GABA Nantou Tea
This QingXin Cultivar version of Gaba tea was made in the ball-shaped southern Taiwanese style. Upon steeping it, scents akin to brown sugar, Cantaloupe, and White Honeydew melon are immediately apparent. By way of the calming effects of gamma-Aminobutyric acid and the … Read More
GABA PingLin Tea
A relativiley new class of tea developed in Japan, the acronym GABA stands for, ‘gamma-Aminobutyric acid’. To make this style of tea, the freshly picked leaves are placed in a stainless steel cylinder, the oxygen is removed and replaced with … Read More
Glass Serving Pitcher
This attractive borosilicate Eilong glass serving pitcher is beautiful to look at and nicely weighted for smooth pouring. It is excellent for cooling freshly boiled water in before steeping your more delicate teas. Additionally, it makes a very good pitcher to … Read More
HongXin BaoZhong Tea
HongXin Cultivar — this wild grown tea, lends itself to BaoZhong processing extremely well. This elegant tea from WenShan is both subtle and complex. Despite emerald green leaves, it can withstand higher temperature steepings than one might expect. If you like off menu teas, this is a rare treat.