Chrysanthemum Blossoms (rare)$38.00 – $74.00
These buds are not like others, a fine South Korean variety. You need only 2-3 buds to make a cup that re-steeps all day! A crisp, clean taste with a delicate hint of mint. In traditional eastern medicine this flower supports conditions of the head and throat.
Cucumber Mint Guayusa (organic)$10.00 – $81.00
This delicious tisane is like a spa treatment in your cup! This delicate herbal fusion intertwines sweet, cooling notes of spearmint and cucumber, inviting a refreshing lift to your day!
Dong Ding Ex. Spec. Premium Oolong$11.00 – $37.00
Infamous for its impressive character and refreshing infusion, Dong Ding is one of the most famous Taiwanese Oolongs. Dong Ding Oolong is partially oxidized (30-50%) and then heavily baked for an extended period of time. As a result, it has a darker color than some oolongs in its class, with a ripe, fruity flavour and aroma that has a long linger and full-body.
Himalayan Hand-rolled Tips (organic)$9.00 – $83.00Rated 5.00 out of 5
beTeas is proud to offer organic Himalayan Tips from the renowned Jun Chiyabari Estate in eastern Nepal. These elegantly curled tips are harvested in autumn and carefully hand rolled, which is extremely labour intensive. This stunning leaf, with its blend of black and green tips, provides a smooth, mild and slightly fruity infusion with flowery notes that is reminiscent of teas from nearby Darjeeling.
Himalayan Orange First Flush Premium (organic)$10.00 – $32.00
This 2017 first flush organic black tea, from the renowned Jun Chiyabari Estate in eastern Nepal, is a pure delight for anyone who deeply loves tea or those looking to expand their tea experience! Himalayan Orange is most similar to a highly graded Darjeeling SFGFOP1 yet with even higher quality due to this estate’s curly-twisted hand-rolled leaves. First flush tea leaves retain a slight greenish characteristic despite being a classified black tea, and are a rare treat for artisan tea connoisseurs.
Himalayan White Premium (organic)$18.00 – $64.00
New lot just arrived! White tea from the Jun Chiyabari Estate in eastern Nepal, is a rare treat, as only a limited amount is available each spring and small artisan tea shops like beTeas have to compete with the big guys to get it. We’ve been lucky enough to snag a couple of kilos of this exceptional leaf, so don’t miss out on this rare treat!
Mango Tango Black$8.00 – $61.00
This blend of crisp Ceylon black tea with dried mango pieces creates a light and fruity combination that will have you dancing in any season!
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Matcha Genmaicha Kuromame$9.00 – $35.00
Genmaicha is the Japanese name for green tea with roasted brown rice. This beautiful organic genmaicha blends roasted brown rice and popped rice with organic sencha, lending an oceanic green tea base a playful nutty and savory aroma and flavour.
Old Tea Tree Golden Needle (Yunnan Black Tea)$21.00 – $40.00
This exceptional black tea from Yunnan province is made exclusively of young downy buds or ‘golden tips’, and pan fired to perfection. Yunnan Golden Buds is also known as “Dian hong”, and is considered amoung the finest of black teas.
The golden buds produce a brew that is amber in colour with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. Soft and delicious with a smooth, malty taste, with notes of caramel and honey that leave a lingering sweet finish!
Red Heart Goddess (Premium Tieguanyin) (organic)$23.00 – $45.00
We’re delighted to offer this exceptional traditional “Iron Goddess of Mercy” oolong, grown from the region’s most desirable “red heart” cultivar. Unlike it’s newer tieguanyin counterparts, this traditional style tieguanyin boasts a ‘frog leg’ leaf shape rather than semi-balled, is longer oxidized and intentionally roasted unlike its newer style Goddess counterparts. The result is more intensely floral aromas and even slightly nutty experience. This oolong is exceptionally manufactured and can be enjoyed in many, short infusions, making it a beautiful value as well as the one of the best oolongs you’ll ever try.
Rest & Repair Tisane$9.00 – $52.00
A brilliant blend of calming herbs to ease stress from the body and nourish tissues. A delightful night time tisane to prepare for a good night’s rest and repair. Naturally caffeine-free.
Silver Needle/Bai Hao Yin Zhen Premium (organic)$10.00 – $34.00
If you love Silver Needle white tea, you will positively swoon over this premium grade Bai Hao Yin Zhen. One of the great teas of China, this exceptional white needle tea from Fujian province consists purely of succulent young buds. Steep many times! beTeas is proud to offer this direct-sourced tea by Camellia Sinensis.
White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) (organic)$11.00 – $55.00Rated 5.00 out of 5
White Peony (a.k.a. Bai Mu Dan or Pai Mu Tan) is a light, traditional white tea that consists of young leaves with silvery buds. This one is organically grown with a generous amount of buds which produces pronounced sweet, gentle notes with peachy undertones.
White Tangerine (organic)$7.00 – $10.00
White Peony (a.k.a. Bai Mu Dan or Pai Mu Tan) is a light, traditional white tea that consists of young leaves with silvery buds. This selection is embellished with citrus flavour lending a lively aroma and taste of tangerine dreams!
Zhang Lang Sheng Puer (raw)$32.00
This unfermented “sheng” or “raw” puer cake comes from the remote villages of Yunnan and is produced by the Bulang minority. Powerful, with strains of easy, sweet tangs, this puer is well enjoyed while still green, and is also great for aging (Summer 2014). A mild tea that grows a bit and develops with each infusion, it is one whose tones come with some powerful vegetal blasts of the famed soil of this remote region. Each cake weighs approximately 100g.