The tropical climate of one of the world's largest tea-growing regions contributes to Assam's unique malty taste, a feature for which this tea is well known. 


The humidity, cool temperatures, and rainfall of the Sri Lanka's central highlands provide a climate that favors the production of high-quality tea.


Chinese tea can be classified into five distinctive categories: white, green, oolong, red (black) and pu-erh (post-fermented). Browse our range!


Teas from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India yield a thin-bodied, light-coloured infusion with a floral aroma, Discover the champagne of teas!


Green leaf and powdered teas are the mos popular in Japan and are classified according to their type of cultivation, processing method and regional origin.


Nilgiri tea is generally described as being a dark, intensely aromatic, fragrant tea grown in the southern portion of the Western Ghats.


The island of Sumatra in the Indonesian archipelago is a tea paradise due to its mineral rich volcanic soil, hot and wet climate and plenty of sun.


Oolong tea is the main type of tea that is produced and consumed in Taiwan, such as our bright and floral premium Jade Oolong.