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Green Tea

Green Tea originally came from China and has become associated with many cultures in Asia from Taiwan, Japan, India and Sri Lanka to the West.

White Tea

White tea is made with leaves that are processed in a manner to let them wilt slightly and lose the “grassy” taste of green tea while undergoing minimal oxidation.

Oolong Tea

Oolong Tea is a traditional Chinese tea somewhere between green tea and black tea in oxidation. It is among the most popular types of teas served in typical Chinese restaurants.

Black Tea

Black Tea is more oxidized than Oolong, Green Tea and White Tea. All four varieties are made from leaves of Camellia Sinensis.

Herbal Tea

Tisane and herbal tea are not really teas at all. They do not have caffeine. This is because they are blended with various leaves, fresh or dried flowers, herbs, seeds or roots, fruits and spices for more flavor.

Chai Tea

Chai Tea gives you a special feeling – you can taste the tea flavor, but also can taste the spicy notes together.

Decaffeinated Tea

Decaffeinated Tea without chemicals, teas retain all the depth and flavor of their caffeinated counterparts. We have 2 approved methods.

English Tea

English Teas are black tea, they are blended and mixed with various other plants in order to obtain a beverage.

Organic Tea

Organic Tea is for maintaining and enhancing ecological harmony, growers take more time and effort to protect the environment of farms, they use natural ways to replenish and maintain the gardens soil fertility.

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea has been popular in South Africa for generations and is now consumed to all over the world as it has high levels of nutrients. It is good for headaches, sleeplessness, and digestive problems.

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