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Teas by Origin

  • Home of classic black teas from Assam, Nilgiris, Darjeeling, Doars and Palampur. Famous for its Chai, Tulsi and fragrant spices.
  • A rich variety of teas. Distinct tea cultures across provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan and Sichuan.
  • The fourth largest tea producer in the world. Key areas include, Kandy, Uva, Dimbulla, Nuwara Eliya, Galle and Ratanapura. Famous for its black teas.
    Sri Lanka
  • An old tea producer now gaining more prominence for its old growth tea forests in the northern highlands. Famous for its lotus tea.
  • Home of delicious oolongs. Key areas include Pinglin, Ali Shan, Lugu, Shan Lin Xi, Li Shan, Hsinchu and Mingjian. Small, craft style tea gardens with passionate merchants.
  • Introduced by buddhist monk Eisai, tea has a sacred history in Japan. Known for its green teas. Areas include, Uji, Shizuoka, Kagoshima, Kyoto, Miyazaki, Mie, Yamato and Gifu.
  • Regarded as 'the roof of the world', Nepal tea is brimming with newfound passion for specialty styles. Key areas include Illam, Dhankuta, Jhapa and Taplejung.

Teas by Category

  • The quintessential beverage of a large part of the world. Chai in Hindi simply means tea. In India, it is a luscious thirst-quencher, uplifter and socializer.
  • Original to China, White teas are made from newly sprouted tips and leaves. Regional Terroir and type of plant varietal is the main contributing factor for flavor.
    White Teas
  • Minimally oxidized leaf. Green teas vary considerably due to the plant varietal, season, region and processing technique.
    Green Teas
  • Known as Kali Cha in India, Hong Cha in China, black teas are a result of prolonged oxidation. The sub-continent, China and Kenya are the best known origins for black teas.
    Black Teas
  • A family of tea plant varietals native to Fujian, China and central Taiwan. Oolongs comprise a variety in color (light green to dark) and shape (twisted and round).
    Oolong Teas
  • Exclusive to the southern part of China, Puer is one of the oldest forms of tea making. Made mostly from the Dayeh 'big' leaf varietal, Puers comprise Sheng 'green' and Shou 'cooked' styles.
    Pu-er Teas
  • Our signature blends combine tea with a mix of herbs and spices.
    Tea Blends
  • The Limited Edition Teas are varietals sourced from small batch, artisan tea growers from around the world.
    Limited Edition Teas
  • The most bio-diverse and ethnically rich region in China. Famous for its old-growth tea mountains producing puer tea.
    Old Growth Teas


  • Ancient, sacred herb of India. Also known as Holy Basil, Tulsi has a long history in Ayurveda and is caffeine free.
  • A popular herb of South America. Yerba Mate is known for its uplifting energy properties.
    Yerba Maté
  • The 'Red' herb of South Africa. Widely consumed as a pleasant, caffeine free beverage in South Africa.
  • Blends of herbs and tea, highlighting diggerent Ayurvedic Doshas (body constitutions).
  • These products represent a variety of herbs, and herbal blends.
    Herbs and Herbal Blends
  • A variety of dried spices featured in our signature tea and herb blends.