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Teas

China Teas

China teas are produced in 16 regions producing a wide variety of strength and flavours. Fermentation creates the range from White Tea (Unfermented) through Green (Partially Fermented) to Black (Fully Fremented). The addition of flowers such as Rose and Jasmine and the drying over smoke creates even more diverse flavours and aromas. Further confusion is added by regional names in Cantonese or Fukienese, but the result is a great selection of marvellous teas.



Chun Mee
Chun Mee

Slightly sweet China green tea. Chun Mee translates as 'Precious Eyebrows' reflecting the curves... [Read More]

£7.00
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Formosa Oolong
Formosa Oolong

40% fermented to give a delicious, delicately fruity flavour. Best brewed with water at... [Read More]

£8.00
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Green Gunpowder
Green Gunpowder

Classic strong China green tea.

£6.50
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Green Peppermint Gunpowder
Green Peppermint Gunpowder

Pinhead Gunpowder tea,... [Read More]

£7.00
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Jasmine
Jasmine

Classic Jasmine flavoured tea. Partially fermented for a milder black tea style. Beautifully... [Read More]

£6.50
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Jasmine Phoenix Pearls
Jasmine Phoenix Pearls

Each of these jasmine scented pearls is hand rolled from a bud and two leaves of fine green tea. ... [Read More]

£55.00
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Keemun
Keemun

Classic Chinese tea. So delicious it can be drunk black and unsweetened.

£5.50
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Lapsang Souchong
Lapsang Souchong

Black, strong, smokey tea. You either love it or you hate it. Fortunately many of our regulars... [Read More]

£8.00
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Pai Mu Tan (China White Tea)
Pai Mu Tan (China White Tea)

White tea is sun dried and not fermented. Very high in antioxidants and low in caffeine. Makes a... [Read More]

£22.50
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Panyong Congou
Panyong Congou

Popular China black tea. Classic Keemun like taste but with a sharp edge.

£7.50
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