Tea & Teaware Collections

Browse a wide variety of tea collections. We provide a thoroughly selected group of products to make tea browsing as seamless, fulfilling, and custom as possible. From Tea Bags to Tea Variety Pack options, as well as Aged Tea and Teaware, our comprehensive list has something for everyone.

  • 1970s Tea

    1970s Tea (3)

    Explore an extensive range of 1970s Tea, harvested and stored during that era. The production was severely limited due to China's Cultural Revolution. The harvested tea was either stored for future use or sold to affluent merchants in Hong Kong & Taiwan, who mainly consumed the products at that time. However, there were also many collectors who preserved them for…
  • 1980s Tea

    1980s Tea (8)

    During the 1980s, Puerh and Oolong tea production underwent distinctive changes. After the Cultural Revolution, many tea farms halted or focused on mass production, leading to reduced quality in the early to mid-1970s, except for limited Puerh cakes and Heicha products. However, from the late '70s to the '80s, tea farms revived and emphasized higher quality for export, including Tongxing…
  • 1990s Tea

    1990s Tea (12)

    The 1990s witnessed a resurgence in all Chinese tea types, such as Green Tea, Oolong, and Puerh Tea. Hong Kong and Taiwan drove the demand, while other Asian countries and even the West followed suit as China's markets opened up. Puerh tea and Heicha were the primary collections due to their post-fermentation process, making them easy to transport and store.…
  • 2000s Tea

    2000s Tea (11)

    The 2000s tea period, spanning from 2000 to 2010, witnessed increased experimentation and artistry in small batch teas, especially Puerh. China experienced a revival of specialty tea production from CCNP (China National Native Products), featuring number-specific varieties like 7572, 7532, and 7581 Puerh teas. The Menghai Tea Factory ramped up production of sweeter Puerhs, while the Xiaguan Tea Factory focused…
  • Afternoon Tea

    Afternoon Tea (22)

    Afternoon Tea is best described as mid to High Caffeine selections that help avoid the afternoon slump. Such Teas include any variety of Medium to Heavy Oxidized and Roasted Oolongs. This is in addition to Small Leaf and Large Leaf Black Teas. Large Leaf Black varieties have traditionally been used as an afternoon caffeine bump while small leaf varieties accompany…
  • Aged Black Tea

    Aged Black Tea (3)

    Aged Black Tea is defined as black tea stored for over 7 years. At Qiful Life most of our products in this category are 20 years and above, with some selections aged as many as 70 years plus. It is some of the most sought out and expensive tea for tea collectors, falling after Puerh. Some tea experts even believe…
  • Aged Oolong Tea

    Aged Oolong Tea (6)

    Aged Oolong encompasses Oolong teas harvested and stored for over 7 years. It further divides into two categories - Vintage Oolongs (20-40 years old) and Antique Oolongs (above 40 years old), all falling under the "aged" category. The evolution of Aged Oolong Tea over time is distinct from other teas. It retains a unique fragrance and flavor profile from the…
  • Aged Puerh Tea

    Aged Puerh Tea (26)

    Aged Puerh Tea refers to Puerh harvested and stored for at least 7 years. Our products in this category come from trusted tea lineages that produce premium grade Puerh and maintain strict storage monitoring. Each product has been personally sampled by us, and chosen for its production standard, flavor profile, and Qi quality. Aged Puerh is mainly divided into 3…
  • Aged Tea

    Aged Tea (41)

    Aged tea refers to tea produced and stored for at least 7 years. It includes Vintage Tea (20-40 years old) and Antique Tea (above 40 years old). Tea reaching 70-100 years is considered rare. We source these teas from our tea lineages spanning two centuries, tracing back to the Second Opium War period (1856-1860). These lineages not only pass down…
  • Aged Tibetan Tea

    Aged Tibetan Tea (4)

    Aged Tibetan Tea is loosely defined as specific dark tea types from the Sichuan Basin and Hunan Province. These tea varieties are typically also called Heicha or "Dark Tea." They were produced and stored for more than 7 years under dry storage conditions. Most Aged Tibetan Tea is either stored in Tibet or transported to neighboring areas such as Sichuan…
  • Asian Tea

    Asian Tea (52)

    Looking to taste Asian Tea but don't know where to start? View our large selection of teas sourced from all over Asia. Areas include China, Taiwan and Sichuan Basin near Tibet. Specific regional areas such as Yunnan, Hunan and Fujian in China available. Premium mountain regions within Taiwan, such as Lishan and Shan Lin Xi also available. Aged and yearly…
  • Black Tea

    Black Tea (11)

    Discover a wide variety of Black Tea products, including tea bags, loose leaf, tea cakes, and aged selections. Our Signature Black Tea is one of our most popular products. Our Black Tea comes from high mountain environments with ample rainfall and ideal sun drying conditions for achieving gourmet quality. Unlike most tea dealers who prioritize quantity, our teas are hand-plucked.…
  • Black Tea Bags

    Black Tea Bags (2)

    Browse Black Tea Bags that are Gourmet quality. All products in this category use Premium Grade Black tea hand plucked from small batch farms located at high altitudes deep within coveted tea forest regions. The tea is then carefully placed into eco-friendly bags made of compostable material. This ensures nothing is lost with quality and taste when compared to loose…
  • Black Tea Cakes

    Black Tea Cakes (2)

    Explore a diverse array of Black Tea Cakes crafted with the finest tea leaves from Asia. Hand-picked and carefully pressed in forest environments within tea mountains. Our products range from the latest yearly harvest selections to commissioned products like Lemon Black Tea. We also carry a popular Gu Shu cake that derives from an old tea tree in Taiwan. Most Black…
  • Cha Qi - Tea with Good Qi

    Cha Qi - Tea with Good Qi (32)

    Explore tea that is known for having good Qi when drunk. This type of tea experience is called “Cha Qi” in Chinese, literally meaning Tea Energy. Cha Qi Tea can cause sensations such as increased circulation and even light tingling sensations throughout the body. Tea with good Qi occurs in both new and aged teas. However, not all teas necessarily…
  • Chinese Tea

    Chinese Tea (38)

    Explore a wide variety of Chinese Tea. Premium selections from the finest tea growers across Yunnan, Hunan, Wuyi Mountains, the Sichuan / Tibet border and more. We source only organic and gourmet varieties that are single origin, most of which have won local or national competitions. Popular selections include Yunnan Puerh Tea, Low Acidic Oolong Rock Tea, as well as…
  • Clay Cups for Tea

    Clay Cups for Tea (7)

    View a variety of clay cups for tea. Premium clay teacups sourced from Asia. Selections include authentic Zisha clay material varieties in small and large sizes. Taiwan handmade teacups made of natural minerals and Yanni clay from rocky regions also available. Clay cups are mainly used for both Ripe and Raw Puerh Tea in addition to Dark Teas (Heicha) such…
  • Evening Tea

    Evening Tea (9)

    Evening Tea is described as tea with low caffeine that can be enjoyed during later hours of the day without affecting sleep. Such tea varieties include Green Tea, including loose leaf and tea bag varieties, in addition to herbal teas. Purple Tea has also increasingly become a popular choice. Evening tea has also begun to include two other meanings. The…
  • Fermented Tea

    Fermented Tea (15)

    Fermented tea uses microbial fermentation for rich, malty, and earthy flavors. It's been used in China for centuries to create and preserve Hei Cha (Dark Teas) like Liu Bao and Liu An. Production areas include Sichuan and Hunan Provinces. There's also post-fermented tea, applying the same process after drying. Puerh tea widely uses this technique, now considered the main fermentation…
  • Fuzhuan Tea

    Fuzhuan Tea (6)

    Fuzhuan tea goes by a few different names, including fu tea and fu brick. It’s a type of fermented tea that hails largely from Hunan Province and Sichuan Province near Ya'An. It’s similar to Pu’er tea, but with slight differences in how it’s made. Pu’er is traditionally fermented in loose leaf form. Fuzhuan, however, is first compressed into a brick…
  • Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea

    Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea (33)

    Explore a variety of Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea. Hand-picked teas from select Asian farms. Selections include Puerh Tea, Oolong, Black Tea, White Tea, and Green Tea. Rare and limited varieties also available depending on seasonality and harvesting conditions. All harvests are produced in fine growing regions with fertile soil and care. All selections are stored in air tight sealed containers…
  • Gourmet Tea Bag Sachets

    Gourmet Tea Bag Sachets (8)

    Our Tea Bag Sachets use highest-quality Gourmet Tea from local farms in Asia. They include yearly harvested teas as well as Aged teas. All teas are hand picked and placed in eco-friendly, compostable pyramid sachets. Only single origin and organic tea is used. Popular selections include the Tea Variety Pack and Signature Oolong Tea Bags. We believe premium and aged…
  • Handmade Tea Cups & Tea Pots

    Handmade Tea Cups & Tea Pots (24)

    Explore handmade tea cups and tea pots. Selections include handmade Japanese style Tenmoku tea cups (Jianzhan) hand crafted from Taiwanese pottery masters known for reviving the style. Zisha clay cup products, including premium Duan Ni and Zhu Ni clay varieties. are also available. This selection continues to grow as we release more products from our tea ware warehouses in Asia.…
  • Hei Cha

    Hei Cha (7)

    Discover Hei Cha, or Dark Tea, a prominent tea category. Our premium selection hails from Hunan and Sichuan, offering Liu An, Liu Bao, and more, including aged options. "Hei Cha" translates as "Black Tea," but it's distinct from the black tea you know. It's a fermented, Dark Tea that uses a wet piling method for production. Water is sprayed onto…
  • High Caffeine Tea

    High Caffeine Tea (11)

    Browse High Caffeine Tea. Our lineup includes heavy oxidized Oolongs & large leaf Black Teas with high caffeine concentration. All these teas provide caffeine without the jitters and are the best alternative to coffee. In addition to caffeine, these teas are very fragrant and premium quality in both production and taste. Tea with the highest caffeine amount is Black Tea.…
  • Hunan Tea

    Hunan Tea (2)

    Explore Hunan Tea for Sale, featuring premium and aged selections sourced from Hunan, China. Hunan, a pivotal tea-producing province in China with a rich history, boasts high elevations and an ideal climate for top-quality tea cultivation. The name "Hunan" roughly translates to "south of the lake," referring to Dongting Lake. The area is home to Junshan Island, renowned for its…
  • Loose Leaf Black Tea

    Loose Leaf Black Tea (7)

    Explore our premium Loose Leaf Black Tea. Meticulously hand-plucked, oxidized, and dried in the lush forests of Taiwan and Yunnan, China. Unlike mass-produced machine-rolled teas, our hand-rolled selection preserves unique flavor profiles and freshness. Elevation, rainfall, and environment matter. Forest-grown teas, from secluded mountain areas, offer distinct quality compared to terrace-grown teas intended for mass production. Our products are exclusively…
  • Loose Leaf Oolong Tea

    Loose Leaf Oolong Tea (11)

    Explore a wide variety of Loose Leaf Oolong Tea. Premium Grade selections hand-picked in Asia’s finest high mountain tea environments for optimal taste and quality. All products are either gourmet, premium level quality or have won awards as various tea competitions. Our partnership with these farmers has provided unique access to Oolongs that otherwise sell out very quickly in Asia.…
  • Loose Leaf Puerh

    Loose Leaf Puerh (19)

    Explore Loose Leaf Puerh Tea for sale. Aged & newly plucked harvest options available. Sourced only from trusted farmers who maintain high-quality harvesting techniques and storage facilities. Most Loose Leaf Puerh tea is Aged Puerh. Traditionally, most Puerh farmers harvested their teas in loose leaf form and sold them to local customers as such. This was done for both taste…
  • Loose Leaf White Tea

    Loose Leaf White Tea (2)

    Loose Leaf White Tea has traditionally been limited to mid-grade production. While many tea farmers pride themselves with Puerh, Oolong or Green Tea production, few have taken on creating Premium grade white tea. After years of working with farmers across China and Taiwan, we have secured some of the most unique and premium tasting white tea available in loose leaf…
  • Low Acid Tea

    Low Acid Tea (12)

    Explore the world of Low Acid Tea. Most teas in general are low in acidity provided they are not fermented. It is best to choose non-fermented, lightly oxidized teas such as light Oolongs or non oxidized products such as Green Tea for tea acidity sensitivity. Gourmet Quality and Single Origin teas are the most suitable. Specifically, hand plucked selections within…
  • Low Caffeine Tea

    Low Caffeine Tea (12)

    Explore Low Caffeine Tea for Sale. Low caffeinated tea provides all the flavor and joys of tea with none of the jitteriness associated. And unlike decaffeinated tea, these drinks are 100% natural. Many of the “decaf” options found in your local grocery store have undergone a process that can use everything from compressed carbon dioxide to potentially harmful solvents. You…
  • Menghai Tea Factory

    Menghai Tea Factory (5)

    Tea from the renowned Menghai Tea Factory produce some of the world's most coveted dark teas. Established in 1940, this factory boasts a rich history, and its premium teas are savored worldwide. Menghai pioneered the production of Shu Pu'er Tea, a type of pu'er that traditionally requires lengthy aging. Typically, pu'er tea undergoes harvesting, processing, and packing into cakes or…
  • Morning Tea

    Morning Tea (30)

    Morning Tea is divided into 2 categories - Tea for Waking Up and Tea for Digestion. Each are unique to an individual's morning routine and encompass a variety of teas. Tea for Waking Up - High Caffeine Tea This category is best represented through Black Tea or Oolong selections such as Roasted Oolong. These Gourmet selections are all from high…
  • Oolong Tea

    Oolong Tea (15)

    Oolong is a semi-oxidized tea. On the oxidization scale, it sits between green tea, which does not undergo withering/oxidization and black tea, which relies on this process to produce its unique flavors and appearance. The result is that oolong is unlike any other variety and perfectly blends the freshness of green with the depth of black. It’s not just the…
  • Oolong Tea Bags

    Oolong Tea Bags (4)

    Browse Oolong Tea Bags for Sale. Made with Premium High Mountain Oolong & compostable bag materials. Oolong Tea is one of the best teas for putting into tea bags. The reason being due to the fact that most Oolong is hand rolled into balls at the end of production. This allows for the tea to be easily placed into tea…
  • Osmanthus Tea

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    Browse Osmanthus Tea. Our Osmanthus is wild grown within the high mountains of Taiwan where there is ample rainfall and sunshine, ensuring premium quality and fragrance. All Osmanthus is hand picked and stored in dry environments to preserve freshness and taste. We then blend this with high-end tea leaves sourced from reputable farmers in Taiwan. These leaves are grown largely…
  • Premium Teaware

    Premium Teaware (37)

    Explore our premium Teaware collection, featuring aged and premium Zisha teapots, clay teacups, Tenmoku teacups, glass cups, and Gai Wan tea sets. Each piece is carefully selected from revered artists and teaware ware masters in Asia, known for their creativity, passion, and dedication to enhancing the tea-sipping experience. Most selections are handmade and all use the finest material that is…
  • Puerh Tea

    Puerh Tea (25)

    Explore the world of Puerh Tea. We are the leading provider in New & Aged products including Loose Leaf, Tea Bag, Cake & Brick options. We also carry a variety of Specialty & Regional selections. All our Puerh Tea is sourced from Yunnan, China. We spent years selecting and tasting harvests across various farms and auditing tea dealers and factories.…
  • Puerh Tea Bags

    Puerh Tea Bags (3)

    Browse Puerh Tea Bags. Made with Premium Puerh Tea & compostable tea bag materials. Our Puerh Tea Bags are a leading option for experiencing gourmet quality Puerh in a convenient and easy to consume manner. The home of Puerh tea is Yunnan, China. This is also where 95% plus of Puerh tea is grown. This is important to note because…
  • Puerh Tea Bricks

    Puerh Tea Bricks (3)

    Puerh Tea Bricks are an expression of Yunnan, China tea making. They come from harvested loose leaf tea pressed into brick format for taste preservation and storage. Puerh Tea Bricks are largely from old arbor, large leaf varieties found in southern Yunnan, particularly from the Xishuangbanna area. The Daizu people are some of the most well-known makers of tea brick…
  • Puerh Tea Cakes

    Puerh Tea Cakes (6)

    Explore Puerh Tea Cakes. Yearly harvested and aged options available. All our selections are sourced only from trusted farmers that maintain high quality standards. Products also include specific tea factory and regional harvests. All our cakes start from hand plucking leaves under optimal growing conditions and then pressing them using traditional methods to produce fragrant, high quality products. For aged…
  • Sichuan Tea

    Sichuan Tea (1)

    Browse Sichuan Tea for Sale. Selections include Sichuan Tea Factory & Sichuan Basin products. Sichuan has a rich tea culture and a history of cultivation that dates back many centuries. It’s best known for its green tea. This includes an array of award-winning varieties that rank among the best tea in the world. Mao Feng green tea is one such…
  • Single Origin Tea

    Single Origin Tea (21)

    Browse Single Origin Tea. All teas are also Single Estate and overseen by our resident Tea Master across tea farms in Taiwan and China. Single Origin Tea refers to tea grown native to a specific area. It is not mixed with any other types of tea leaf varieties. The term also means that the tea trees from which the tea…
  • Storage for Loose Leaf Tea

    Storage for Loose Leaf Tea (3)

    Browse storage for loose leaf tea. Premium tin & clay selections available including Zisha clay material. Tea storage is divided into 2 types: dark tea and light tea storage. For darker teas such as Puerh, Tibetan Tea or even black tea, these can be directly placed into a storage container provided it is clay. Such teas should not be placed…
  • Taiwan Black Tea

    Taiwan Black Tea (7)

    Browse Taiwan Black Tea for sale. Premium selections from local Taiwanese tea masters. All our black tea from Taiwan is harvested under the supervision of an award-winning tea master. He oversees selections such as our signature Honey Flavor Black Tea grown in various high mountain regions and Ruby Black No. 18 from Sun Moon Lake. That is in addition to…
  • Taiwan High Mountain Tea

    Taiwan High Mountain Tea (14)

    Taiwan High Mountain Tea refers to Teas grown at 1,000 meters above sea level. These teas include Oolong Tea, Black Tea and Green Tea. Such teas are known for their intense fragrance and long steeping capability known as Nai Pao. They are sourced from select farms in high mountain areas such as Fushoushan, Lishan & Alishan. There are several kinds…
  • Taiwan Oolong Tea

    Taiwan Oolong Tea (8)

    Taiwan Oolong Tea is some of the most sought out tea in the world. Its high mountain environments coupled with ample rainfall gives Taiwanese Oolongs a fragrance unmatched by neighboring producers. There are varying degrees of quality for Oolongs depending on the region, altitude, surroundings, and cultivation techniques. The best tasting Taiwan Oolong Tea is from select batches in deep…
  • Taiwan Tea

    Taiwan Tea (16)

    Explore a diverse selection of Taiwan Tea, including premium and competition-grade oolongs, green, black, and white teas. Oolong Tea Taiwan is renowned for its world-class Oolong Teas from famed tea mountains such as Fushoushan, Lishan, Dayuling, Shanlinxi, Wenshan District (including Maokong and Dapinglin), Alishan, Sanxia, and Sun Moon Lake. These areas produce single-origin, small-batch selections, often overseen by tea masters…
  • Taiwan Wenshan Tea

    Taiwan Wenshan Tea (2)

    There are two main types of Taiwan Wenshan Tea – Muzha Tieguanyin and Baozhong (Paochung) tea. Muzha Tieguanyin is a roasted Oolong cultivar that uses traditional frying and methods to produce a roasted tasting Oolong. The roasted flavors can vary but many tea masters prepare the tea somewhere between medium and heavy roast. They are the perfect add to an…
  • Tea Bag Samplers

    Tea Bag Samplers (2)

    Browse Tea Bag Samplers for Sale. Explore Different Variety Pack Tea for Any Preference. Currently, our most popular selection to sample teas in bag format is the Tea Variety Pack. However, should you want even fewer samples we also offer our flagship teas in 2 tea bag formats for a tot of 6 grams. This includes Puerh, Oolong and Black…
  • Tea Blends

    Tea Blends (3)

    Browse some of the most unique tea blends known in the Gourmet Tea world. From lemon infused black tea to Mandarin oranges stuffed with aged Puerh and Chinese herbs, our mixes represent a new way of approaching tea mixes. Most tea blends and mixes have largely been limited to non-organic, non-natural ingredients that put forth fragrance over actual naturally harvested…
  • Tea Bricks

    Tea Bricks (3)

    Explore a wide variety of Tea Bricks. Premium quality selections ranging from the latest harvests to aged teas. For aged tea brick selections, these come from our trusted farmers who self-purchased teas throughout the years and stored them in their own self-managed warehouses. These farmers also acquired collections through their lineages passed down from teacher to teacher over the last…
  • Tea Cakes

    Tea Cakes (7)

    Explore a wide range of Tea Cakes. Premium & Aged options available. Our cakes are sourced from local farmers in Asia who hand pick tea and use traditional pressing methods to create products that preserve premium tea quality and taste. Included are traditional 357g sizes for many of our aged tea selections as well as 100g sizes for newer products.…
  • Tea Cups

    Tea Cups (13)

    Browse a wide selection of tea cups. We carry various types of high end tea cups that represent craftsmanship and artistry from hard winning pottery makers in Asia. Handmade vs. Machine All our products are handmade from local pottery masters with the exception of certain Lin's Factory imports. We pride on sourcing from renown artists that believe handcrafting a product…
  • Tea for Digestion

    Tea for Digestion (11)

    Looking for tea for digestion? Explore a range of fermented & post fermented teas that help alleviate constipation and promote increased digestion. Puerh Tea and Tibetan Tea are the best digestion teas. They are post fermented with a microbial process that increases enzymes and breaks down food fast. Many Chinese drink Puerh in the morning after breakfast to poop more…
  • Tea Tins

    Tea Tins (1)

    Browse tightly sealed Tea Tins for Sale. Hard covered & durable protection for any tea. Currently, we only provide our standard black product. These are larger in size and can hold up to 150 grams of tea comfortably. Other colors such as red or gold are offered but by special request. The products here are mainly for various loose leaf…
  • Tenmoku Tea Cups

    Tenmoku Tea Cups (7)

    Tenmoku Tea Cups, or Jianzhan, is a form of artistry that recreates the Song Dynasty's high-temperature wood-burning techniques to craft premium teacups. This art has seen a gradual revival over the past two decades in Asia and gained significant popularity in Taiwan since 2013. Taiwan has now established itself as a hub for producing the highest-quality Tenmoku tea ware. The…
  • The Finest Collection of Gourmet Tea

    The Finest Collection of Gourmet Tea (39)

    Explore Gourmet Tea crafted from the finest mountains, harvests, and growing conditions the tea world has to offer. Our Gourmet Tea comes directly from renown farmers across Asia, ensuring a premium farm-to-cup experience. Over a decade while living in Asia, we visited numerous tea farms and estates before housing our selections. We have nurtured strong relationships with our tea farmers and…
  • Tibetan Brick Tea

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    Explore a variety of Tibetan Brick Tea for sale. Small & large size bricks available as well as aged bricks. Stored in Asia & imported into the West. Only the finest selections in terms of taste and production offered. Tibetan Brick Tea consists of many different varieties produced throughout Sichuan and Hunan. Traditionally, Sichuan Province produced the most popular brick…
  • Tibetan Tea

    Tibetan Tea (4)

    Explore Tibetan Brick Tea, Aged Options, and Tea Bags. Tibetan Tea, a type of "Heicha" or Dark Tea, hails from Sichuan and Hunan Provinces, China. It distinguishes itself from other Heicha types like Liu Bao and Liu due to its comparatively darker and heavier flavor profile. We source these teas from reputable vendors in Hunan and Sichuan Provinces, as well…
  • Tibetan Tea Bags

    Tibetan Tea Bags (2)

    Our Tibetan Tea Bags hold Aged & Premium Tibetan Tea, thoughtfully packaged in compostable bags that mimic teapot brewing. Enjoy exquisite teas on the go, including our signature 1990 Tibetan Tea and 1970 harvests. These teas belong to the Heicha "Dark Tea" variety, developed in the Sichuan Basin during the 1970s and 1990s. Initially crafted in Sichuan, they were directly…
  • Traditional Asian Snacks

    Traditional Asian Snacks (1)

    Browse traditional Asian snacks known for aiding and helping supplement one's energy based on TCM principles.
  • White Tea

    White Tea (2)

    Explore a variety of White Tea for Sale. Premium Grade selections sourced from trusted farmers. White tea is the name given to young tea buds that are harvested and minimally processed. They are typically not allowed to open and are then dried in the sun. This produces a tea that looks and tastes unlike green, oolong, black, or fermented tea.…
  • Wuyi Rock Tea

    Wuyi Rock Tea (4)

    Wuyi Rock Tea is considered the most revered Oolong tea in China. Located in China's southeastern province of Fujian, the name rock tea is given due to tea fields that grow between unique mountainous areas in mineral dense reddish clay. Also known as Yancha, Wuyi Oolong teas boast low acidity and a roasted flavor palette. Popular varieties of Wuyi Rock…
  • Xiaguan Tea

    Xiaguan Tea (2)

    Explore Xiaguan Tea Factory's offerings from Yunnan, China, where you'll find aged and premium Puerh and Fermented tea selections. Xiaguan Tea Factory, with over a century of experience, is renowned for its exceptional teas. Situated in Dali City, western Yunnan, this bustling factory emerged from the merger of several smaller tea companies. It gained prominence in Chinese tea history by…
  • Yixing Zisha Teapots

    Yixing Zisha Teapots (14)

    Browse a wide variety of Yixing Zisha Teapots. Premium & aged teapots from renowned Zisha pottery makers in China. Only authentic Zisha clay from Yixing, China is used. Zisha is Yixing, China’s revered teapot clay. It is known for having pores inside, allowing Dark Tea and Puerh Tea to breathe more effectively. Mining of the clay was banned in 2005,…
  • Yunnan Tea

    Yunnan Tea (25)

    Yunnan Tea consists of various single-origin tea sourced from China's southern region of Yunnan province. The area is mostly known for Raw and Ripe Puerh production, but has also become increasingly popular for producing Black Tea in addition to small batch Green and Oolongs. All our Yunnan Tea is premium quality. We source from award winning farmers known for producing…
  • Zisha Clay Tea Cups

    Zisha Clay Tea Cups (6)

    Browse Zisha clay tea cups. Sourced from pottery masters in China. Premium quality made from authentic Zisha clay mined in Yixing, China. Types of Zisha Clay Tea Cups There are several varieties of Zisha clay throughout China. The most popular for teacup use is Zhu Ni (purplish color) and Duan Ni (yellow) materials.  Some Hong Ni (Reddish) color selections are…
  • Wellness Packages

    Wellness Packages (5)

    Browse a variety of Wellness Packages that include introductions and discounts to Gourmet Tea, Qigong Subscriptions and Meditation Classes. All Wellness Packages include discounts to our flagship Tea Variety Pack, which is a great starter kit for any tea enthusiast looking to expand their palate. We also include discounts on Aged Tea products as part of certain bundles. Other bundles…