Green Tea


What is green tea? Oxidation is the natural chemical process that occurs after vegetable matter is picked. The leaves begin to oxidize immediately after harvesting and to stop the oxidation process, green tea leaves are steamed or baked, thus retaining their green color. Green tea is one of the healthiest beverages you can drink and is very high in antioxidants.

Top mound picture of The Whistling Kettle Cloud and Mist fine green tea.

Cloud and Mist (Yun Wu)

Crisp with notes of nuts and fruit, this exquisite green tea is grown in the Lin'an region of Chi...

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Top mound picture of The Whistling Kettle Dragonwell Lung Ching green tea with long vibrant leaves.

Dragonwell Longjing

Prized for its unique sword-shaped leaves and jade green color, Dragonwell exhibits a fresh, clea...

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Top view of mound of Pinhead Gunpowder Tea

Pinhead Gunpowder

One of the oldest green tea varieties from China, Pinhead Gunpowder was originally called 'Zhu Ch...

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