Explore our range of premium quality leaf tea.

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  • White Tea

    White teas are delicate, sweet and mellow and have almost no caffeine. These

    straw coloured liquors are the gem of the tea world and, understandably, are rapidly growing

    in popularity.

  • Green Tea

    These teas are very low in caffeine and give wonderful fresh, light and floral flavours and aromas.  We are very proud of our wide loose leaf tea offering and are confident that you will find something that is just right for you. 


    Our top recommendations in this category are:

    • Dragon Well
    • Dragon Phoenix Pearls
    • Morroccan Mint

    Listed prices are for 50 grams, for other amounts or to learn more please click on the tea.

  • Oolong Tea

    Oolong tea is a semi-oxidised tea. Oolong teas are planted at high altitudes, offer the most complex

    flavour of any tea and are a hit with first timers and connoisseurs alike.

  • Black Tea

    Black tea or ‘red’ as it’s known in China forms the basis of the traditional British cuppa. These loose leaf black tea leaves are fully oxidised and have a rich complex flavour.  

  • Fruit Tea

    Our fruit tea are made from real fruit to give you maximum taste.

  • Herbal tea

    Our selection of herbal teas.

  • Flowering Tea

    Premium Quality Hand-Tied Teas


    Flowering teas, also known as blooming teasperformance teasdisplay teas, among other names, are hand-sewed individual tea leaves uniquely shaped.  These amazing teas, developed in the tea gardens of Yunnan province in China, will delight your eyes and taste buds alike. 


    To make the finest hand-tied teas, exceptional tea leaves are specially selected, hand sewn with cotton and shaped into magical arrangement whilst still damp.  The whole process takes between one and ten minutes depending on the complexity of the tea flower.  

    The video above shows Chah's flowering tea.  Chah has selected the teas which it believes offer the most exciting visual and tasting experience. 

  • Matcha
    Matcha tea is ground, steamed shade grown tea leaves.  The preparation for making matcha starts weeks before the tea harvest. The tea leaves are covered to prevent direct sunlight reaching them.  This shading process turns the leaves darker and causes changes in the chemical composition of the leaves that results in the formation of amino acids and higher levels of caffeine than found in other teas.  These leaves are then dried, de-veined, de-stemmed and ground into matcha.
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