Origin: China

This is a list of Chinese teas. Chinese tea is a beverage made from the leaves of tea plants (Camellia sinensis) and – depending on the type of tea – typically 60–100 °C hot water. Tea leaves are processed using traditional Chinese methods. Chinese tea is drunk throughout the day, including during meals, as a substitute for plain water, for health, or for simple pleasure.

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First Flush Mao Feng Yunnan
Large leaf varietal Mao Feng from Yunnan province that is smooth, vegetal and buttery
White Dragon Pearl
Luxurious hand-rolled Fujian white pearl tea - rare, subtle with gentle fruit sweetness
Pu'erh Earl Grey
Delicious Earl Grey made with a base of aged pu’erh and fine Ceylon
Supreme West Lake Long Jing Dragon Well
Fragrant, high quality dragon well green tea crafted by hand
1980's 35 Years Aged Royal Pu’erh Guangxi
Aged tea with intense earthy flavor and notes of spice, leather, camphor, and bark
20 Year Aged Iceland Pu’erh Raw
Highly sought after smooth aged raw pu’erh from ancient trees
1990's Rare Wild Arbor Ripe Pu'erh
20 year aged pu'erh, mellow and smooth, with flavors of dark bourbon and a honey like sweetness
1998 Year Lao Cha Tou Ripe Pu'erh
Pleasant bitterness, with a nutty and pronounced taste of dried fruit
Aged 20 Years Vintage Pu'erh
A bold, rich earthy flavor, that has a slightly sweet taste and a reddish brown liquor
Aged 5 Years Naked Pu'erh
Mild soil notes, floral, with mushroom broth flavors, miso, and wood
2009 Menghai 1st Grade Ripe Pu'erh
Earthy, smoky, sweet and smooth, this deep maroon infusion produces a mild earthy brew
Menghai Ripe Tuo Cha Pu'erh
Ripe Pu'erh with Chrysanthemum is earthy, savory-sweet, with very subtle floral notes.
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