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  1. Bai Hao Mao Feng

    Starting at €3.05

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    (=€152.50 / 1 kg)
    Bai Hao Mao Feng
    Aromatic green tea from Yunnan with a unique taste. Harvested from old tea trees (no plantation) from over 1500m. The characteristic white hairs of the tea leaves make the tea appear very light on the surface and give it its name. However, it is a pure green tea. Learn More
  2. Bai Hao Yin Zhen

    Starting at €4.35

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    (=€217.50 / 1 kg)
    Bai Hao Yin Zhen
    White tea from the Fujian province. Means "white-haired silver needle" and is among the top 10 best teas. It impresses with its mild, sweetish aroma. Its freshness can still be easily recognised by its greenish shimmering colour. Learn More
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  3. Bai Mu Dan

    Starting at €2.05

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    (=€102.50 / 1 kg)
    Bai Mu Dan
    Ranks among the best and most famous white teas. Strong aroma. Does not become bitter even after prolonged infusion. The completely preserved leaves and the even colouring show the high quality of these teas. Comes from a tea garden near Fuding, produced under natural growing conditions, without the use of any chemicals. Learn More
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  4. Cui Ming

    Starting at €2.92

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    (=€146.00 / 1 kg)
    Cui Ming
    Spring picking from the mountains near Shang Yu in very high quality. Handmade with an intense, slightly sweet floral fragrance and outstanding aroma. Easy to prepare. Does not become bitter after repeated infusion. Learn More
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  5. Da Hong Pao

    Starting at €2.42

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    (=€121.00 / 1 kg)
    Da Hong Pao
    Strongly fermented Oolong from the WuYi mountains, almost reminiscent of black tea. Also called Red Robe. Full, fruity aroma. Ranks among the top 10 teas and is one of the best Oolongs from China. Learn More
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  6. Da Jin Ya

    Starting at €4.49

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    (=€224.50 / 1 kg)
    Da Jin Ya
    Hand picked and hand processed black tea from the first plucking in its typical golden yellow colour. Its impressive and powerful aroma is slightly reminiscent of notes of caramel, pear and honey, combined with citrusy notes. It belongs to the most exclusive and best black teas and can be infused 5-6 times. Learn More
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  7. Dong Fang Mei Ren

    Starting at €3.10

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    (=€155.00 / 1 kg)
    Dong Fang Mei Ren
    Highly fermented oolong of outstanding quality from the province of Fujian. The tea captivates with its great fullness of flavour with a flowery fruity note. Its slightly citrus character makes it very refreshing. Despite its low level of popularity, this tea is without doubt one of the best Oolongs. Learn More
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  8. Emei Mao Feng

    Starting at €2.17

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    (=€108.50 / 1 kg)
    Emei Mao Feng
    Tea from Sichuan with a strong aroma. Pan-roasted. Has a note of chestnut with aromas of orchids and fruity parts. Does not become bitter. Regularly counts among the best teas in China. Learn More
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  9. Fengqing Hong Luo

    Starting at €1.90

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    Fengqing Hong Luo
    Consists of spherical leaves rolled into small snails. The cultivation takes place in the mountains near Fengqing at over 1200m. Gives a strong aroma. Refreshing, wonderfully sweet, earthy taste, which also reminds of liquorice. Learn More
  10. Genmaicha

    Starting at €1.29

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    (=€64.50 / 1 kg)
    Genmaicha
    Genmaicha consists of a mixture of Sencha with roasted and popped rice (similar to popcorn). Low caffeine content. Well tolerated, even in the morning. The taste of rice harmonises wonderfully with the round taste of Sencha. Learn More
  11. Gong Ting Pu Erh

    Starting at €1.95

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    (=€97.50 / 1 kg)
    Gong Ting Pu Erh
    Pu Erh with a mild, earthy touch. Produces an intensive, reddish infusion. Very balanced and round taste. Learn More
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  12. Gui Hong Kongfu

    Starting at €2.90

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    (=€145.00 / 1 kg)
    Gui Hong Kongfu
    A red tea with special "powers" and very special aroma. Its special earthy, strawy, slightly fruity character is already noticeable in the smell. When infused, it shows a unique taste of sweet, earthy aromas reminiscent of melon, which develop wonderfully with further infusions. Learn More
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  13. Gyokuro

    Starting at €1.90

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    (=€95.00 / 1 kg)
    Gyokuro
    Fine, steamed shade tea from China. The tea bushes are shaded with bamboo mats. The tea has a strong, green colour, is mild and digestible and its taste reminds of a Sencha with a sweet-spicy aroma. Learn More
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  14. Hong Bao Shi

    Starting at €1.90

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    Hong Bao Shi
    First-class Oolong from the Jiu Long Shan Nature Reserve with a slightly caramel taste and fruity, slightly apple-like parts. Spring picking. Great processing and easy to handle. Can be infused several times. Learn More
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  15. Hong Jin Luo

    Starting at €3.32

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    (=€166.00 / 1 kg)
    Hong Jin Luo
    Very fine and flavourful tea with the typical snail-like shape. The tea has a golden yellow colour and gives a rich, amber infusion. Soft, slightly malty character with sweet, fruity notes. Learn More
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  16. Huang Shan Mao Feng

    Starting at €4.56

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    (=€228.00 / 1 kg)
    Huang Shan Mao Feng
    Wild Huang Shan Mao Feng with wonderful fruity aroma. Ranks among the top 10 teas from China. Harvested from wild tea bushes and processed by hand. Possesses fruity/floral aromas reminiscent of apricot or apples. Learn More
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  17. Hunan Mao Jian

    Starting at €1.85

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    (=€92.50 / 1 kg)
    Hunan Mao Jian
    An excellently processed, hand-picked tea with a sweet, fruity-floral scent and a wonderful green tea aroma. It is one of the stronger teas and remains in a harmonious balance for an unusually long time without becoming bitter. Learn More
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  18. Huo Shan Huang Ya

    Starting at €3.15

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    (=€157.50 / 1 kg)
    Huo Shan Huang Ya
    High quality, hand-picked yellow tea from Huoshan in Anhui province. Possesses a refreshing aroma with a wonderful fragrance and a soft, slightly sweet aroma reminiscent of sweet Mary's grass. Almost reminiscent of a green tea, but is one of the best yellow teas. Learn More
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  19. Jasmine Dragon Pearls

    Starting at €2.70

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    (=€135.00 / 1 kg)
    Jasmine Dragon Pearls
    Green tea with a wonderfully intense jasmine aroma and a sweet, flowery note. The pearls are handmade and consist of high quality green tea from the spring harvest. It is flavoured in the traditional way with fresh jasmine blossoms and rolled into the well-known pearl shape. Learn More
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  20. Jin Mao Hou

    Starting at €4.92

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    (=€246.00 / 1 kg)
    Jin Mao Hou
    Red tea of the highest quality (translated Golden Monkey). Consists of youngest buds, only 1 cm in size, which unfold completely in the infusion. Golden yellow infusion. Wonderfully sweet smell, soft in the finish. Has caramel-like notes that are also reminiscent of honey or liquorice with slightly earthy and fruity accents. Learn More
  21. Jingshan Bai Cha

    Starting at €3.28

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    (=€164.00 / 1 kg)
    Jingshan Bai Cha
    An old, rediscovered tea variety with special taste accents from Guizhou. It stands out due to the lighter colour of its leaves, which gives the tea its name. It is however a pure green tea. In taste it offers nuances of apples, pears, cinnamon with various spice aromas. A special feature is the high content of theanine. Learn More
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  22. Kai Hua Long Ding

    Starting at €4.45

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    (=€222.50 / 1 kg)
    Kai Hua Long Ding
    Comes from the spring harvest of Da Long Mountain from Kai Hua in Zhejiang province. Its slightly fruity, slightly tart aroma reminiscent of fresh hay and orchids sets this tea apart from other varieties. It is one of the best known green teas in China and consists of the finest leaf buds of high quality. Learn More
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  23. Long Jing

    Starting at €3.16

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    (=€158.00 / 1 kg)
    Long Jing
    The best and most popular green tea from China. Also called dragon well tea or Lung Jing. 100% handmade. Highly aromatic. Due to the lower content of catechins, it does not taste bitter even when steeped for a long time, unlike most other green teas. Learn More
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  24. Lu Bao Shi

    Starting at €2.36

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    (=€118.00 / 1 kg)
    Lu Bao Shi (China Emeralds)
    Highland tea from Guizhou from spring plucking in high quality. Also known as China Emeralds. Easy to handle. The manufacturing process gives the tea leaves their spherical shape with the typical flat edges, reminiscent of the shape of small green gems. Learn More
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  25. Lu Luo

    Starting at €1.90

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    Lu Luo
    Snail-like shaped, green tea with a strong, slightly sweet, fruity aroma, which also reminds a bit of pumpkin. Also known as Green Jade Snail. The hand-rolled tea balls have a velvety surface, which comes from the small hairs on the underside of the leaves. Only the first leaves in spring have this characteristic. A leaf is harvested with a shoot. Learn More
  26. Lu Zhen

    Starting at €3.49

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    (=€174.50 / 1 kg)
    Lu Zhen
    A very special green tea from the south of China, near the Burmese border with a fruity note. The leaves are harvested from tea trees that are several hundred years old and grow scattered on the slopes at over 1500 meters. Learn More
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  27. Luo Hao

    Starting at €2.68

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    (=€134.00 / 1 kg)
    Luo Hao
    A lightly roasted and mild tea from Yongan/Fujian. Very easily digestible. Consists of young and small leaves harvested before Qingming. Due to the special processing method, the inside and outside of the leaves curl to its special, snail-like shape. Learn More
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  28. Matcha

    Starting at €2.15

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    (=€107.50 / 1 kg)
    Matcha
    A Chinese Matcha from the spring plucking. Made from the leaves of Tencha plants. Intense, sweetish, tart and fresh taste. Absolutely free from residues. The leaves are steamed, dried and ground to fine Matcha powder in the typical way. Ideal for preparing food and drinks or for baking. Learn More
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  29. Pi Lo Chun

    Starting at €4.15

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    (=€207.50 / 1 kg)
    Pi Lo Chun
    The most popular tea from Suzhou and one of the top teas from China in high quality. Very fine and mild aroma. With 65.000 buds per kilogram this tea is a speciality in our offer. Every single bud is picked by hand. The tea plants thrive between certain types of fruit trees, which gives it its unique aroma. Learn More
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  30. Shengpu Pu Erh

    Starting at €1.52

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    (=€76.00 / 1 kg)
    Shengpu
    Unfermented, raw (sheng) Pu Er. Shaped to size and wrapped in paper. Produces a clear, green infusion with a fine Pu Erh aroma. Can be infused several times. Learn More
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