Teas of China
With a history of tea cultivation that dates back more than 2000 years, China produces the widest range of teas in the world. The tea plant Camellia Sinensis evolved in China, and from there was exported to Japan and later throughout Asia. Our range of China teas includes both green and black teas, some of which are delicately flavoured with flower petals, and of course several varieties of that famous scented tea, Earl Grey.
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