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  • Oolong Loose Leaf Tea

    Formosa Oolong Tea


    Loved for their refreshing flavor and fruity-sweet aroma, Oolong teas are gaining in popularity around the world. The Oolong tea leaf is produced in Taiwan where it is highly revered. In fact, Taiwan is the largest producer of oolong tea in the world and employs a very unique growing process. The tea leaves are intentionally bruised during growth in order to encourage the fermentation process which gives the tea its trademark flavors.

    Did you know that Oolong teas are actually a category of its own – not green tea or black tea? They fall somewhere in between as Oolong tea leaves are oxidized more that fresh green teas and less oxidized than malty black teas. Because they fall closer to green teas in taste and flavor, we categorize ours as an Oolong Green tea for convenience.

    If you love green teas, try our popular Formosa Oolong green tea. This loose leaf tea may just become your new favorite!

    REG/DECAF: Regular

    TYPE: Loose Leaf Tea

  • Sencha Green Loose Leaf Tea

    Japan Sencha Green Tea


    Japanese Sencha is a traditional green tea that is produced in several parts of Asia, including Japan. Although it took almost six centuries before green tea was fully accepted in Japan, Sencha green tea is now among one of the finest teas included in ceremonial tastings.

    This particular variety has not been fermented nor withered. Instead, the leaves are steamed to prevent fermentation. Once steeped, Japanese Sencha produces a greenish-yellow liquor with a mellow body and slight vegetal notes.

    We recommend brewing 4 teaspoons of Japanese Sencha in 1 3/4 cup of boiling water for 1-2 minutes.

    TYPE: Loose Leaf Tea

  • Jasmine Loose Leaf Tea

    Jasmine Green Tea


    Our Jasmine Green Tea with Flowers is a great green tea option if you like brewing both hot and iced teas. You’ll be captivated by the delicate floral flavor and refreshing taste. After harvesting, the green tea leaves are stored with freshly picked Jasmine flowers for four or more hours. The process is repeated four to seven times to provide the most fragrant tea leaves.

    Did you know that jasmine green tea is high in polyphenols that act as antioxidants in your body? Other Jasmine green tea benefits are said to include increased metabolism, reduced heart disease risk, and protection from tooth decay.

    REG/DECAF: Regular

    TYPE: Loose Leaf Tea

  • Gunpowder Loose Leaf Tea

    Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Green Tea


    Gunpowder green tea is perhaps one of the most popular green teas on the market! Beloved around the world, this premium loose leaf tea originates from the Zhejiang Province of China and comes from dark, tightly rolled tea leaves that resemble gun pellets (hence the name). We are sure you will enjoy the rich and clean refreshing taste of our popular gunpowder green tea.


    REG/DECAF: Regular

    TYPE: Loose Leaf Tea