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    Chrysanthemum

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of flying a kite in a field. It is the taste of summer fancies. It is the taste of all the best times you can imagine. Everything is right.

    Our Chrysanthemum flowers are from Anhui Province, China.
    The flowers were harvested early Summer 2014 and are of premium grade.
    Chrysanthemum flowers can be mixed in with any type of green tea (not black tea).
    Chrysanthemum Flower Tea is also nice chilled. The perfect summer drink! 

    Details

    25g

    From Anhui Province, China

    100% Chrysanthemum Flowers




    £2.19

    Out of stock

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    4-5 flowers per person in fresh hot water (90-95°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get several infusions from one serving.

    Silver Needle

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of winning at hide and seek. It is the taste of being a new kitten who feels happy. It is the taste of fresh buds in the spring. Let us tingle.

    Our Silver Needle White Tea (Bai Hao Yinzhen Cha) is produced in Zhenghe County, Fujian Province in China.
    This white tea was harvested in March 2011 and is of premium grade.
    Amongst white teas this is the most expensive variety and the most prized, as only the buds are used to produce the tea.
    Silver Needles are made from closed, downy tea leaves that are picked just before they open in spring.
    This tea is suitable as an 'evening relaxation drink'.

    Details

    25g

    From Zhenghe County, Fujian Province, China

    100% full leaf Silver Needle White Tea




    £4.99

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    One tea spoon per person in fresh hot water (75-80°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get 3 infusions from one serving.

    Dragon Well

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of being a king. It is the taste of having a lion’s confidence. It is the taste of an elegant marble temple in the afternoon sun. You drink victory forever.

    Our Dragon Well Green Tea (Longjin Cha) is from Mei Jia Wu tea plantation, Mei Jia Wu Village, West Lake, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang County in China.
    This authentic top grade green tea (bud & 1st leaf) was harvested late March 2015 and the leaves were roasted immediately after picking.
    The tea has been produced by hand and has been renowned by its high quality and for its attractive jade green colour, earning the ‘China Famous Tea’ title.
    Dragon Well tea was granted the status of ‘Imperial Tea’ in the Qing Dynasty.
    Dragon Well Green Tea is an ideal afternoon refresher or as a digestive after dinner.

    Details

    50g

    From Mei Jia Wu tea plantation, Mei Jia Wu Village, West Lake, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang County, China

    100% full leaf Dragon Well Green Tea




    £14.49

    Out of stock

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    One tea spoon per person in fresh hot water (75°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get 4-6 infusions from one serving.

    Jasmine Pearl

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of a friend welcoming you. It is the taste of the garden you sometimes dream about. It is the taste of how delicate time can be. You deserve the sky.

    Our Jasmine Flower Tea originates from Fujian Province in China where it grows at high elevation in the mountains (approximately 1000 meters above sea level).
    It enjoys the best reputation above Jasmines teas produced in Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Guangdong, Guangxi, and Zhejiang provinces.
    The flowers were harvested in March 2016 and are of premium quality.
    The tea leaf is bound with a Jasmine flower and hand rolled into a pearl.
    Jasmine Tea is perfect to serve as a welcoming gesture to guests; it's been a customary for decades in northern China


    Details

    50g

    From Fujian Province, China

    100% full leaf Green Tea, Jasmine Flowers




    £9.49

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    4-5 pearls per person in fresh hot water (75°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get 3-4 infusions from one serving.

    Iron Goddess

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of what makes you different from me. It is the taste of well-made sunbeam. It is the taste of wearing the only hat in a crowd. I wish I am you.

    Our ‘’Specially Picked’’ Iron Goddess Oolong Tea (Te Xuan Tieguanyin Oolong Cha) is from near Xiping Village, Anxi Town in the Southern part of the Fujian Province in China.
    This tea (bud, 1st & 2nd leaf) was harvested in November 2014.
    Our grade A Oolong tea is:
    ~ an early Autumn Tie Guan Yin: it's harvested in the autumn and has strong aromas.
    ~ a thoroughly baked Tie Guan Yin: it's the original style. 
    Oolong tea is often used in Gongfu Tea or Kungfu Tea ceremonies (' making tea with effort’). 

    Details

    50g

    From Xiping Village, Anxi Town, Fujian Province, China

    100% full leaf Tieguanyin Oolong Tea




    £7.49

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    One tea spoon per person in fresh hot water (90-95°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get 3-5 infusions from one serving.

    Puer

    Lishi tea

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    This is the taste of big adventures. It is the taste of skimming stones on a lake to win a contest. It is the taste of never stopping. You are so potent.

    Our Wild ‘’Purple Bud’’ Puer Tea (Zi Ya Puer Cha) is from Menghai, Yunnan Province, China, on the border with Birma. 
    This tea (bud & 1st leaf) was harvested from trees which are between 100-200 years old in 2001.
    As this Puer tea is a Wild Puer tea it isn’t graded.
    Wild Puer tea is 100% sundried.
    Puer teas are much like fine wines, which become smoother and more balanced with age. 
    Puer Tea made from old, wild tea trees are reputed to be more potent, containing strong Qi (translated as 'life energy' or 'life force'). 

    Details

    25g

    From Mengku Village, Shuang Jiang County, Yunnan Province, China

    100% full leaf Puer Tea




    £4.29

    Recommended Brewing Instructions

    One tea spoon per person in fresh hot water (100°C) for 3-5 minutes. You will get several infusions from one serving.