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Butterfly Jasmine Tea Loose Leaf

from $ 34.70

  Highlights The beautiful tea hails from Fuding of Fujian province. The leaves are hand plucked, then hand rolled and tied after processing, and scented many times with Jasmine, resulting in an intense and delightful aroma. Unlike some lower quality jasmine teas...


Premium Fuding Jasmine Loose Leaf Tea

from $ 14.60

This premium jasmine tea is produced from fine tea buds and are scented five times during the scenting process, resulting in an intense and delightful aroma. Unlike some lower quality jasmine teas where the jasmine aroma trumps the tea flavor, its intense aroma is...


Award-Winning King Jasmine Fuding Loose Leaf Green Tea

$ 20.60 - Sold Out

This king grade jasmine tea is produced from fine tea buds and are scented five times during the scenting process, resulting in an intense and delightful aroma. Unlike some lower quality jasmine teas where the jasmine aroma trumps the tea flavor, its intense aroma is...


Why Jasmine Tea is Perfect for Relaxation

For the health-conscious consumer, opening oneself up to the world of tea proves to be an excellent decision. Whether or not one puts faith into the many positive studies on the health benefits of the chemicals in tea, the beverage...


What Goes Into a Good Jasmine Tea?

It isn’t easy to find a good Jasmine tea.   As a tea buyer, we have to think about the base for the tea, the quality of the flowers, and the processing method used. It would probably be easiest to travel...


MeiMei Fine Teas is Awarded a Silver Medal in 2018 Global Tea Championship

Each year, the Global Tea Championship features a diverse and large number of entrants representing a handful of categories. This year’s tasting competition took place in Boulder, Colorado on March 24th. Over 147 teas were represented from seven different countries....


The World of Natural Flavored and Scented Teas

Last week, we looked at some of the problems with flavored teas in the tea market. Between questionable additives, use of inferior teas, unnatural or overpowering flavors, and inflated pricing, it can be difficult finding a good flavored tea.   ...


Celebrate Mother’s Day with the Right Cup of Tea

Mother’s Day is just around the corner (Sunday, May 13)! And so if you’re wondering how to celebrate the occasion, might we suggest that there’s nothing better than a good cup of tea and a lovely conversation? Here are a...


Green Tea Sampler

$ 22.00

Green Tea Sampler contains four Chinese green teas of 12 grams each. This set includes: Dragon Well - This is one of the most famous and most prized teas in China. This tea possesses four distinct characteristics of Dragon Well: a signature...


How to Make the Switch from Coffee to Tea

For many Americans, coffee is a part of one’s daily morning routine. Whether one opts for more fine control over the process by using the pourover method, finds comfort in the automated convenience of a pod system, or prefers to...


Flavored and Scented Teas - What You Need to Know

While many of us new to the world of tea often find ourselves first attracted to flavored tea, there is no denying that such teas can present a multitude of problems. Today, we’ll discuss some of those problems.     The...


Meng Ding Sweet Dew Green Tea (Gan Lu)

$ 79.00 $ 15.80 - Sold Out

Located in Sichuan province, covered with 90% forest, misty Meng Ding mountain, in Ming Shan county, Sichuan province, has a long history of producing the finest teas in China. It was a tribute tea in the Tang dynasty. It is...


The First Thing to do with Your Loose Leaf Tea

If it’s your first time purchasing loose leaf tea, things can seem a little overwhelming once you have the leaves at home for yourself. Many of us were raised on the convenience of tea bags, instructed to boil some water...


Fuding Silver Needles White Tea Bai Hao Yin Zhen 2017 Super Grade

$ 46.80 - Sold Out

This is the highest grade white tea from its true origin, Fuding county, Fujian province. Fuding is the oldest and original areas for cultivation and production of white tea. Its early production dates back to the early nineteenth century, and since the cultivation of Da...


Chinese New Year Celebration, What Is the Tradition?

    It is the Year of Monkey! Kong Hei Fa Cai!  Chinese Lunar New Year, also called Spring Festival or interchangeably called Guo Nican (New Year’s Celebration), is the single most important holiday in China, a week-long official holiday. It is also...


Caffeine Levels in Tea

Have you ever wondered about the caffeine content in your cup of tea? There’s a lot of misinformation out there regarding the relationship between you, your tea, and caffeine, and today’s post will attempt to clarify some of that, dispelling...