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The city of bao loc is located in the lam dong province in the highlands of southern Vietnam. In its surroundings excellent green ...oolong varieties are produced using ancient Taiwanese methods. The freshly picked tea leaves are first laid out on cloth to be dried in the sun under the open sky. Then, they are rolled in cylindrical bamboo baskets till they get crushed which starts the fermenting. After reaching the desired level of fermentation, the tea is dried using low temperatures. The glowing green cup has a flowery scent and caresses everyone?s taste buds with its flowery, sweet flavor. read more

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A beautiful creation which will enchant every oolong lover. In the orient, the name Shalimar stands for immeasurable wealth and un...limited power. The name best describes the flair of the lovely, soft, flowery half-fermented tea with the long, slightly curled leaf, flavored with fruity, fresh passion fruit. This wonderful flavor finds its counterpart in the decoration of red aronia berries, bright mango cubes and dark red rose petals whose fragrance lights up oriental nights. read more

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Exceptional green oolong teas which match or even excel high quality green Formosa jade oolongs, have been produced for over 50 ye...ars now in the north of Thailand at the foot of the mountain ?doi phayapai?. The basis for these are imported tea plants from the Taiwanese highlands, coupled with the extensive know-how of Taiwanese tea makers who chaperon the cultivation and make continuous improvements. Here, we have selected a quality, which enthuses with its dark green, finely rolled leaf. read more

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In china, this tea is very popular and its tradition is very old. This tea has influenced the European tea lover?s idea of green t...ea. Chun mee means "precious brow", for the leaf reminds of the eyebrow form of classical Chinese beauties. The tea has a very typical taste with a tangy aroma accompanied by a slight sweetness. It is grown in southeastern china near the river Yangtze. If you find this tea too strong, you may pour away the first brew and enjoy the second, milder brew afterwards. read more

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The eastern province of Zhejiang is famous for Lung Ching tea, which has been grown at the western lake Xihu near the city of Lonj...ing ever since the time of the Tang dynasty. Also known as the "Dragon Fountain Tea" following a legend about a rain-bringing dragon, it was awarded the highest possible title: "Tea of the Emperor". Its taste gives you an idea why. It is light, a little sweet and fruity without losing the classical green tea character, with a really royal temple. The top quality is carefully dried by hand in pans after wilting and thus receives a flat, emerald-green leaf. Now also available from controlled organic cultivation. read more

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The tea plantation Makaibari was founded in 1859 and today belongs to the oldest tea plantation in Darjeeling. This garden is reno...wned for having been first garden worldwide to consistently practice bio-dynamic cultivation. The traditional knowledge of Ayurveda is combined with the ideas and practices of bio-dynamic cultivation methods. Our top-class Second Flush Darjeeling is characterized by its dark, golden-brown, typical Sinesis leaf with many silvery tips. The red and golden cup color and the bright green infusion develop a full, soft and aromatic taste. read more

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Don't you just love golden strawberries? We do, and this is an organic blend golden in taste. Eye catching in both looks and taste... it convinces all green tea lovers of its strength and will surely brighten your day. read more

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Today, it is very difficult to detect the differences between organically and conventionally produced teas. This is no different w...hen it comes to Yunnan specialty teas from highland region of the same name. Our top quality presents itself with large, golden-brown leaf with fair amount of golden tips and a dark, copper-brown infusion with a well-balanced taste with slightly sweet, spicy notes and a soft, slightly smoky finish. read more

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Say goodbye to your standard chocolate mints. This Rooibos tea blend will become your new chocolate addiction. Deliciously rich an...d creamy chocolate combined with the fresh and tempting flavor of mint cream with some hints of vanilla and a fruity touch of sweet coconut - a blend to yearn for, not only during the cold winter season. read more

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Located in southwestern china, Yunnan is the home of this exceptional black tea. This tea is plucked only between the end of march... and mid-April, depending on the weather, and produced according to a special method. This tea is cultivated at altitudes ranging between 1,800 and 2,100 m, in an area with a cool climate and natural woodland. The big, finely worked, tobacco-like leaf with many golden tips yields a copper-colored cup and a strong, spicy, malty flavor combined with the typically soft, earthy Yunnan character. read more

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Today, it is very difficult to detect the differences between organically and conventionally produced teas. This is no different w...hen it comes to Yunnan specialty teas from highland region of the same name. Our top quality presents itself with large, golden-brown leaf with fair amount of golden tips and a dark, copper-brown infusion with a well-balanced taste with slightly sweet, spicy notes and a soft, slightly smoky finish. read more

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This green tea quality is largely composed by leaf stalks, the so-called ?kuki?, which are obtained during the production of sench...a or bench. It is, therefore, nearly free of caffeine, but rich in trace elements. read more

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In China, this tea is very popular and its tradition is very old. This tea has influenced the European tea lover?s idea of green t...ea. Chun Mee means 'precious brow?, for the leaf reminds of the eyebrow form of classical Chinese beauties. The tea has a very typical taste with a tangy aroma accompanied by a slight sweetness. It is grown in southeastern China near the river Yangtze. If you find this tea too strong, you may pour away the first brew and enjoy the second, milder brew afterwards. read more

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Select broken teas from asam and Sumatra from the base of our breakfast composition of controlled organic cultivation. It's equall...y powerful and aromatic and shows a dark, copper-brown cup with a full, spicy bouquet. A very high-yielding tea blend which can surely compete with some of East Frisian Blends. Milk or cream, as well as a couple of pieces of rock sugar are the perfect supplement for this blend. read more

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Like all tea rarities, the palace or ocean green needle is produced with utmost caution and care. Harvested in the province of Hub...ei in mid-April, only the finest leaves and buds are plucked, steamed, dried, sieved and re-selected again before packaging. Of particular importance are the differing temperatures used: as opposed to hot steam, the subsequent drying is rather moderate in temperature so as to conserve the nice color and taste of the tea. read more

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The eastern province of Zhejiang is famous for Lung Ching tea, which has been grown at the western lake Xihu near the city of Lonj...ing ever since the time of the Tang dynasty. Also known as the 'Dragon Fountain Tea? following a legend about a rain-bringing dragon, it was awarded the highest possible title: "Tea of the Emperor". Its taste gives you an idea why. It is light, a little sweet and fruity without losing the classical green tea character, with a really royal temple. The top quality is carefully dried by hand in pans after wilting and thus receives a flat, emerald-green leaf. Now also available from controlled organic cultivation. read more

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Probably one of the most unusual tea specialties in terms of production as well as character that is produced entirely by hand in ...the province of Fujian. Immediately after withering still moist leaves are heated shortly in milk water steam, which conserves the pretty, lightly olive-green leaf and cup color and invokes the distinct creamy scent and taste. Subsequently, the leaves are rolled manually and dried. An extremely mellow tea, which we are sure, will quickly win over many new lovers. read more

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Oolong is a specialty, which had originally been produced in the Taiwanese mountains. After plucking, the teas are prefermented by... approximately 50 % and then wilted in the sun. Frequent turning of the tea in bamboo baskets during the drying process allows the Oolong to develop a mild aroma and a large, wildly curled leaf. After steeping, the still green leaf center with the fermented leaf edges becomes clearly visible. read more

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The city of bao loc is located in the lam dong province in the highlands of Southern Vietnam. In its surroundings excellent green ...oolong varieties are produced using ancient Taiwanese methods. The freshly picked tea leaves are first laid out on cloth to be dried in the sun under the open sky. Then, they are rolled in cylindrical bamboo baskets till they get crushed which starts the fermenting. After reaching the desired level of fermentation, the tea is dried using low temperatures. The glowing green cup has a flowery scent and caresses everyone's taste buds with its flowery, sweet flavor. read more

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On the one hand, this exclusive, flavored oolong tea will strike you with the soft, spicy cup of the well-known Chinese oolong tea... and, on the other hand ,with the intense flowery soft note of the lotus oolong. This scented creation is rounded off pleasantly with the fresh flavors of ripe passion fruits and apples, and sweetly decorated with pink rosebuds and bright roman chamomile. read more

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Select broken teas from Assam and Sumatra from the base of our breakfast composition of controlled organic cultivation. It's equal...ly powerful and aromatic and shows a dark, copper-brown cup with a full, spicy bouquet. A very high-yielding tea blend which can surely compete with some of East Frisian Blends. Milk or cream, as well as a couple of pieces of rock sugar are the perfect supplement for this blend! read more

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This green tea quality is largely composed by leaf stalks, the so-called "Kuki", which are obtained during the production of Sench...a or Bancha. It is, therefore, nearly free of caffeine, but rich in trace elements. read more

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A low-priced Gunpowder is one of the most popular teas in China. However, this organic variety is largely exported as the world-wi...de demand significantly exceeds the domestic one. The typical Gunpowder form is created by wetting the leaves a few times during the short roasting period, which slows down the drying process and results in a curling of the leaves. The organic version, which is high in caffeine content can also be infused more than once which will reduce the slightly tangy character. read more

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One of the most classical black tea blends is now also available out of organic production. It is made from fine Assam and Uva lea...f teas plus a ?hint? of slightly smoky Yunnan. The impeccable combination of the coppery liquor, full-bodied flavor and rich aftertaste are very alike to the well-known East Frisian quality blends. Some milk or cream and sugar will round off the spicy taste. read more

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Just like rooibos, honey bush was discovered in south Africa in the 18th century. The honey bush shrub owes its name to its charac...teristic appearance. The blossoms are bright yellow and smell like honey, whereas the leaves are somewhat rougher than those of rooibos. The south Africans also call it "vegetable bush", due to its pod-shaped fruits and knobby roots. The wild growing plants thrive exclusively on small mountain ranges in the longkloof district. In the 1990s it was re-discovered and is cultivated today for commercial purposes in 35 different locations. The infusion tastes pleasantly sweet and aromatic. read more

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Fruity, fresh lemon grass and spicy ginger match perfectly and licorice contributes the extra touch of finesse. This herb tea is n...ot spicy, but is given a natural sweetness by the added licorice. This very attractive blend combines the Indian teachings and the European idea of wellness perfectly. Also an absolute delight served chilled. read more

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Today, it is very difficult to detect the differences between organically and conventionally produced teas. This is no different w...hen it comes to Yunnan specialty teas from highland region of the same name. Our top quality presents itself with large, golden-brown leaf with fair amount of golden tips and a dark, copper-brown infusion with a well-balanced taste with slightly sweet, spicy notes and a soft, slightly smoky finish. read more

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Yes. Finally an organic berry which can proudly show its face: this fruit creation with the finest ingredients from organic cultiv...ation and with the fresh taste of summer, thanks to natural flavors, really puts a smile on anyone?s face, not only the friends of organic produce. read more

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The country of origin of the rooibos is south Africa. Natives used rooibos to make a fruity, sweet tea long before Europeans did. ...The branches of the shrub were dried in the sun and then cut into small pieces. The tea was first exported to far away countries in the 19th century, and its export has been growing ever since. This resulted in a controlled cultivation of the once wild growing shrub. A high-quality rooibos tea can be identified by its ruby color and the soft, sweet, characteristic, aromatic taste. The leaf points out rather long needles. read more

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Just like Rooibos, honey bush was discovered in South Africa in the 18th century. The honey bush shrub owes its name to its charac...teristic appearance. The blossoms are bright yellow and smell like honey, whereas the leaves are somewhat rougher than those of Rooibos. The South Africans also call it "vegetable bush", due to its pod-shaped fruits and knobby roots. The wild growing plants thrive exclusively on small mountain ranges in the Longkloof District. In the 1990's it was re-discovered and is cultivated today for commercial purposes in 35 different locations. The infusion tastes pleasantly sweet and aromatic. read more

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Sencha is one of the best known green tea types - Originally consumed by Buddhist monks as a remedy and EU for spiritual composure..., it is today considered a source of inspiration and vitality. Sencha means steamed tea: Sen = steam, Cha = tea. Firstly, the tea leaves are folded lengthwise while drying on warm trays, and then they are heated in wood-fuelled pans in order to stop the fermentation. You will immediately recognize the long, well-worked, grass green leaves in this quality tea. After the infusion, the full leaf structure can be seen, and the cup has a bright yellow color. The fresh, grass?like flavor with a fine sweetness is a pleasure for every Sencha enthusiast! read more

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This organic Ceylon comes from the Bogawantalwa Valley in the Dimbula region in Western Sri Lanka. This fertile plantation, which ...is located at an altitude of between1,000 m and 1,300 m, is not only famous on account of its commitment to its workers, but, of course, also for its high-quality, organic black tea. The short, wiry, even dark to rusty brown leaves develop a bright copper-colored cup and a bright-red infusion. The bouquet will impress you with its full taste and a mild, spicy aroma which leaves a very rich after taste read more

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An organic Rooibos tea blend of the very special kind, the soft smoothness of the popular South African bush is perfectly matched ...by the juicy freshness of sun-ripened mango and sweet strawberry, with just the right amount of lemon grass for the perfect taste round-off. Optically, both fruits are glowing in unity with sunny marigold blossoms. read more

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Say goodbye to your standard chocolate mints. This rooibos tea blend will become your new chocolate addiction. Deliciously rich an...d creamy chocolate combined with the fresh and tempting flavor of mint cream with some hints of vanilla and a fruity touch of sweet coconut - a blend to yearn for, not only during the cold winter season. read more

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Just like rooibos, honey bush was discovered in south Africa in the 18th century. The honey bush shrub owes its name to its charac...teristic appearance. The blossoms are bright yellow and smell like honey, whereas the leaves are somewhat rougher than those of rooibos. The south Africans also call it "vegetable bush", due to its pod-shaped fruits and knobby roots. The wild growing plants thrive exclusively on small mountain ranges in the longkloof district. In the 1990s it was re-discovered and is cultivated today for commercial purposes in 35 different locations. The infusion tastes pleasantly sweet and aromatic. read more

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This small plantation in the UVA district was the world's first certified organic plantation to produce premium green tea qualitie...s. This estate ranks very high due to its finest organic green teas, which are sought-after by connoisseurs and enthusiasts around the world. Our tea shimmers in many nuances of green, with long, slightly needle-like leaves. After brewing, you will be impressed by the bright green, flowery, sweet infusion and the clearly visible leaf structures. The sweetish, fresh taste is reflected in the sunny yellow cup. read more

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This blend was originally created especially for the very soft Scottish water. The Scottish breakfast blend is a combination of sp...ecial, carefully selected organic broken teas from Assam, the African continent and northern Indian highland varieties. The tea enthusiast already knows that each single origin speaks for itself, but this combination truly unfolds an exceptional taste experience in the cup: very well balanced, freshly flowery and aromatic while still slightly malty and full-bodied. A very pleasant Scot, not only at the breakfast table. read more

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A delicate tea blend which remains true to its name. Like a refreshing dessert with a touch of something special. A very trendy fi...nale to the perfect dinner! An elegant decoration with fine marigold blossoms underlines this premium image. read more

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Vanilla is considered the queen of all spices. The Aztecs used to season their famous chocolate drink with vanilla. The vanilla po...d is the fruit of an orchid species which has its home in Mexico. The hand-pollinated blossoms produce ripe fruits after eight months, and are then treated in a complicated fermentation process. The pods change color and develop their full aroma. The exquisite, intense and very popular taste of vanilla harmonizes marvelously with our black tea blend. read more

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Our popular "flower tea" from china is now also available from controlled organic cultivation. With a lightly yellow cup and expre...ssive, typical jasmine scent and a light fruity-tangy note it is an ideal companion for each meal and a real thirst quencher. Depending on the quality of the water, the tea can be infused more than once. read more

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Many different, exquisite, dark red fruits and berries have been mixed with bright cornflowers and ennobled with pink freeze-dried... strawberries. Some apple and papaya pieces give a tender sweetness to the full, luxurious infusion. The smell of the fresh, exotic flavor reminds of ripe mangos, mellow peaches and other fruit treasures of mother nature. Due to intensity and strength, these flavors refresh with both, their smell and their taste. On hot days, this fruit tea is ideal as a cold drink or an ice tea. read more

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The principal growing regions in Yunnan are located at altitudes of 4,000 to 6,500 feet and have annual average temperatures of be...tween 54-73 degree F. Here, high-grade, black and green qualities are produced. The very high portion of large, golden leaf tips gives the full sweet, spicy taste and malty, soft aftertaste to the Yunnan Imperial. Our Yunnan Imperial is an excellent top quality tea. The large leaf is dark and green and contains many bronze-colored tips. The infusion is strong and dark. read more

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Only few desserts are as well-known as the sweet creme caramel dessert. Hardly anybody remembers how it was prepared at home and w...hat a wonderful smell it spread through the kitchen. It is a pity that this well known recipe with caramelized sugar, fresh eggs and a hint of real vanilla has been forgotten. Our tea creation comes up to the highest expectations with its tempting creamy caramel pieces and the sweet, full caramel flavor with an unforgettable vanilla note. read more

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Dark, luscious, summery blueberries meet the sunburst of ripe, juicy, golden mangoes. A combination with our mild, decaffeinated C...eylon base that is as distinguished as its royal blue cornflowers and kingly yellow mango cubes. A tea to be enjoyed long after sunset. read more

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A classical from the second plucking period from one of the top plantations of the region. For almost 100 years now, excellent tea...s have been produced here, just like our quality with its wiry, colorful leaf and the strong and spicy flavor with a rich malty character. A real delicacy, either drunk pure or with Kluntje (rock sugar) and cream, like in Eastern Frisia. Should definitely form part of any upscale tea assortment. read more

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ESP Emporium's exclusive gift package includes four air-tight tea tins in a gift box and the following orthodox black teas (100 gr...am of each): Darjeeling Himalayan Black Tea, Ceylon High grown OP Black Tea, China Black Gunpowder Black Tea, China Keemun OP Organic Black Tea blend. read more

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This blend of mellow sencha and spicy, green mate is a real surprise. Richly decorated, it captivates not only with its striking l...ook, but also develops a completely new and aromatic taste. The tempting aroma of black forest cherry cakes, refined with a little sweetness and attractively decorated, make this blend a much sought-after specialty. An exceptional creation which proves that tea always has something new to offer. read more

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Pu-Erh or Pu-er teas are teas whose leaves are re-hydrated after fermentation, to enable a further fermentation. They are called p...ost-fermented teas. After production, these teas are stored in cool cellars, or buried in the ground for one or more years. Our quality is the most popular and best sold worldwide. The dark to light brown Sinensis leaf develops a strong, spicy and earthy taste and depending on the brewing time an earthy and woody flavor. The infusion has a dark red color. read more

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The south sea-home of many exotic, shiny fruits and scents. This extraordinary composition captures the magic of the faraway, drea...mlike, sunny places of this world, which are the origin of our dreams. The blazing colors of the added blossoms and the sweet fruit pieces remind you of the colorful south, and the taste of refreshing mango, passion fruit and papaya is like a trip from our hectic day into warmer places. An irresistible experience. read more

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This extraordinary blend of black tea with a portion of green tea enjoys great popularity. This tea is not only strikingly decorat...ed, the selected ingredients unite to create a completely new taste experience: the sweet papaya interacts harmoniously with the fine tartness of the intensely red, shining rose hip peel. Lightly flavored with the full, fruity flavors of select, high-quality, exotic but also popular domestic fruits - a unique taste sensation. Simply magical. read more

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