Bancha is a class of sencha green tea, harvested as a second flush tea between summer and autumn. This is a certified organic Bancha tea with a pressed, long leaf that has a aromatic and mild character.
Sri-Lanka (Ceylon) is traditionally renown for its exquisite black tea. But this tea is different. It is a green Ceylon that is produces in limited supply. The climatic conditions in which this green tea is grown are formative for flavour and scent to make for an excellent cup of tea. An exquisite organic green Ceylon tea with a wiry leaf, fresh taste and bright orange cup.
Chun Mee means "eyebrow" which perfectly describes the shape of the dry leaf. Chun Mee is also known as "Young Hyson". This is a certified organic Chun Mei tea from China that produces a pleasant, highly aromatic, tangy cup.
This exceptionally high quality green tea is from the famous "Dao Ren Peak" in Zhejiang Province of China, and has been processed using the traditional Japanese method. It differs from the ordinary Chinese Sencha in both liquor color, taste and aroma. Its' infusion produces a light green cup with a sweet taste and a flowery / fruity aroma. An ideal tea for the novice as well as the seasoned tea connoisseur.
The flavor of rooibos tea is often described as being sweet (without sugar added) and slightly nutty. Preparation of rooibos tea is essentially the same as black tea except that the flavor improves by longer brewing. The resulting brew is a reddish brown color, perhaps explaining why rooibos is sometimes referred to as red tea.