one of the very first tea blends , who came to Denmark around 1790.
Black Keemun tea from organic farming. It is exactly like a Keemun tea should taste, gentle and mellow. It is also often called "Keemun Gold" because of golden buds.
This special Mao Jian Black tea is a very rare tea that is a take on a Chinese green tea classic. The name Mao Jian refers to the leaves that are used to make this tea and can be roughly translated as 'Fur Tips' due to use of a lot of buds in this tea, which has a 'furry' appearance.
Nilgiri black tea is perfect for the morning or afternoon and can be enjoyed clear or with a splash of milk.
Big-leaf Ceylon tea from Nuwara Eliya district in the middle of Sri Lanka. Lovely strong tea with a slightly spicy and slightly floral taste.
Pu Erh tea is very special Chinese term fermented tea. Made mostly has in town Pu Erh in Yunnan Province in China.
Yunnan Gold from an area with only organic and sustainable state-controlled agriculture, and the taste of this tea is delicious mild, mellow and slightly aromatic. Almost no bitterness.
Yunnan Imperial comes from an area of only sustainable organic and state-controlled agriculture, and the taste of this tea is deliciously mild, rich and lightly aromatic. Almost no bitterness.