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English Tealeaves loose leaf teas are the best of the best from over 15 suppliers around the world plus our own blends.
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Green tea from the Darjeeling region of India Darjeeling Green

Darjeeling Green Tea

Price: $15.95
Dragon Well is a well known green tea from China and is grown organically Dragon's Well

Organic green tea

Price: $18.65
Formosa Oolong has a rich full flavor without the astringency of black teas Formosa Oolong

Partially oxidized oolong

Price: $17.75
Genmaicha is a green tea with roasted and popped rice Genmaicha

Green tea with rice

Price: $15.95
Gunpowder green tea has a natural mild smokiness and is from China. Gunpowder

Smoky green

Price: $15.95
Gyokuro is the best leaf tea from Japan and is a beautiful green infusion Gyokuro

High grade Japanese green

Price: $27.75
Japanese Sencha Shin Ryoku is a premium Sencha Japanese Ryoku

Premium sencha

Price: $21.75
High quality organic Japanese Sencha Japanese Sencha Organic

Organic Sencha

Price: $19.25
This is a greenish Oolong with a natural slight milky taste. Milky Oolong

Special milky taste oolong

Price: $22.75
Pouchong is from Taiwan and is a lightly oxidized greenish Oolong. Pouchong

Lightly oxidized oolong

Price: $20.25
Pu Erh Organic is a darkish Oolong that is aged to produce a stronger fuller flavor. Pu Erh Organic

Aged oolong tea

Price: $16.75
Red Robe Oolong is an artisan tea from the Wuyi Mountains in China. Red Robe

Special oolong from WuYi

Price: $20.95
Silver Needles (Yin Zhen) organic is the premium white tea that is just buds and is minimally processed. Silver Needles

White organic buds

Price: $28.75
White Peony (Pai Mu Dan) is a white organic tea from China. White Peony

White organic tea

Price: $20.25
High quality Green Tea from China Yellow Meadow

Delicate green

Price: $23.75
​Green Tea from  Zhejiang province, China Zhen Mei

Great sweeter starter green

Price: $15.95
Although green teas are usually associated with Asia (in particular China and Japan), there are places for high quality green tea all over the world.
Green tea retains it's color and flavor by stopping the oxidization thru direct application of high heat. Green tea leaves are created with either steam or by cooking the leaves in pans. Traditionally, the Japanese are known for steaming tea leaves to keep them green, while the Chinese are known for using the dry pan method.The goal is to seal in the flavors and colors of the tea as quickly as possible, within the first hours after the tea leaves are picked.