Puerh Tea
$22.50
Our tasters all agree that this slightly astringent tea has notes of stone fruit, smoke, clay, and sea. The tea leaves for this cake were harvested in 2012, and pressed into cakes in 2013. This tea was plucked and processed by the Liu family from a plot...
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...
Puerh Tea
$60.00
2012 Vintage. A puerh that really has a fermented flavor, similar to wine or soy sauce, even in its aroma. It is a very pleasant and tasty brew that is sure to be enjoyed again and again. This is a "cooked" or "ripe" Puerh, meaning that the aging...
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...
Black Tea
$6.00
This unique Chinese black tea has a fruity and lightly smoky flavor with a lingering floral aftertaste. Its medium body and mild astringency leave a smooth dryness on the palate. Some drinkers often observe notes of pine and hints of wine in this...
Black Tea
$7.20
The smokiest of the smoked teas, Lapsang Souchong is a Chinese black tea smoked over pine roots. Its intense flavor conjures a summertime campfire in the outdoors. Great for cooking—try grinding up Lapsang and adding it to your soups, stews, meat...
Organic Puerh Tea
$10.00
Extremely smooth for a black loose leaf Puerh (pronounced POO-ar), this tea is also known as a "ripe" or "cooked" Puerh. Robust and surprisingly tasty with milk, it is distinctly earthy with an unmistakable aged flavor. The Yunnan province, in southern...
Puerh Tea
$10.00
An exceptionally smooth, rich and chocolate-like tuocha. Comes in a mini "birds nest" shape for easy brewing. Ingredients Ripe (Shou) Chinese Puerh Tea. Brewing Instructions 16 oz Cup Place 1 unwrapped tuocha into infuser. Pour 16 oz. of hot...
White Tea
$19.00
Finally, a white tea that everyone can appreciate! Silver Needles are plucked from the freshest buds of the tea plant. The silvery-white hairs on the new growth give this tea it´s name. Flavorful and savory, Silver Needles is described by our...
Puerh Tea
$10.60
This tasty selection is composed of cooked puerh (pronounced POO-ar) scented with an herb (Nuo Mi Xiang) that tastes just like aromatic sticky rice. The resulting flavor is smooth, earthy, and very pleasant. Tea tasters have described it as "mushroomy"...
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...
Puerh Tea
$26.00
This small, dense raw brick is surprisingly sweet for such a young puerh (pronounced POO-ar). It has a smooth, round texture, underpinned by a lovely structure of light astringency reminiscent of dry, floral hops. In the aroma, you can find everything...
Puerh Tea
$22.00
Our tasters all agree that this dark puerh (pronounced POO-ar) cake is smooth and earthy. It is an easy drinker with distinct notes of leather, peat, mushroom and ocean. The tea leaves for this bespoke cake were harvested in 2012, and pressed into cakes...