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So many green tea leaf varieties:
Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indian, African,
Jasmine, scented, flavored, blooming teas...
There are hundreds of them!
Here you will find extensive information on delicious varieties of gourmet teas.
Please click on linked pages below for detailed information on a selected tea, including taste, preparation techniques, serving suggestions, history, and origin.
International green teas
Dragon Well (Lung Ching). The Number One Chinese green tea in the world.
Pi Lo Chun (Green Snail Spring Tea). The second most famous Chinese green tea. One of China's 10 Famous teas.
Lu Shan Yun Wu. Considered a longevity tea for over 1200 years.
Lu'an Melon Seed. For an elegant afternoon experience, one of China's 10 Famous teas.
Mao Feng. Springtime captured in a cup. One of China's 10 Famous teas.
Chun Mee. China's daily beverage--still good after 400 years.
Gunpowder Green Tea. The strong green tea--from breakfast to empire-building.
Other Chinese varieties
Gyokuro. Precious dewdrops of perfection.
Matcha/Maccha. From ceremony to daily tea to ice cream.
Organic Matcha. Do you get better flavor with organically grown matcha?
Japanese Sencha. Over 150 million people drink this every day. Watch for the development of more individual garden/estate-named senchas.
Benifuuki. Powdered for extra catechins.
Japanese Tencha. Shaded for umami taste.
From Viet Nam
From the Himalayas
Himalayan tea. New cultivars discovered in the Himalayas.
Ceylon Gunpowder Green
Ceylon estates, various green varieties
KTDA Cooperative Whole Leaf Green
Formosa Pi Lo Chun
Formosa Long-Jing (Lung-Ching)
Java Green Gunpowder
Scented and flavored selections
Jasmine Tea. Happiness in a cup.
All other scented varieties
Green teas with herbs or spices
Ginseng Green tea
Display and blooming flower green teas
Blooming tea. These are tea leaves tied into fanciful shapes, many with hidden flowers that appear during steeping.
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