DescriptionNanjing Yu Hua Green Tea is a special regional tea from Nanjing city of Jiangsu Province in China. The subtropical humid and warm spring weather helps the tea grow. Only harvested in spring, Yu Hua green tea has needle-shaped leaves that are pan-fried by tea artisan. Jade-green color liqu..
DescriptionThis middle grade Long Jing has just the right amount of aroma and is well-accepted by all consumers. High in antioxidant that is be beneficial to your health.Tasting NotesAromaRefreshingly complex with chestnut richnessLiquorStraw-like color with a touch of tea-oil sheen..
DescriptionLao Shan (Mount Lao) is a mountain situated on the southeastern coastline of the Shandong Province in China. It is the second highest mountain in Shandong. Its mountain view and ocean view co-exist in a great harmony. The green tea in this region is grown by irrigating with mountain sprin..
DescriptionHuangshan (Yellow Mountain) is located in Anhui province of China. This region is also home of many type of green teas and Maofeng, is one of the beloved green teas that are grown in Huangshan region. Maofeng has one bud and two leaves set, and the processed leaves are much alike the shap..
DescriptionLong Jing green tea is one of China’s ten famous teas, it was once enjoyed by the emperor. It is made by frying the tea leaves in the pans over heat, until fruited, floral, and nutty fragrance develops. Tea makers of Dragon Well are considered artisans, who are the masters in craftsmanshi..
DescriptionBi Lou Chun green tea has feather-like, curled, green color leaves. The
tea liquor has perfectly clear transparency. Light, sweet pea-like
fragrance with hints of macadamia nuts and honeysuckle. Lingering
sweetness and various vegetal and fruity tastes are Bi Lou Chun’s