Specialities and Rarities
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.
A tea with a jade-green infusion that is also called "angel´s hair" due to its thin, fine and wiry leaf.
Black Tea Pu Erh
This tea is fermented in a special way and has a typical, earthy and slightly sweet flavour. It is also called "red tea" due to its red infusion.
Black Tea with rose petals
Blended with rose petals this black tea has a lovely aromatic and floral character. Black tea, rose petals
China Sencha decaffeinated
Green tea lovers are offered this decaffeinated alternative. The chararcteristic, crisply acerb, slightly hay-like taste of Sencha is clearly discernable.
This leaf tea comes from the south of Anhui, a region located in the northern part of China. Only the bud and the finest leaves are processed for this specialty. "Mu Dan" means "peony", a flower which in China stands for wealth and success. Not least because of this, Mu Dan is very popular in China and is also called the "Queen of Flowers". Freshly plucked leaf tips are made up to a rosette by hand, pressed flat and dried. After the brewing it unfolds to a grass green tea rose and gives us pleasure with its fine-fresh note and its very sweet taste also after multiple brewing.
Black Tea Lapsang Souchong
A special tea that contains not the typical "two leaves and a bud" but instead the bigger and stronger leaves from the lower parts of the tea plant. Roasting over exotic woods gives it its typical smoky flavour.