Our Anji Flaf Leaf is also called An Ji Bai Cha, or "white tea from Anji" due to its ghostly light green color, but it is really processed and recognized as a green tea. It is fairly rare, grown specifically and uniquely in Anji County, Zhejiang Province
An OFF-TRAIL rare, low-production, specialty tea. Zhu Ye Qing is 100% GREEN TEA called Bamboo Leaf, from the E Mei Shan area of the Sichuan Province of China, where the climate, terroir, large area for growing tea is perfect.
One of the five famous teas (cultivars) from in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Preserve of Fujian Province of south eastern China, where the highly desirable “wolong yancha” rock oolong teas are produced. Our QUE SHE (aka Sparrow Tongue) is a low production/sm
This is a very rare and quite unique oolong from WuyiShan, Fujian Province, China called Drunken Begonia. The Chinese name is Zui Hai Tang (醉 海 棠). Drunken Begonia is unlike other WuyiShan Yan Cha ("rock teas" like the famous Dahongpao, TieLoHuan, Rogui
One of the five famous teas (cultivars) from in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Preserve of Fujian Province of south eastern China, where the highly desirable “wolong yancha” rock oolong teas are produced. Our ROUGUI (aka Cassia or Cinnamon) is a low production
Among Taiwanese oolong teas, none ages better or more famously than Dong Ding; and it will age without heat or humidity (a dry climate is best). These semi-rolled leaves are from Lugu, Taiwan - grown at about 2450 feet. It is pricey and rare, and we on