Most green teas come fromChina, the "mother country" of tea. In contrast to black
teas, green teas are not fermented.Therefore they are particularly gentle and wholesome.
Colour varies fromlight green to silvery or dark emerald.The infusion has a
light colour. The flavour ranges frommildly astringent to agreeably sweet and aromatic
– depending on type and preparation.
Teas from Japan which are becoming more and more popular in other parts of the
world are nearly exclusively green and unfermented teas.Themain growing region
is Shizuoka nearMount Fuji.The best known variety is Sencha, the "everyday" tea of
the Japanese. It has big leaves and is of a light green colour when brewed. It has a
subtle astringency and often a fresh note slightly reminiscent of seaweed.
This unfermented green Assam is processed after a traditional method for producing green tea. It is strong and full of flavour.
This flavourful green tea with an evenly rolled leaf is sightly tart and has a peach-coloured cup. For all green tea aficionados.
This organic tea has long, fine, jade-green leaves that produce a light yellow cup.
This green tea with a wavy, light green leaf has a fresh, strong character.
A tea with rolled leaves and a slightly bitter and refreshing flavour.
This organic tea is characterized by its slightly tangy and refreshing flavour. It has a rolled leaf and is produced in the Wuyan area in the Jiangxi province.
Green Tea with jasmine flowers
This tea is delicately fragrant and smooth. The added jasmine flowers are a pleasure not only for the eyes but also for the palate. Green tea, jasmine flowers
This classic is also called "dragon well tea". It is mellow with a delicate flavour and a jade-green infusion.