Grown in the shadow of Mt Everest, high in the Himalayan Tea Terraces, this light and vibrant black tea from Nepal has a high floral note with hints of citrus fruit. This light copper infusion is a very drinkable alternative to Darjeeling. A lovely afternoon tea. 10g of this tea will make up to 12 cups, 50g will make up to 60 cups, and 100g will make 120 cups. Learn More
A certified organic light and fresh green tea, this is a pure taste of spring in a crystal green liquor. This tea is delicate in both flavour and shape, and is a speciality of the Dong Ting mountain of Tai Hu in picturesque Jiangsu Province, which is home to the Yangtze River. The tea is known for it’s pretty appearance, tender colour, rich fragrance and mellow taste. 10g of this tea will make 9 cups, 50g will make 45 cups, and 100g will make 90 cups. Learn More
This tea is grown high in the mountains of the UNESCO heritage site Wuyishan National Park. It has a clear orange infusion. This is the finest quality black tea that we sell, and the premier of the Jun Mei teas. It has a smooth clean and elegant taste, which is honeyed and slightly malty. The sweet aroma given by this tea is reminiscent of molasses. This is amongst the most rare of Chinese teas, made only from the new buds of the tea bush, and is picked before the Qing Ming spring festival. Learn More
The connoisseur teapot is our best selling item of tea ware. Here supplied with 10g of carefully chosen tea for the perfect gift. This is a modern teapot, using an ingenious design, producing an unrivaled taste and clarity for your tea. The secret is the push button on the lid. Tea leaves are steeped for a shorter time, and in a smaller quantity of water. Once the button is pressed, you observe as all of the water is drawn through every last tea leaf, concentrating the flavour through a filter and then decanted in the glass jug beneath. You won’t go back to another teapot once you have tasted tea through our connoisseur teapot. Learn More
Lidded/covered cups, are traditionally used for jasmine tea in some parts of China, but are also preferred choice for delicate green and white tea. They can of course be used for any tea, and simply to keep the liquor warmer for longer. The porcelain absorbs some of the heat of the hot water. The cup can also be used to brew tea before decanting into another vessel, or used to both brew and consume tea. It is therefore a versatile piece of tea ware. We include a 10g tea sample for your enjoyment. Learn More
This special grade of Earl Grey tea uses the finest grade Keemun tea, which balances the delightful fragrance of bergamot, which gives this tea it’s characteristic aroma. 10g of this tea will make 6 cups of tea. 50g will make 30 cups of tea. Learn More
Grown in the shadow of Mt Everest, high in the Himalayan Tea Terraces, this Oolong tea from Nepal has a deeply intoxicating malty aroma. Producing pale brown liquor, this mellow tea is slightly sweet and smooth tasting with a hint of peaches and a buttery texture. It is similar in flavour to the Honey Orchid Phoenix Oolong. 10g of this tea will make up to 12 cups, 50g will make up to 60 cups, and 100g will make 120 cups. Learn More
Grown in the shadow of Mount Everest, this light green tea from steeply sloped tea terraces of Nepal has a pale yellow liquor, a definite sweet aftertaste and a bold vegetal flavour with a hint of nuttiness. This tea is similar to that grown in the Yellow Mountains of China and the aroma of the freshly infused leaf is reminiscent of a fine Japanese green tea. 10g of this tea will make up to 9 cups, 50g will make up to 45 cups, and 100g will make 90 cups. Learn More
Pu’erh tea is a treasured tea in China as it takes many years to process. This particular tea has been sourced from Mr Han’s tea shop in Guilin. Mr Han is devoted to the art of Pu’erh tea and makes regular pilgrimages to Puer city to find the best teas for his shop. This is a fully fermented tea with a beautiful golden colour and a subtle flavour. As with most Pu’erh teas, this tea has the rich sweet taste of dates and a liquorice aftertaste which lingers on the palate. 10g of this tea will make up to 16 cups, 50g will make up to 80 cups, and 100g will make 160 cups. Learn More
Pu’erh tea is a treasured tea in China as it takes many years to process. This tea has been sourced from Mr Han’s tea shop in Guilin, Fujian Province. Mr Han is devoted to the art of Pu’erh tea and makes regular pilgrimages to Puer city to find the best teas for his shop. This tea is fermented and then aged for five years. It is a fully fermented tea, with a bold flavour and a vibrant amber colour. At first the taste is characterised by a strong tannin flavour, followed by a pleasantly smoked wood taste in the middle of the cup, and a final liquorice aftertaste. 10g of this tea will make up to 16 cups, 50g will make up to 80 cups, and 100g will make 160 cups. Learn More
Getting it right is important, the taste of your tea really depends on three things; the quality of the tea, the quality of the water, and the infusion. We give an infusion guide for all of our teas, and with the thermometer and timer, you will get a perfect infusion every time. Learn More
A luxury gift box containing five fine teas, to introduce someone to the World of fine teas. 10g of each of Jasmine Silver Needle, Organic Chun Mei green tea, Milk Oolong tea, a Big Red Robe (Da hong pao) from the UNESCO heritage site in Wuyishan, and a black tea with Lemon. Learn More
A collection of five fine teas in a luxury presentation gift box. 10g of each of Osmanthus Oolong, Rose Tea, and Jasmine Silver Needle. 1 bundle of Flower Fairyand 1 bundle of Ruby (Blossoming teas). presented in a luxury gift box.
The collection of five of the World's finest teas for the true tea connoisseur, presented in a luxury gift box. 10g of each of Wu Yi Qi Lan (Rare Orchid) , Tie Guan Yin First Grade (Iron Goddess), Organic Huangshan Ming Qian Mao Feng (Spring Festival harvest) , JinJunMei (Golden eyebrow), and 10 year aged Pu'erh tea.
This beautifully decorated Gong Fu tea set includes a gaiwan, fairness cup, sieve and holder, and 8 sipping cups. This matching twelve piece Qing hua porcelain set is decorated with a Chinese Blue and White design and glazed in the classic style of Jingdezhen. The set includes all the essential teaware that you need to perform your own Gong Fu ceremony. This attractive tea set is both elegant and functional. It makes a lovely display piece, or to share tea with your friends after dinner. This tea set makes a unique gift to any tea lover, and comes in a silk lined presentation box. Learn More
This exquisitly hand painted tea set includes a tea pot and five hand painted sipping cups. The tea pot is ornately decorated with a beautiful orchid and has a golden cord to secure the lid. The sipping cups each have a little saucer and are decorated to match the tea pot. This elegant tea set is presented in a silk lined box, which is decorated in a matching design and is imported from the tea mill in China. Learn More
The characteristic Osmanthus flavour is reminiscent of tropical fruits with a long sweet aftertaste of apricot. This aromatic tea elegantly unfurls with each infusion to give a gentle and lingering floral aroma. The oolong tea used in this infusion is certified organic. 10g of this tea will make up to 8 cups, 50g will make up to 40 cups, and 100g will make 80 cups. Learn More
The glass jug or ‘fairness cup’ and sieve are essential items for the tea connoisseur. Tea is all about awakening your senses. These tea wares allow us to appreciate the vivid colour of the liquor and for each person drinking the tea to have same tasting experience. Such small things make all the difference. A traditional tea strainer is simply not fine enough to remove all fine leaf particles from tea, and so a Chinese sieve is traditionally used to strain your tea before it is served. Following infusing, your tea can be poured through the sieve into your fairness cup. The sieves are supplied with the charming palm holder to store the sieve when not in use. The tea ware and the process are an integral part of the Chinese Gong Fu Tea Ceremony. This set is supplied in a luxury gift box. Learn More
Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony with a modern twist. The connoisseur modern teapot is our best selling item of tea ware. This is a modern teapot, using an ingenious design, producing an unrivalled taste and clarity for your tea. Supplied with the teapot are double-walled glass sipping cups so that you can appreciate the fine colour of the liquor. This is presented in a wonderful luxury gift box with a 10g tea sample.