If you enjoy floral teas, Chinese green teas or fruit teas give this one a try. The price is worth it for those seeking quality.
What is oolong? Why is it so special?
In the beginning there was a plant. A green plant. Well…Green tea. Grown in either Japan or China, this plant is harvested the same way but when it comes to the processing, there are differences.
My mug decided on a nice lightly floral Organic Green Jasmine from Hampstead Tea this morning.
A Korean made Organic Brown Rice with Green Tea from Daehan Tea.
This green tea (also known as Huangshan Maofeng) is grown in the mountains of Huangshan (which translates to Yellow Mountain) in the Anhui province of China.
Today’s cup is a Sen Cha (Sencha) from Sugimoto USA.
Green Snail Spring…just as the name suggests, you would think. There are a couple of legends surrounding the origin of the name.
Today’s cup is a Pure Ceylon Green Tea from Dils Tea / Tea Packs USA.
To many tea connoisseurs, the leaf is like a fine wine what with its colorful flavors, delightful scents and beautiful array colors.