We have made a selection of our favorite teas from Japan to highlight their interpretations of nature’s nuances. Read more about it in our journal.
Read about the different parts of the world our tea comes from.
Discover our most extraordinary teas.
Our purple tea is the result of a special tea varietal developed and grown uniquely in Kenya. Learn what makes this health-boosting tea truly special.
Jasmine tea dates back to Song Dynasty China, making it not only the most popular floral-infused tea, but also the oldest. Read the full story of this intoxicating beauty.
Sen no Rikyu, a tea master in the 16th century, created a legacy that still lives on strong today in the tea rooms of Japan and in the hearts of its people.
Read about the traditional japanese hanami festival.
Happy year of the goat. Read about the new year’s picks from P & T.
Translating loosely as “making with effort,” the traditional Chinese gong fu method transforms tea preparation into a ritual.
An exhibition at Berlin’s Ceramics Museum presents more than just beautiful antique vases: it uses them to display flower arrangements in the Japanese ikebana style.
After plucking dewy tea leaves with one of our Taiwanese tea providers, Hilda got a crash course in how the best teas are made.