Organic black, green, oolong & white teas collated from across our catalogue.
A little about: Organic teas
Our organic tea comprises black teas such as Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri, Nepalese tea and Ceylon. We have organic green tea from China, Ceylon, Assam and Japan. Our organic oolong is from China and Nepal. All our teas are certified organic. Organic teas use no artificial fertilisers or pesticides in their production. Our teas are inspected according to EEC regulation 2092/91. Just follow the links below to the pages in which they appear in the catalogue.
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The Jamguri garden is located in the Golaghat District in the centre of Assam. This TGFOP1 grade organic tea has a good malty richness with a certain cocoa aroma without excessive body…
This organic second flush Assam has an abundance of tips producing a rich yet elegant tea. Produced by this small garden only in limited quantities Tonganagaon is a superb full bodied, malty tea with a tangy, spicy note. Brew for four minutes.
In addition to its typical Ceylon black teas the organic Idulgashena garden in the Uva region produces an increasing amount of green teas. They are full of flavour and will also appeal to green tea beginners. The wiry leaves produce a medium …
Our certified organic Ceylon is from the Uva region's Blackwood tea garden. The leaves have that classic long, black, wiry character producing a rich bronze coloured cup with good body and a distinctive light fragrance. Can be enjoyed with or without milk.
From China's Zhejiang province, this semi-fermented oolong is certified organic. Having long twisted leaf this is a full flavoured oolong with a lingering, faintly forresty taste, reminiscent of pine cones. It has a satisfying complexity in the cup.
This Darjeeling white tea uses all the best Chinese white tea making techniques applied to the Camellia sinensis leaf. This organic white tea from the famous Happy Valley garden is picked alongside the first flush teas on only a few mornings …
This first flush is produced at Monteviot, one of Darjeeling’s oldest tea gardens located in Kurseong south valley at an average altitude of 3600 feet. At around 220 acres the garden it is also one of Darjeeling’s smallest. The leaf is green …
An organic, fresh green looking tea with an equally fresh aroma with noticeable tip. In the cup Risheehat Green is aromatic, complexly foresty with Darjeeling muscatel character. It has well balanced astringency. Brew for three minutes.
Risheehat has a greenish and tippy appearance. This organic 2nd flush produces a pale fragrant liquor with a light floral nose and a smooth buttery taste. A top Darjeeling. Infuse for three minutes.
This large leaf, tippy, organic Darjeeling has a distinctly rich aroma with a little sweetness. Singell therefore has all the characteristics of a really good Darjeeling, having muscatel character with notes of honey and clover. It has sufficient …
Darjeeling tea lends itself well to the oolong process of semi-oxidation. It creates a character beautifully complementary to the muscatel taste of Darjeeling. It is a fragrant tea that has a little more complexity than you would expect with black …
This organic tea from the Uji region is one of the most celebrated teas from Japan. Jade Dew is grown in the shade for about twenty days from the beginning of May until harvest. This makes it smooth and sweetish with very low tanin but a …
This superior emerald green steamed tea is from the Uchiyama region of Japan and is an early spring picking. It produces a sparkling golden infusion with a smooth, appetising grassiness and a flowery aroma. Infuse 3 grams per person for …
This is a sencha style, second flush tea picked in June. It has a long, dark green leaf which is steamed and pressed flat. In the cup it produces a strikingly gorgeous, emerald green infusion which is fresh and bright on the palate with a lovely …
Nepalese Kathmandu organic has a strength and slight sweetness that is ideal for an afternoon tea. Lovely tippy leaf has the aroma of a Himalayan meadow and produces a smooth, well flavoured cup with a character between that of a …
A rare, organic, large leaf Nilgiri that is not easily found. In fact Thiashola is the oldest of Nilgiri’s tea gardens having been established in 1859. It was certified organic in 2003. The leaf has a reddy hue. The liquor is classically light, with a …
Huoshan Huangya ‘Yellow Sprouting’ tea is a famous (Tribute) tea from Huoshan county in Anhui Province and dates from the Ming dynasty. Yellow tea is known as fresh or spring tea and is a good example of the skill of Chinese tea making.