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Organic Pai Mu Tan China Pai Mu Tan Malawi Thyolo White Pomegranate
White Pomegranate
Our Price: $8.50
Pai Mu Tan offers a visually stunning tea with long, graceful leaves, and a subtle, calming flavor. Grown in Fujian province in China, our organic version allows for a pure taste of the region at a reasonable price. Pai Mu Tan, while being a white tea, actually undergoes slight oxidation as the leaves are allowed to whither for about an hour. While not enough to transform the tea into a green, this treatment allows a more flavorful nature of the tea to emerge. With white teas we strongly urge you to not use boiling water. Instead, let the water rest for a couple of minutes. This will give you a better brew.

***As we source this tea from China, unfortunately we have had to raise prices. This price will decrease to $8.00 for 2 oz when the trade situation has been resolved. ***
This Pai Mu Tan grown in the African country of Malawi is a unique find. With minimal processing, the true terroir of Thyolo can be tasted. Slight oxidation for around an hour, yields a stunning leaf that is a pale green color. Faint mineral undertones give way to slightly citrus zest/apricot, and a floral aroma. A unique white peony tea that pays homage to China, and yet marches to its own tune.

Malawi produces some of the top quality teas from Africa. Influenced heavily by Scotland, it has favored the orthodox style of production than CTC. This devotion to quality allows for some unique and delicious teas.

As this is a white tea, it is best to not use boiling water. Use water with a temperature around 180 degrees, or bring to a boil and let rest for 2-3 minutes. This will give you a better brew.
A unique blend of: white tea (Pai Mu Dan), green tea (Chinese grown Sencha), lemongrass, pomegranate, dragonfruit, raspberry and kiwi all come together in a tropical medley of taste. The smooth taste of the white tea, with the tart zest of the fruit pieces makes for a delicious treat.

White Pomegranate is one of our summer highlights for a perfect ice-tea! Great hot or cold, this tropical blend is good all year round.

As this tea is mostly white and green teas, we would advice not to use boiling water.

***As we source ingredients for this tea from China, unfortunately we have had to raise prices. This price will decrease to $8.00 for 2 oz when the trade situation has been resolved. ***
Holiday Pomegranate Tea Bag Gift Organic Shangri-La White Nepal White Snow Buds
White Snow Buds
Our Price: $11.00
A 'just for the holidays' gift, we've taken our White Pomegranate tea and blended in hibiscus sepals. Giving our tea a nice festive cheer. We've also packaged these teas into 10 single serving tea bags, a perfect present for the person that likes fine teas (and may not have a tea brewing device).

Some assembly is required as the box is folded flat to ship better. :)

A unique blend of: white tea (Pai Mu Dan), green tea (Chinese grown Sencha), hibiscus, lemongrass, pomegranate, dragonfruit, raspberry and kiwi all come together in a tropical medley of taste. The smooth taste of the white tea, with the tart zest of the fruit pieces makes for a delicious treat.

As this tea is mostly white and green teas, we would advice not to use boiling water.


The Shangri-La Tea Estate, is located in the Ilam Valley, near the famous Darjeeling tea province. This exquisite white tea, highlights some of the unique terroir features of the Himalayan mountains. Honeysuckle floral notes with a complex mineral undertones make this our premium white tea to offer. At an elevation of 5000 feet, this is one of the highest tea estates around. While tea has been grown in the valley for 138 years, this tea estate was created in 1999.

Similar to our Jun Chiyabari, this is a delicious tea that highlights how high altitude growing can bring out delightful flavors if processed correctly. Small hand-rolled batches with a very careful plucking bring the best white tea we have ever tasted.
In tea production, there are very few rules on the processing of the different types of tea. Technically this tea is a white tea, but it experienced such a long wither that it could be considered a green tea! Grown in Fujian, this tea is from one of the first harvests of the year. Grown at 3,300 feet above sea level, this tea offers a unique profile very similar to an Anji Bai Cha. Delicious streamed bok choy, with lightly roasted pine nuts and undertones of minerals. The best way to describe this tea is crisp, clear, and refreshing.

Do not use boiling water for this tea, instead either add a splash of cold water, or let the water cool for several minutes. Good for several infusions.