Tai Pei Hou Kuei is its Chinese name. Unique flattened long leaves (up to 2.50") will make a number of infusions. Pure green taste, never bitter. Admire the lovely leaves in the cup or pot. It was Chinese Premiere Dong Hsiao-Ping's favorite tea.
Jasmine scented tippy green tea leaves rolled into small pearl shapes. Lovely aroma and hearty taste. The fancy one in the Jasmine green tea group.
Internationally famous tea growing region. Known for its grassy undertone and long flat green leaves. The locally grown green tea made with the sweet well water from the legendary Dragon Well makes a heavenly cup of tea.
Small curly white/green leaves packed with deeper taste for tea drinkers with strong palate.
A small-leaf rolled Green Tea with slight smokey aroma and taste. The name comes from its appearance that the rolled leaves resemble the old musket gun powder.
Famous green tea throughout Chinese history. Also known as Melon Seed Green Tea for the shape of the leaves. Smooth gentle green tea without any sharp edge with a tinge of tea sweetness.