Green

The secret to green tea is non oxidised leaves, processed as soon as possible after harvesting. After a short withering phase the leaves are fixed by high heat treatment. There are multiple approaches to this – sun drying, pan frying, oven baking or steaming. Depending on the production traditions a different method can be used. This allows green tea to maintain most anti-oxidants and freshness of flavour.  Green tea contains relatively high levels of stimulants and is generally of cooling nature.


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April Mist (Yunwu)

April Mist (Yunwu)

Known as Yunwu, this is a classic Chinese green tea, harvested from wild plants in Fujian. As the na..

£1.75 Ex Tax: £1.75

Genmaicha

Genmaicha

Green Tea with toasted rice, used to be called "the poor people tea" as toasted rice was used to str..

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Jasmine Pearls

Jasmine Pearls

Fuding green tea gently scented with Jasmine blossoms over seven courses of natural scenting. This g..

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Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Tea

This Jasmine tea is scented 3 times using fresh jasmine blossoms and a good quality green tea as a b..

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Kuki Hojicha

Kuki Hojicha

Roasted stem tea from Japan, very warming and low in stimulants - great for a winter evening. It goe..

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Long Jin First Flush (Dragonwell)

Long Jin First Flush (Dragonwell)

Long Jin is one of the most famous Chinese teas which is also the reason why finding a truly good L..

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Matcha

Matcha

Matcha is a fine powder of shade grown green tea leaves. Traditionally Matcha powder is whisked toge..

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White Monkey

White Monkey

This White Monkey is an excellent value beautiful green tea. It is subtle and delicate, and not too ..

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