• Taste: fresh, sweet & floral • Aroma: fresh jasmine • Mouthfeel: refreshing & full-bodied
• Taste: fresh and sweet • Aroma: cherry blossom • Mouthfeel: brisk & smooth
• Taste: chestnuts & bamboo • Aroma: fresh & nutty • Mouthfeel: smooth & rounded
• Taste: chestnut notes • Aroma: fresh vegetal aroma • Mouthfeel: brisk & smooth
• Taste: sugarcane sweet, umami • Aroma: fresh vegetal • Mouthfeel: thick & silky
There are 5 main types of tea: White, Green, Blue-green (Oolong), Black (Red), Pu-erh, and a lesser-known Yellow Tea. Try one of each to determine which type of tea suits your taste best.
• Taste: nutty, toasty and vegetal • Aroma: nutty • Mouthfeel: rounded (A little secret: after you done brewing the tea try the crunchy brown rice;)
• Taste: umami, sweet, rich vegetal • Aroma: vegetal • Mouthfeel: creamy, smooth, thick
Get acquainted with the best, award-winning Oolong, Black, White and Green teas. Exquisite taste and full-bodied fragrances set these four teas apart from all others.
• Taste: roasted, nutty, caramel-like
• Aroma: roasted
• Mouthfeel: smooth & thick
Low caffeine content.
• Taste: fruits & burning hickory • Aroma: fruity & smoky • Mouthfeel: thick & savory
• Taste: umami, vegetal • Aroma: vegetal • Mouthfeel: thick, smooth, brisk
Green teas are well-known for their fresh flavor and health benefits. When tasting various green teas, nuances of the region, the season of harvest, leaf style, and plucking standard become apparent. Try these four excellent green teas to experience the differences for yourself.
• Taste: umami, sweet, grassy • Aroma: freshly cut grass • Mouthfeel: brisk & smooth
• Taste: distinctively sweet & vegetal • Aroma: fresh vegetal aroma • Mouthfeel: brisk & smooth
Japanese teas are known worldwide for being both delicious and healthy. Try the world-renowned matcha, delicious sencha, exquisite gyokuro, and roasted-nutty genmaicha.
• Taste: vegetal with hints of chestnut • Aroma: sunned vegetal & fruity • Mouthfeel: brisk
• Taste: nutty, citrusy, full of umami • Aroma: soy been aroma • Mouthfeel: brisk & smooth
Jasmine Teas are among the most popular teas around the world. During the process of making Jasmine Tea, tea buds get scented with jasmine flowers. The tea is harvested in the early Spring and then stored until late summer when Jasmine flowers start blooming. Try and compare these exquisite white, green, and black Jasmine teas to establish your tea of choice.
• Taste: sweet, umami • Aroma: fresh-cut grass • Mouthfeel: smooth & refreshing
• Taste: tropical fruits & roasted nuts • Aroma:chestnuts & fruits • Mouthfeel: thick and refreshing
• Taste: fresh grass, berries, umami • Aroma: fruity • Mouthfeel: sharp & mouthwatering