Dragonwell Finest of Chinas green teas grown and hand-plucked near a spring outside Hangzhou, China, considered to be home to a particularly benevolent dragon. The tea grown in the springs vicinity has been praised for centuries by poets and emperors for its four uniques: singular leaf shape, jade color, delicious aroma, and mellow chestnut flavor. It is said to cool and revive both body and spirit. Its jade green leaves create a brew that is clear and light, warmly aromatic.
Gunpowder Temple of Heaven A classic from China, known as, Zhucha, or pearl tea. This tightly rolled leaf unfurls in the water to produce a sweet and slightly smokey liquor, with a distinctive coppery color. A permeating and very refreshing cup of tea.
Sencha The most traditional style of Japanese green tea. The pan-fired flat leaf and lack of fermentation result in this popular bright, crisp, and refreshing cup of tea.