What is green tea?
Green tea is made from unoxidised tea leaves which are heated directly after being picked to destroy the enzymes that cause oxidation. This process also retains its natural antioxidant properties, tannins and minerals, making this tea famously high in vitamin content! The leaves can be steamed or roasted, and tend to produce a light grassy and refreshing flavour.
A delicately hand-rolled green tea, coined "Precious Eyebrows" in Mandarin, yields a medium-bodied golden infusion with a slightly fruity plum-like tartness and hints of smoke. A mild and refreshing brew, perfect for your daily detox.
Chunmee Superior, Traditional
Refreshing and clean
with grassy notes
Green of London
A well-balanced Earl Grey inspired blend using an exceptional Chinese green tea base. Flavoured with cornflower and blue mallow, this tea exudes the subtle hint of bergamot for a fresh and delicate cup, capturing that familiar Earl Grey character we all adore.
Mao Feng Chinese Green Tea Leaves
Mellow, floral essence of bergamot
This Chinese 'gunpowder' green tea is sourced from a top Sri Lankan estate. The tightly rolled leaves mimic the appearance of pellets and is fired in large drums to produce a distinctive full bodied, smoky flavour with a hint of oakiness when brewed.
Dimbula, Sri Lanka
Bright, sweet and
Influenced by Turkish recipes, Thé du Hammam is a rich, ambient and fruity blend evoking the fragrant flavours of roses, dates, red fruit and orange flower water. Decorated with flower petals, this tea emits extraordinary fruit & floral qualities balanced with the grassy tones and smooth refreshment of Chinese green tea.
Smooth and aromatic with a fruity freshness
Famous for its' role in traditional Japanese ceremony, steamed sencha leaves have a distinguishing glossy texture that provides the dewy freshness of a bright spring morning. Praised for high vitamin content, this leaf creates a verdant cuppa with the earthy freshness to lift your spirits.
Steamed, Pan Fried & Polished Sencha Green Leaves
Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Smooth and buttery with uplifting grassiness
Classed by the Chinese as Jasmine Number 1. Fresh Jasmine blossom, plucked in the midst of their bloom in May, emits the most intense flavour and aroma, allowing subtle hints of jasmine to resonate through this fine quality green tea and enhance its natural body and floral taste.
Jasmine Number 1 Steamed Green Tea
Fujian Province, China
Sweet aromatic bouquet
The earthy grassiness of this premium Gunpowder green tea is enriched by the sultry, sweet and creamy taste of vanilla. Combined with calendula and sunflower petals for a wonderfully warm and soothing refreshment.