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Green Tea

Green tea is not oxidised, meaning it has no bitterness if brewed correctly. Depending on the producer the leaf is steamed or pan-fired soon after picking. These processes give very different flavours.  Explore our selection of personally sourced green teas to find a cup that suits you! 

Learn more about green tea on our blog 

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White Tea

Named after the tiny white or silver hairs on the bud of the tea plant, which is picked and then dried, often in the sun. Light, soft and sweet in flavour.

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Oolong Tea

Oolong teas are partially oxidised teas, either in open leaf or balled form. The taste of oolong varies hugely, from sweet and fruity to strong and backed and everything in between.

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Black & 'Fermented' Tea

Black tea is the most common type of tea. It is oxidised more than white, green, and oolong tea which gives its brewed liquor a dark colour with good strength and an astringency or bitterness.

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Puer Tea

There are two types of Puer, Sheng Cha (raw tea) or Shu Cha (ripe tea) : explore our collection here

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