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Jesse Yonge


Japanese Green Tea

Japanese sencha uses normal tea leaves for mixing in hot water. Matcha is from the same leaves, ground for mixing to drink with the hot water, best as an au lait, giving a flavor of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Jasmine Green Tea

Jasmine blossoms and green tea leaves have a floral fragrant taste with the health and pick-me-up of green tea.

High Moutain Oolong

Grown above 1000 meters, high mountain oolong has a delecate and light flavor.
lightly fermented, lightly baked

Oriental Beauty

White-tip oolong, insect bitten, Oriental Beauty earned her name from Queen Victoria of Britain.
lightly fermented, lightly baked

Dong Ding Oolong

Mildly roasted, almost spinachy in flavor, dong ding oolong is rich and grown at lower altitude
of about 400 meters.
lightly fermented, heavily baked

Red Oolong

A lighter comparison of the oolong grown in the Darjeeling region of India, red oolong earns its name from the color of its aged leaves.
fermented long, lightly baked

Tie Guan Smoked Oolong

Made through a long, secret process called "Tie Guan", known only to few, this form of oolong is literally smoked over wood from a fruit tree called "longan".
fermented long, heavily baked

Oolong Lao Cha

Aged tea loses it’s bitter aftertaste after sitting for many years without being baked. This coveted wedding gift can age for decades.
fermented indefinitely, never baked

Taiwanese Red Tea

Taiwan’s popular tea was developed iin the mid 1900’s. Unlike many “black” teas, this red has a near ricy flavor, warming the body with the per fect pick-me up to finish the day.

Pu-erh Tea

Pu-erh is grown in the southern Yunnan region of China. Some of the trees are over 1,000 years old. Pu-erh is considered caffein-free, like herbal tea, and has more “spirit” than anything else. It has a wealthy, ancient flavor and calms the nerves.