• Dark Tea

    Dark tea is called so because of its black appearance, being one of the six major teas. The post-fermented tea is mainly produced in Guangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Anhui and other provinces. Traditional dark tea is made with highly-matured raw dark green tea which is a major raw material for compressed teas.

  • Fireweed tea

    Fireweed tea isn’t just dried but fermented. After fresh plants are foraged, leaves are allowed to cure in a glass jar. The fermentation process allows a deeper, fruity flavor to develop.

  • Pu Erh Tea

    Pu Erh tea originates from Xishuangbanna, Lincang, Pu Erh tea and other areas in Yunnan Province, where there grow many tall arbors, 16m high, and there are microtrichia on epicormic branches and white pubescence on apical buds.

Horehound Tea

Horehound tea is mainly made with high-quality fresh horehound and lotus plumule, and processed with new low-temperature technique in a scientific manner, which maintains its natural bioactivity. Therefore, it can be called a healthy drink that features in high purity, being easy to brew, fragrance and excellent taste, being the first choice for diabetes patients in summer.

Korean Citron Tea

Korean citron tea is a beverage made with citron, rock candy and others.Buy a citron with steeple top, the heavier the better, and it’s better to have a hard hilum bottom. Wash it clean, and soak in hot water for 15 minutes to remove wax on its peel.

Chia Seed Tea

Chia seed tea is made by adding chia seed into green tea, black tea or any other herb tea, and has many benefits in improving energy level and digestion health.

Alfalfa Tea

Alfalfa is a wild herb, and also an editable wild vegetable, which has numerous nutrients and tender taste and various health-care effects. Alfalfa shall be firstly washed clean, placed in a pot, and boiled with an appropriate amount of clean water before drinking.

Papaya Leaf Tea

Papaya leaf tea is made with papaya leaves which are hung for drying or stored at a low temperature for a while, mixed them in tea, wholly or crushed, and stored in tea ware. Some also like to use fresh or dried papaya seeds for tea brewing.

Black Oolong Tea

Black oolong tea belongs to oolong tea, which allegedly has effects on inhibiting fat absorption. Today’s diets always have an excessively high proportion of fat, and excessive fat absorption cannot only cause obesity, but result in many chronic diseases. It has been proved in many scientific experiments that oolong tea can stunningly inhibit absorption of 20% fat.

Salvia Tea

Salvia tea (Tian Cao) is made mainly with high-quality violet flower salvia, being one of the main products for treating coronary heart disease and preventing and dilating blood vessels, and has medical effects on activating blood and dissolving stasis. As an organic green tea, it can also clear mind and resolve phlegm. Modern researches have proved the medical effects on dilating angiocarpy and strengthening blood capillary of caffeine contained in tea.

Peyote Tea

Peyote tea, in green tea family, originates from Yuquan Mountain in Dangyang, Hubei Province. Processed peyote tea features in flatness, hand-like shape, emerald green luster and pekoe revealed. Tea leaves unfold in brewing, verdant in cluster, and tea infusion is bright and clear, faintly scented, and tastes fresh, mellow and sweet. Peyote tea is made in three processes, steaming, stir fixation and baking.