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31.00 (50 gr)
Bancha is called "everyday tea" and is traditionally enjoyed by the Japanese during meals. Big leaf tea is made from the lower leaves of the bush. An evenly processed leaf shows its true quality after infusion. The tea is rich in minerals and contains 70% less caffeine than other green teas. Bancha tincture has a mild taste and slightly herbal aroma.

Chun Mee

15.00 (50 gr)
The highest quality Chinese green tea with a light, slightly sweet aroma.


15.00 (50 gr)
A mixture of Japanese green tea Sencha, rice and pop corni gives the infusion a unique aroma. In Japan, it is known as "geisha's breakfast" because it helps to lose appetite.

Georgian Tea

7.00 (50 gr)
Georgian twisted green tea produced in the ecologically clean region of Guria. Made from hand-picked raw materials according to modern standards. Contains useful substances, regulates sugar level and blood pressure, cleans the body from slugs.

Green Tea (1 pc)

1.50 (1 pcs)
Green tea in silk pyramids. 3 gr

Green w Jasmine (1 pc)

1.50 (1 pcs)
Green tea with Jasmine  in silk pyramids. 3 gr

Gunpowder “Temple of Heaven”

15.00 (50 gr)
Small tightly rolled balls that open up when the tea is infused. Only 2 grams are needed to make one cup.  It is distinguished by its sharp taste, which is mainly drunk in the morning.

Jasmine Dragon Pearls

31.00 (50 gr)
One of the most expensive types of Chinese green tea. Young green leaves are hand-rolled into pearl-shaped balls. The infusion has a light jasmine aroma.

Jasmine OP

15.00 (50 gr)
Chinese green tea with jasmine from Yunnan province. It differs from other jasmine teas in the flavoring method. To make it, jasmine flowers are kept together with tea. The infusion has a dark yellowish color and a sharp taste.


31.00 (50 gr)
Japanese green tea with rice flour. It is characterized by a large amount of caffeine content and an invigorating effect. The tincture has a yellowish color and a sharp aroma.

Lung Ching

27.00 (50 gr)
Chinese green tea known as "tea of emperors". It is distinguished by a beautifully shaped and emerald-colored tea leaf. Tincture has a light sweet taste and unique aroma.

Matcha Ujicha (30 gr)

50.00 (50 gr)
Matcha tea is a powdered green tea that has been consumed in Japan for 900 years. Buddhist monks call it the elixir of life, and drink it before meditating. The tea from which matcha is made is harvested only once a year. The leaves grow in the shade, hidden from the sun, which significantly increases the content of chlorophyll and amino acids in tea. Matcha belongs to one of the most useful types of tea. Its composition includes vitamins and microelements, which increases immunity, improves brain activity, and slows down the aging process of the body. It is useful for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood, prevents the formation of stones in the kidney and gall bladder. Matcha tea is one of the most powerful antioxidants in nature. There are two methods of preparing matcha, strong and mild. To prepare strong matcha, you need a dry warming dish, 4 g of powder, 50 ml of water. Mix slowly with a special "whisk" so that the mixture is thick and viscous. To prepare light matcha, you need to put 2 g of powder in a warm dish and mix well with 200 ml of water. The infusion has a sharp bitter taste.