Chinese tea: the classics
China produces all types of teas, but the most famous are green teas such as Sencha or Chun Mee, and black teas such as Golden Yunnan GFOP, from the Yunnan province, or Lapsang Souchong, a smoked tea whose reputation is well established. But you will also find white teas of exceptional quality such as Paï Mu Tan. Grown in the Fujian province, it is characterized by a unique flavor of white peony. China also produces oolong and Pu erh teas of remarkable quality. Chinese teas are therefore characterized by a great diversity and exceptional quality. It is impossible for a tea lover not to know them and even less to appreciate them.
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China is also the source of some of the best teas in the world. Among the rare teas we offer, the jasmine green tea is certainly the most emblematic. This green tea offers flowery aromas of unparalleled delicacy. Another rarity, Pi Lo Chun is ranked among the 10 best Chinese teas. This original green tea will delight you with its roundness and its sweet fruity notes. Discover also our Pu Erh, red teas of a deep intensity or our Lapsang Souchong, a smoked black tea from the best plantations of the Fujian region. As you can see, Chinese tea is more to be tasted than consumed. China being the cradle of tea, it benefits from a thousand-year-old know-how in the cultivation of Camelia Sinensis as well as in the preparation of exceptional teas.