Selection of

tea leaves

black tea

Indian Makaibari Darjeeling


Known for its strong aroma with a hint of cinnamon, this tea from the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal is named for the tea garden where it grows. Makaibari.360g

1 bag 320g loose tea



Indian orange black tea


Indian Pekoe is a black tea which delivers a rich & smooth taste with its fusion of orange. The citric taste with a spicy element and the black tea from Makaibari is a true traditional flavor.320g

1 bag 320g loose tea


Chinese Junshan Yinzhen


Junshan Yinzhen is the most famous tea in China and was originally used for ceremonies. Grown on Junshan Island it has a delicate floral aroma and light sugarcane taste.290g

1 bag 320g loose tea


Taiwanese Da Yu Ling    

Da Yu Ling oolong tea is a tea from the Da Yu Ling area of Taiwan 2600m above sea level, it is the worlds highest grown tea.It is produced in very small quantities and is considered a prize in Taiwan,400g

1 bag 320g loose tea


white tea


White peony Aged Bai Mu Dan

Because of the area where it grows it has a special sweet and fruity aroma. The white peony is only harvested during the beginning of springtime which provides the fruity flavor it’s known for.

1 bag 400g loose tea



Japanese Gyokuro

Gyokuro is a type of shaded green tea from Japan When harvested, its kept in the shade for 30 days which contributes to its naturally sweet flavor and strong caffeine content 

1 bag 300g loose tea



Egyptian nile river chamomile

Produced in the gardens on the side of the Nile river in Egypt, this tea has a powerful aroma with a sweet and floral aftertaste.
Perfect for relaxation.


1 bag 320g loose tea



Japanese Salted Sakura Tea

Made from salt-pickled cherry blossoms, this tea is delicious and refreshing.
Known for its flamboyant presentation, enjoy watching the cherry blossom unfurl in your cup 


1 bag 290g loose tea