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Baihao Yinzhen Tea

$17.95$89.75
Baihao Yinzhen 白毫银针 is grown in Fujian which literally translated means“ White Hair Silver Needle”. It is called that because it has a straight appearance like a needle, covered with white hair, like silver and snow. It was first produced in the 1796s and is one of the top ten famous teas in China. Among white teas, this is the most expensive variety and also the most precious variety, because only the top buds are used to produce tea.

Biluochun Tea

$9.20$46.00
Biluochun 碧螺春 is grown in the mountainous region of Dongting in Suzhou, Jiangsu. The name Biluochun literally means "green snail spring". It is so-called because it is a green tea that is coiled in a tight spiral. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Biluochun is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma, showy white hairs, and early cultivation.

Junshan Yinzhen Tea

$21.90$109.50
Junshan Yinzhen 君山银针 is grown in Yueyang, Hunan which literally translated means“Silver Needle of the Gentleman Mountain”. It is one of the top ten famous teas in China. The inner surface of the tea bud is golden yellow, and the outer layer is white hair.

Keemun Tea

$11.50$57.50
Keemun 祁门红茶 is mainly grown in Anhui and is the only black tea among the top ten famous teas in China. It was first produced in the late 19th century and quickly became popular in the West. It is a kind of light tea with characteristic stone fruit, lightly smoky flavor, light malt aroma and floral fragrance.

Longjing Tea Type A

$12.65$63.25
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Longjing Tea Type B

$18.45$92.25
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Longjing Tea Type C

$38.00$190.00
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type A

$8.05$40.25

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type B

$11.50$57.50
Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried. Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type C

$17.30$86.50

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type D

$23.05$115.25

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Maojian Tea

$4.60$23.00
Xinyang Maojian 信阳毛尖 is grown in Xinyang, Henan. “Mao” (毛) means tiny fluff in a cup when brewed and “jian” (尖) refers to the shape of the leaves: young, sharp, full leaves. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Xinyang Maojian is known for its unique and delicious flavor. The color is yellowish especially when boiled with water. The tea liquor is slightly thick and has a refreshing crisp taste and with a lasting aftertaste.

Mengding Ganlu

$16.60$83.00
Mengding Ganlu 蒙顶甘露 is grown in Ya'an, Sichuan, which literally translated means“ Nectar/Amrita from Mengding mountain”. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China and is known as the pioneer of famous tea. Mengding Ganlu is the oldest tea in China. It has more than 2000 years of artificial cultivation history.

Tieguanyin Type A

$9.20$46.00
Tieguanyin 铁观音 is grown in Anxi, Fujian which literally translated means“ Iron Goddess”. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Fresh fragrance, orchid fragrance after brewing, long-lasting aroma.

Tieguanyin Type B

$5.75$28.75
Tieguanyin 铁观音 is grown in Anxi, Fujian which literally translated means“ Iron Goddess”. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Fresh fragrance, orchid fragrance after brewing, long-lasting aroma.

Wu Yi Rock Tea

$8.75$43.75
Wu Yi Yan Cha 武夷岩茶 is grown in the Wuyi mountain area of Fujian, and it literally means“ Wu Yi Rock Tea”. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. The color of the tea leaves is dark black and twisted into thin strips. It has a smoky flavor with a stone fruit flavor.

Yuhua Tea

$9.20$46.00
Yuhua Cha 雨花茶 is grown in Nanjing, which literally translated means“ rain flower tea”. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. The cultivation history of Yuhua tea can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty. After the tea is brewed, the tea color is green, clear, the taste is mellow, and the aftertaste is sweet.