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    This is a sweet and exquisite loose leaf green tea that is ingeniously blended with the exotic fl...

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    The Black Tea Sampler set includes 6 mini tins, filled with the following teas: Bolder Breakfast,...

    • Tea Types Black Tea
    • Origin Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Guangxi
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    Deliciously light, complex and delicate, Silver Needle loose leaf white tea, or "Baihao Yinzhen",...

    • Tea Types White Tea
    • Origin Fujian, Taiwan
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    Its powerful flavor is reminiscent of damp soil and bark.

    • Tea Types Pu'er Tea
    • Origin Yunnan
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    This Pu'er cake is made from the oldest tree in the forest of the wild Qing Pu'er, a specialty of...

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    • Origin Yunnan
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    Inspired by traditional Easter chocolates, This organic black tea with cocoa kernels boasts some ...

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    Cleanse Herbal Infusion is a delicious purifying tea that can help clear the fatigue of the day.

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    Enjoy the essence of night-flowering jasmine tea with the exquisite purity of white tea buds.

    • Tea Types White Tea
    • Origin Fujian, Taiwan
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    This famous loose leaf oolong from Nantou, Taiwan is creamy and sweet, rich in creamy softness, c...

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    • Origin Fujian, Guangdong, Taiwan
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    In French, Thé des Songes means "Tea of Thought (Daydream)". This is a delicious oolong tea with ...

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    • Origin Fujian, Guangdong, Taiwan
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    Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world after water. There are more people drinking tea in the United States today than ever before. According to Chinese legend, Shennong was the first person to discover tea. According to legend, one day, Shennong took a pot of boiling water to rest under a camellia tree. The dried leaves float in the water and soak to form the first pot of tea. Shennong later named this water "tea". As people learn more about the role of antioxidants in weight loss and prevention of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, more and more people try and regard tea as an ideal health drink. Freshly brewed tea is 100% natural, fat-free, calorie-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, preservative-free and low in caffeine. It is the best choice for health. At present, people generally drink six kinds of tea: Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea, Herbal Tea and Pu'er Tea.

    The differentiating factor that determines whether the tea tree will turn into white tea, green tea, oolong tea or black tea is oxidation. After the leaves are taken from the plants, they undergo oxidation, drying, withering, rolling and heat treatment to form different teas. Black tea is completely oxidized and appears black, while white tea is almost non-oxidized, so it maintains a soft silver down. Today, tea has been grown in more than 100 countries to meet global demand.

    A. Green Tea

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Green tea is made from Camellia plants. Traditionally from China and Japan. Chinese green teas include Biluochun, West Lake Longjing, and Mengding Ganlu. Green tea produced in Japan includes Yulu, Sencha, Bancha, Roasted Tea, Genmai (tea made from roasted corn and rice), Kukicha (Roasted branches), and Matcha (tea powder that must be stirred). Green tea can also be flavored. Scientifically proven, green tea can reduce your local cancer risk by stimulating the burning mechanism, while also reducing weight. The main component of green tea is EGCG polyphenols, which is believed to be the reason for the unique health of green tea. Fresh loose leaf green tea is a delightful part of the health boom. Other green tea producing countries currently exporting include Thailand, South Korea and Vietnam.

    Organic Vive le thé   $15.00 at Palais des Thes

    In the mouth, there is a perfect balance between fresh, spicy ginger, lively, tangy lemon and grapefruit, and sweeter oranges. Vive Le Thé is a perfect organic green tea that can create a good mood and joy of life.

    Mango & Bergamot Loose Tea  $10.00-$17.00 at Whittard Of Chelsea

    This is a sweet and exquisite loose leaf green tea that is ingeniously blended with the exotic flavors of mango and bergamot. High-quality green tea leaves form the basis of the mixture, picked and steamed in early spring to maintain its emerald green color and grassy flavor. This green tea is very suitable to add a touch of summer exotic flavor to the afternoon leisure.

    B. Black Tea

    Like oolong tea, green tea, and Pu'er tea, black tea comes from the camellia plant. The difference lies in the way the leaves are handled after they have been picked. Black tea is completely oxidized, which means that the molecules in the tea will react with oxygen to give the tea a rich, rich flavor. In addition, black tea is produced globally, and tastes vary greatly. Medical research shows that black tea may help lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure, and has antibacterial properties. Many black teas are flavored with fruits, spices and even petals, or infused with essential oils to complement the flavor of the tea. Their natural depth and richness make them the perfect basis for a variety of different flavor combinations.

    The Tea Spot Black Tea Sampler $36.95 at The Tea Spot

    The Black Tea Sampler set includes 6 mini tins, filled with the following teas: Bolder Breakfast, Earl of Grey, Mango Tango, Organic Morning Mojo, Organic Darjeeling, & Ceylon Orange Pekoe. We've combined 4 of our signature black tea blends and 2 traditional single-origin black teas from India (Nilgiri) and Sri Lanka (Ceylon). The regional styles of growing and preparing black teas will be evident in the diversity of flavors and aromas you'll experience. 

    Vive Pâques ! Organic Easter tea black tea $17.00 at Palais des Thes

    Inspired by traditional Easter chocolates, This organic black tea with cocoa kernels boasts some powerful notes of black chocolate. This tea is made up of ingredients grown organically and has several organic certifications: AB label, EU certified organic food label, Ecocert organic certification, USDA Organic label.

    C. White Tea

    White tea is the least processed of all teas, with a delicate flavor and subtle sweetness close to the core of the tea tree. White tea is made by selecting the youngest leaves and silver buds to create a sweet, dewy taste. There are two main types of white tea: Silver Needle (consisting of only long silver buds) and Bai Mudan (consisting of one bud and 2 to 3 leaves). Due to its high antioxidant content and low caffeine content, loose white tea is highly regarded for its health benefits and anti-cancer properties.

    Silver Needle Loose Tea $21.00-$27.00 at Whittard Of Chelsea

    Deliciously light, complex and delicate, Silver Needle loose leaf white tea, or "Baihao Yinzhen", is one of China’s rarest and most celebrated creations. Only the youngest buds are picked before undergoing minimal processing.The result is an extraordinarily refreshing loose leaf infusion with sweet notes of melon and jasmine.

    Jasmine Silver Needle, Organic $6.50 at The Tea Spot

    Enjoy the essence of night-flowering jasmine tea with the exquisite purity of white tea buds. White Silver Needle Jasmine is soft in its approach, with a natural sweetness and an enduring floral aura. It embodies the perfect balance between elegant fragrance and a lush finish. To produce this tea, carefully handpicked downy white silver needle tea buds are repeatedly layered with summer jasmine blossoms. The resulting infusion produces an intoxicating, calming tea liquor. Silver Needle Jasmine may be enjoyed either hot or cold-brewed.

    D. Oolong Tea

    What is Oolong Tea and What Benefits Does it Have?

    Oolong tea is a tea whose oxidation is interrupted during processing. Oolong tea is a specialty of Fujian Province of China and Taiwan. The degree of oxidation of oolong tea is between green tea and black tea. Oolong tea is generally divided into two categories: lightly oxidized tea prepared in the so-called Chinese method (10%-15% oxidation), and the oxidation process is much larger (60%-70%) and is processed according to a more specially developed method in Taiwan . Medical research has shown that oolong tea helps weight loss through a fat burning mechanism.

    THÉ DES SONGES exotic oolong tea $15.00 at Palais des Thes

    In French, Thé des Songes means "Tea of Thought (Daydream)". This is a delicious oolong tea with flowers and exotic fruits. This fragrant mixture, coupled with delicate lavender and mallow petals, is perfect for evening use. This is also a natural decaffeinated tea, which is very healthy and safe to drink.

    Milk Oolong Loose Tea $10.80-$16.00 at Whittard Of Chelsea

    This famous loose leaf oolong from Nantou, Taiwan is creamy and sweet, rich in creamy softness, comparable to caramel. We recommend brewing gently to enjoy its wonderful flavor gradation.

    E. Herbal Tea

    6 herbal teas that reduce the risk of chronic diseases

    Most herbal infusions should be soaked in freshly boiled water for 6-7 minutes, or boiled on the stove for 10-20 minutes and then turned into herbal tea. The history of herbs and spices is much longer than that of tea. Herbal Infusions are not teas themselves, because they are not derived from camellia plants. Many herbal teas are known for their medicinal properties, such as calming, soothing throat and drowsy teas. These 100% natural caffeine-free health drinks provide a sensational experience in aromatherapy and taste, and can be sipped throughout the day to promote health.

    Sleep Herbal Infusion $22.00 at Tropeaka

    Sleep Herbal Infusion is a tranquil herbal combination. It is the perfect drink before going to bed. It calms your senses and makes you fall asleep easily. Sleep has a smooth, delicate, and delicious taste. Ingredients include chamomile, lemon balm, passionflower, lavender, scullcap root, rose petals and orange peel. Naturally free of dairy products, soy and gluten.

    Cleanse Herbal Infusion $29.00 at Tropeaka

    Cleanse Herbal Infusion is a delicious purifying tea that can help clear the fatigue of the day. Make it part of your morning ritual and feel different as you spend the day. Or, have a drink before going to bed to benefit your body before the start of the new day. Cleanse includes a smooth and delicious combination of ingredients, including flaxseed, honey, roasted dandelion root, dried apple, licorice root, Ceylon cinnamon, rose petals, marigold petals and mature Pu-erh tea. You can brew Cleanse Herbal Infusion as a hot drink, or after brewing it in boiling water, put it in the refrigerator to enjoy refreshing iced tea in the warmer months.

    F. Pu'er Tea

    Pu-erh Tea's Health Benefits, History & More

    As we all know, tea has many advantages, and Pu'er is regarded as a medicinal plant in Chinese medicine. Pu'er tea is said to help detoxify and aid digestion, making it an excellent tea to enjoy after meals. Pu'er tea is an ideal healthy drink. It can reduce fat and cholesterol, help digestion, warm up, promote body fluids and quench thirst, hangover, refreshing and refreshing. Pu'er tea is a traditional Chinese aged tea that has been fermented in addition to oxidation to give it a unique earthy taste. Pu'er tea tastes very smooth and can even be darker than black tea. This is a naturally fermented tea. If stored properly, the older the tea, the better the taste.

    PU ERH IMPERIAL tea  $13.00 at Palais des Thes

    Its powerful flavor is reminiscent of damp soil and bark. Long woody, liquorice notes. Pu Er tea is highly regarded in Chinese medicine for its curative properties. It is said to lower cholesterol levels, dissolve fat, aid in digestion, improve blood circulation and reduce the effects of alcohol. This tea improves with age, owing to the specific type of fermentation that affects the tannins. For cheese lovers, this dark tea pairs softly with firm cheese such as aged Comte or semi-hard cow’s milk cheese.

    Wisdom of the Ancients Single-Tree Pu'erh Cake  $89.00 at The Tea Spot

    This Pu'er cake is made from the oldest tree in the forest of the wild Qing Pu'er, a specialty of Yunnan. Using the most authentic and natural sun-dried fermentation method, the autumn and spring leaves are mixed together to produce a perfectly balanced and mouth-watering tea. The age of the trees brings depth features, revealing the layers of minerals and the smooth floral fragrance of honeysuckle and hints of orchids.