Sleek motives over royal blue background make this Japanese Washi box an ideal choice to brighten your tea corner. Comes in our most popular volume!
Perhaps a flamboyant red Japanese Washi tin to preserve your precious tea leaves? This classic format is our most popular.
A charming piece with its flashy red print, this small Japanese Washi box allows you to carry your tea anywhere.
The Art of Tea is a Taiwanese publication containing in-depth discussion and articles from a selection of Asia's most respected tea experts. In this issue:
Created for Camellia Sinensis in Asia by bamboo craftsmen, this narrow tea tray is ideal for smaller spaces.
Much appreciated from daily consumers for its low caffeine levels and its generous flowery bouquet (lilac, freesia), this particular wulong easily steeps and resteeps as the day goes by.
Produced by the Morishita brothers at Isagawa tea farming cooperative in Shizuoka, it sets high the Japanese standards for highly drinkable, daily type green teas.
The rocky mountains where this Rooibos grows leave no traces in its light and refreshing brew. This version, embellished with pieces of grapefruit and lemongrass, is refreshing like a sunrise over the Cederberg mountains in South Africa.
It's liquor, brick-coloured and crystalline, reveals its mineral character with aromas of undergrowth and camphor resins. Marine (algae) and cereal (oats) nuances complement the aromatic profile of this silky, easy to drink, tea.
Tasting sets like this are used all over the world for comparative tasting. An equal dose of each tea, is infused in its infusion cup with the lid on and then decanted into the bowl. Tasted side by side, tea professionals will detect the subtle differences within the same family of tea.
This one is called "scent of honeyed orchid", and the infusion of its long twisted leaves deploys rich aromas of flowers and exotic fruits (litchi).