Oolong Tea
$21.40
This famed Taiwanese high mountain oolong is carefully and tightly hand-rolled, then roasted lightly. It is hand-plucked from a Jin Xuan varietal, grown in fields that lie in the shadows of Mount Ali, in Chiayi county, Taiwan. This high mountain status...
Green Tea
$13.20
The leaves' yellowish, flattened, shiny appearance gives this famous tea away. Easy to enjoy, Lung Ching (its name in Mandarin) is one of our favorites for a quiet, contemplative moment. We're sure you will agree. Dragonwell hails from the eastern...
Oolong Tea
$16.40
An outstanding low-elevation, lightly baked oolong which gives a deeply floral, rich, lingering brew. Emerald Oolong is a Chinese Wu-Yi varietal, generally grown at lower elevations. It is widely planted around Mingjien Township in Nantou County, and can...
Oolong Tea
$23.20
A partially "oxidized", nugget-style tea grown at a low elevation in the foothills of famed Mount Ali in Chiayi County, Taiwan. It produces a caramel-colored, fragrant brew whose flavor is often likened to baked yams or ripe bananas. This tea contains...
Oolong Tea
$13.50
A low-elevation, spring-plucked Taiwanese oolong, our Jade Oolong has undergone medium-tight rolling and medium roasting, which brings out both a flavor and an aroma of honey and cassia flowers. The aftertaste will linger for a few minutes after...
Oolong Tea
$14.00
Our Taiwanese house blend, incorporating the best of low-elevation oolongs. Created at the request of our customers who loved both our floral and roasted oolongs and couldn't decide which one to buy. Ingredients Lightly Roasted and Medium-Roasted...
Green Tea
$15.60
Like a plant growing from a seed, Jasmine Pearls go through the "agony of the leaf" during brewing and unfurl in a similar manner. Give them a try and you'll see why we took this tea as our namesake. Fresh and sensual, Jasmine Pearls can be steeped up to...
Organic White Tea
$8.00
Bai Mudan or "White Peony" brews up light in color, gives a delicate fragrance, and is currant-like and sweet in flavor. Being a white tea, Bai Mu Dan leaves are more intact and so take up more room in the cup. Bai Mu Dan (there are several...