Each tea serving is brewed right before your eyes. We make sure to use the freshest ingredients daily, giving you a different taste. The sweetness is not too sweet, but just right. Our classic tea desserts are produced using a method passed on for hundreds of years. We re-identify the tea element to the modern way

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Jasmine Silver Needle (White Tea)

Jasmine Silver Needle white tea have exquisitely beautiful jasmine fragrance and a stunning champagne hue. The flavour of this loose-leaf jasmine tea is complex and mild, with sweet and floral undertones.

After harvest, the tea buds are mixed with fresh Jasmine flowers and left to dry as the fragrance and flavour of the beautiful flower seeps into the tea buds. This delicate and natural process creates an outstanding loose-leaf tea which imparts a stunning aroma and a complex yet mild flavour.
White tea is a pure rare tea, best harvested during springtime in the lush fields of Fujian, China. It derives from the same leaves used in most black and green teas, Camellia Sinensis, however, only the finest spring buds are collected and used for this intricate process. Once picked, they are carefully withered and dried under natural sunlight. The leaves grow little white hairs, which reflects the tea's name.

Snow Jasmine (Green Tea)

Snow Jasmine was named for the pale white down that coats the leaves, resembling fresh snowfall. The base green tea is Gan Lu, or sweet dew, from Mengding Shan in Sichuan. Young leaf buds were hands picked in early spring, pan roasted, finished, and stored until summer jasmine season.

Scenting was done in small batches. An initial low temperature baking dried the tea, and a fresh layer of jasmine flowers are scattered over the leaves. The dry tea absorbs the residual moisture and aromatic oils from the flowers overnight. The flowers are fanned off the next morning, and the tea is baked again to ready it for more scenting. In total, Snow Jasmine received 6 rounds of jasmine scenting.
The result is a sweet and intensely aromatic tea with wispy leaves. When steeped, they unravel to reveal delicate young leaf buds and an intoxicating bouquet of sweet nectar, lily and of course, jasmine
White tea is a pure rare tea, best harvested during springtime in the lush fields of Fujian, China. It derives from the same leaves used in most black and green teas, Camellia Sinensis, however, only the finest spring buds are collected and used for this intricate process. Once picked, they are carefully withered and dried under natural sunlight. The leaves grow little white hairs, which reflects the tea's name.