of it is extraordinarily high. Especially, our West Lake Longjing is picked before Qingming (the fifth Chinese solar term, 4, 5 or 6 April), that’s why our Longjing is also called as ‘Mingqian’ Longjing green tea. It is the most tender and freshest one with rare yield compared with other Longjing tea. As a result, the price of this typical ‘Mingqian’ West Lake Longjing is almost four times higher than the Longjing comes from other origins picked on or after Qingming.

                                      Our premium West Lake Longjing belongs to No.43 species. This species is an excellent variety improved by tea research institutes of Chinese Academy of Sciences based on the Group Species. It belongs to asexual reproduction, shrub type, early growth species. The whole tea plant is short, the leaves is slender, the fertility of it is strong. Longjing No.43 retains the fine quality of the Group Species, meanwhile without its bitterness and astringency, tastes very fresh and elegant.

                                    • Green Tip Tea (Xinyang Maojian)Green Tip Tea (Xinyang Maojian) Brewed - 50 % Off
                                      From: $48.99 / 50g

                                      Xinyang Maojian is a well-known Chinese green tea produced in Xinyang City, Henan province. It is made using one bud with one, two or three leaves, according to the grade. The dry tea leaves are straight, thin and evenly shaped, and covered with abundant white fuzz.

                                      Our Xingyang Maojian is Yuqian tea with high grade  made from leaves picked before the Grain Rain (19, 20 or 21 April). Temperatures during this period are high, which causes the tea leaves to grow relatively fast; the leaves are also rich in accumulated substances. The taste is normally very fresh with a strong, invigorating aroma and a sweet lingering fragrance.

                                    • Premium Monkey Village Monkey Tea (Taiping Houkui)Premium Monkey Village Monkey Tea (Taiping Houkui) - 20 % Off
                                      From: $45.99 / 30g

                                      Taiping Houkui was one of the teas given as a present to Russian President Vladimir Putin by Chinese President Hu Jintao in 2007. It is also a first-class green tea, made of a bud with two leaves standard. The leaves are long, fleshy, robust, flat and straight.

                                      This premium grade Taiping Houkui tea belongs to traditional group species, its cultivar is Shi Da Cha. It comes from Monkey Village (Hou-pit), Huangshan Area, Anhui province. It is made in a traditional way: each leaf is hand-selected and adjusted. The tea is produced without the use of any chemical protection products for plants.

                                    • Anji White Tea (An Ji Bai Cha)Anji White Tea (An Ji Bai Cha) - 20 % Off
                                      From: $33.99 / 45g

                                      Anji White Tea is produced in Anji County, Hu Zhou City in Zhejiang Province. It does not actually belong to Chinese white tea, instead, it is a kind of Chinese green tea. That’s because Chinese tea is classified by its processing method, and Anji White tea is produced using the same processing method as green tea. People call it as white tea is because Anji White Tea is a special species and in early spring, when the temperature is extremely low, the sprouting tea buds of Anji White tea are jade white. The colour of the tea buds will turn into green just like the normal tea leaves after a month.

                                      Our Anji White Tea is picked before Pure Brightness (Apr.4th, 5th, or 6th), as a result, belonging to ‘Mingqian tea’. The taste of this tea is extraordinarily fresh and tender just like tasting the early spring. It also has very attractive orchids aroma with long-lasting sweet aftertaste without any bitterness.

                                    • Wuzi Xian HaoWuzi Xian Hao - 20 % Off
                                      From: $43.99 / 50g

                                      Wuzi Xian Hao is one of the Chinese green teas which produced in Xixiang County, Hanzhong City, Shanxi province. The taste is extraordinary fresh and tender combined with a hint of chestnut aroma, has a lingering aftertaste.

                                      Due to the superior growing environment, Wuzi Xian Hao contains plenty of the most precious elements such as zinc and selenium which may be good for your health.

                                    • 2013 Golden Needle Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea2013 Golden Needle Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea
                                      From: $12.99 / 50g

                                      This extra-fermented Golden Needle pu-erh tea was produced by the very famous Yunnan Menghai tea factory in 2013, made from large, sun-dried Yunnan tea leaves (Mao Cha).

                                    • 2015 Silver Needle Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea2015 Silver Needle Pu'erh Ripe Loose Leaf Tea Out of Stock
                                      From: $11.99 / 50g

                                      This special pu-erh tea is using well-selected tea leaves from the big arbor-form pu-erh tea tree, which normally can only produce about 150 kilograms out of a ton of fresh tea leaves, The tea was produced by the very famous Yunnan Menghai Tea Factory in 2015.

                                    • 2016 Ancient Tea Tree Golden Bud Pu'er Ripe Loose Leaf Tea 32016 Ancient Tea Tree Golden Bud Pu'er Ripe Loose Leaf Tea 3
                                      From: $12.99 / 50g

                                      This Pu-erh was produced by using the most tender tea buds which are newly grown as the raw material. After being processed through traditional tea-making technology and fermentation, the color of the very fresh and tender Mao Cha then turns into dark gold. It’s produced by the very famous Yunnan Menghai Tea Factory in 2016, made from large, sun-dried Yunnan tea leaves (Mao Cha).

                                    • 2019 Fuhai 8596 Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2019 Fuhai 8596 Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g Out of Stock
                                      $51.99

                                      Our 2019 Fuhai 8596 Pu’er Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Blang and Nannuo Mountain areas. It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan province. This Pu’er combines the powerful, wild aroma of Blang Mountain tea with the fruit- and honey-accented sweetness of Nannuo Mountain tea.

                                      This tea cake uses the 1985 tea formula produced by Fuhai Tea Factory; the tea is graded 9. As noted above, Blang Mountain Pu’er tea has legendary status. Nannuo Mountain is another area producing well-known, good-quality Pu’er. Its total tea-producing area is over 21,600 acres, including 12,000 acres of ancient tea plantations. The Blang people actually began planting tea in the Nannuo Mountain area before migrating; the Aini people then took over tea cultivation here. The average altitude is 1,400 metres; the annual precipitation is between 1,500mm and 1,750mm. The average annual temperature is around 16℃ to 18℃. These are also excellent conditions for growing tea trees.

                                    • 2017 Menghai Qizi 7576 Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2017 Menghai Qizi 7576 Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g
                                      $64.99

                                      Our 2017 Fuhai 7576 Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      The taste of our 2017 Fuhai 7576 Riped Cake is very gentle and mellow, with a smooth mouthfeel combined with an earthiness and a hint of floral flavour; because it has been aged for three years, it also has a special, rich Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, wine-red to amber in colour.

                                    • 2016 Bi Ming Ban Zhang Pu'erh Ripe Tea 357g2016 Bi Ming Ban Zhang Pu'erh Ripe Tea 357g
                                      $85.99

                                      Our 2016 Bi Ming Pu’er Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) as the raw material. It is produced by Chashuwang Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      It is a combination of Menghai Pu’er tea leaves and the tea leaves from small tea trees in Ban Zhang, making it a good choice for affordable daily tea consumption.

                                    • 2016 Emperor's Royal Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2016 Emperor’s Royal Pu’erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g
                                      $74.99

                                      Our 2016 Emperor’s Royal Pu’er Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in Menghai County, Yunnan.

                                      This tea is made from the most delicate buds of wild tea trees. The mouthfeel is smooth and the flavour is mellow and earthy with a hint of plum; because it has been aged for several years, the tea also has a special, light Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, dark wine-red to amber in colour.

                                    • 2014 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2014 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu’erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g inside1
                                      $85.99

                                      Our 2013 Menghai Pu’er Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      The taste of this special riped cake is sweet and mellow, with a fresh, earthy aroma and a smooth mouthfeel. It has a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate floral flavour emerges. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, wine-red to amber in colour.

                                    • 2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g 2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 357g inside1 Samples Left
                                      $60.99

                                      Our 2012 Menghai Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      Since the rough taste of raw Pu’er tea has already been eliminated, the tea acquires a gentle mouthfeel. The taste is clean and pure with a fresh forest aroma and a very light smoky flavour. A pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate floral aroma emerges. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is bright yellow.

                                    • 2016 Blang Just Right Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2016 Blang Just Right Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $79.99

                                      Our 2016 Blang Just Right Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Bulang Mountain area (see Pu’er Tea Product 3 for region information). It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in Menghai County, Yunnan.

                                      The taste of this young Pu’er is strong and powerful with a rough mouthfeel. A mild and pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a lingering, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. The taste is mellow, fresh and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a hint of lotus aroma will emerge. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow in colour.

                                    • 2018 Good Fortune Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2018 Good Fortune Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g Out of Stock
                                      $77.99

                                      Our 2018 Good Fortune Pu’er Ripe Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Blang Mountain area. It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan province. The tea is specifically picked in early spring.

                                      The taste of the tea is strong, mellow and powerful with an earthy, woody flavor. It has a very strong and impressive, lingering sweet aftertaste. Because it has been aged for three years, it also has a special, rich Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, wine-red to amber in color.

                                    • 2014 Yiwu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 400g2014 Yiwu Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 400g inside
                                      $84.99

                                      Our 2014 Yiwu Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Chashuwangchaye Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      Unlike other Pu’er raw teas, which have a rough bitterness in the mouth, the taste of Yiwu Pu’er is very gentle, mellow and sweet. A mild, pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a lingering, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate plum and honey aroma emerges. Since it has been aged for over four years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is bright yellow, nearly golden.

                                    • 2016 Yiwu Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2016 Yiwu Pu'erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g Out of Stock
                                      $79.99

                                      Our 2016 Yiwu Pu’er Riped Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in the Yiwu Mountain tea-producing area in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      The taste of this tea is very gentle, mellow and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate plum and honey aroma emerges. Since it has been aged for over three years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, dark wine-red to amber in colour.

                                    • 2021 Blang Wild Forest Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2021 Blang Wild Forest Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $101.99

                                      Our 2021 Blang Wild Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Blang Mountain area. It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan. The tea is specifically picked from wild tea trees in early spring.

                                      The taste of this young Pu’er is strong and powerful, with a rough mouthfeel. The aroma is striking. A mild, pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. The taste is mellow, fresh and sweet. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow in color.

                                    • 2021 Da Yi 7572 Qizi Pu-erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2021 Da Yi 7572 Qizi Pu-erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g Samples Left
                                      $109.99

                                      Our 2021 Da Yi 7572 Qizi Pu-erh ripe tea cake is made by the Da Yi Menghai Tea Factory. In 1973, the artificial fermentation technology of Pu-erh tea was successfully developed by the factory. With the continuous maturity of the technology, in 1975, Da Yi 7572 was produced for the first time. Since then Da Yi 7572 is recognised as the most classic Ripe Pu-erh tea cake or even the standard/benchmark of Pu-erh ripe tea by the public even the Pu-erh material markets have been developing for decades. The taste of Da Yi Pu-erh 7572 is still considered as a classic.

                                      The Da Yi 7572 has a lot more production batches compared with other Pu-erh tea cakes before of its crazily high demand. The batch number of our Da Yi 7572 is 2101.

                                      What is 7572?

                                       7572 is its serial number. The serial number of Pu-erh cakes has a special meaning. The first two numbers refer to the tea formula used. The third number refers to the grade of tea material used – the smaller the better. The last number indicates a particular tea factory.

                                      Therefore, for this tea cake, the ‘75’ means the formula of the tea cake was developed in the 1975 year. ‘7’ means the grade of the tea leaves is level ‘7’ and ‘2’ means it is produced by the Menghai Tea Factory.

                                      Pu-erh made from more delicate tea materials would taste fresher because it is rich in amino acids, and the best Pu-erh is rich in health-supporting substances and strong in flavour. However, it is important to know that Pu-erh made from higher grades of tea is not necessarily better or more expensive. Pu-erh made from lower-grade tea materials could also have a very aggressive aroma which is attractive to many tea lovers. The aroma of Pu-erh would get stronger when it is aged. When aged, lower-grade of Pu-erh can taste much better than the new and high-grade Pu-erh, and of course, aged Pu-erh will normally be more expensive.

                                    • 2021 Da Yi 8592 Pu-erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g2021 Da Yi 8592 Pu-erh Ripe Tea Cake 357g
                                      $55.99

                                      Our 2021 Da Yi 9592 Qizi Pu-erh ripe tea cake is made by the Da Yi Menghai Tea Factory. In 1973, the artificial fermentation technology of Pu-erh tea was successfully developed by Da Yi tea factory. With the rich experience of making ripe Pu-erh tea, Da Yi ripe Pu-erh is always regarded as high-quality Pu-erh. The batch number of our this Da Yi 8592 is 2101. The raw material of this ripe Pu-erh tea cake combined with much more elder tea stems compared with other expensive Pu-erh ripe tea cake.

                                      What is 8592?

                                      8592 is its serial number. The serial number of Pu-erh cakes has a special meaning. The first two numbers refer to the tea formula used. The third number refers to the grade of tea material used – the smaller the better. The last number indicates a particular tea factory.

                                      Therefore, for this tea cake, the ‘85’ means the formula of the formula of the tea cake was developed in the 1985 year. ‘9’ means the grade of the tea leaves is level ‘9’ and ‘2’ means it is produced by the Menghai Tea Factory.

                                      Pu-erh made from more delicate tea materials would taste fresher because it is rich in amino acids, and the best Pu-erh is rich in health-supporting substances and strong in flavour. However, it is important to know that Pu-erh made from higher grades of tea is not necessarily better or more expensive. Pu-erh made from lower-grade tea materials could also have a very aggressive aroma which is attractive to many tea lovers. The aroma of Pu-erh would get stronger when it is aged. When aged, lower-grade of Pu-erh can taste much better than the new and high-grade Pu-erh, and of course, aged Pu-erh will normally be more expensive.