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    <p style="margin-bottom:0cm;line-height:100%;">Some time ago we asked ourselves a very important question: what should our Tea House be?</p> <p style="margin-bottom:0cm;line-height:100%;">In the multitude of everyday responsibilities, we usually focus on meeting current tasks and it may happen that we lose sight of the goal we are striving for. <span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl">And our goal is to create a place dedicated to tea and its culture, a haven for tea lovers, which will bring them closer to masters, craftsmen, artists from countries where tea is grown and made. So that everyone has the opportunity to try tea not only as a daily drink, but also as an opportunity to meet people and the philosophy that shapes their lives, and whose main axis is the love for tea.<br /><br />That is why we created the category <strong>ONLY AT OUR SHOP,</strong> where you can find teas that are our joy and pride. In this category, we boast of treasures obtained solely through personal contacts with tea people - ranging from farmers, through masters of the tea art, to artists expressing themselves through tea and the culture associated with it. There are Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Nepalese </span><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl"><span class="tlid-translation translation" xml:lang="en" lang="en"><span title="">and Taiwanese</span></span> teas, we are constantly working on getting new pearls for our collection</span><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl"><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl">.<br /><br /><strong>T</strong></span></span><strong><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl">eas from the </span></strong><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl">ONLY AT OUR SHOP</span><strong><span xml:lang="pl-pl" lang="pl-pl"> category are really unique, not available anywhere else, made in limited quantities, sometimes not available in official circulation, but always unique, made by people with heart-kindness who put a lot of work into them. And we, joining them, can honestly recommend their works, which we drink with the greatest pleasure.</span></strong></p> <p></p>
  • Alishan Hong Cha

    PLN45.00

    Black tea (red tea, according to Chinese names) from Taiwan. Delicate and very aromatic. The leaves from the very beginning boast a beautiful appearance and sweet aroma.

    Both the smell of the leaves and the brew surprise with the taste of sweet, ripe fruit, honey and cocoa. Tea imported directly from the small family producers.

    Brew:
    5g / 150ml

    96 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    4-8 brews

  • Alishan Oolong

    PLN45.00

    Medium oxidized (25-35%) Taiwan Oolong with dark green leaves curled into balls. This variety is lightly "smoked" which gives it a pleasant, mature aroma. After brewing, rich notes of sweet fruit, flowers and cream are released. Heavily curled leaves develop gradually in subsequent matings. It can be said that this tea is very "patient" - repeatedly poured with water, it maintains the taste and aroma for a long time.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)

    PLN37.00

    Anxi Tie Guanyin Shu cha is produced for tea connoisseurs from the Chaoshan region, the craddle of modern gong fu cha. Exclusively imported for Herbaty Czas from Anxi, from the multigenerational farmers family Wang. This tea is mostly used at national institutions as a high quality gift for the people of special merit.

  • Anxi Tie Guanyin (Shu Cha)...

    PLN59.00

    Anxi Tie Guanyin as a gift (40g)

    Anxi Tie Guanyin Shu cha is produced for tea connoisseurs from the Chaoshan region, the craddle of modern gong fu cha. Exclusively imported for Herbaty Czas from Anxi, from the multigenerational farmers family Wang. This tea is mostly used at national institutions as a high quality gift for the people of special merit.

  • Bai Hao Oolong

    PLN45.00

    Highly oxidized oolong from Taiwan. Also called the "Oriental Beauty", it id made when insects of the jacobiasca formosana species feed on the leaves of tea bushes. Plants, wanting to defend themselves against them, give off more chemicals that result in the unique taste of this tea. Dry leaves smell intensively, reminiscent of the smell of oriental incense. The brew surprises with delicacy on one hand and a distinct spicy and honey flavor on the other hand.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Bao Loc Oolong

    PLN23.00

    It is a unique Vietnamese oolong from the Son La province growing at an altitude of 1250m above sea level. During the harvest, a leaf bud and three leaves are torn off. The twig is then carefully rolled into a small ball which slowly releases its aroma as it is brewed and provides the extraordinary spectacle of "waking up" of the leaves, the volume of which expands several times.

    The infusion is light, green-yellow in color and has a pear-floral flavor with a hint of roasting. It works well as a multi-brewing tea, also recommended for lovers of Taiwanese oolongs.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3-5 brews

  • BIO Japan Sencha Makinohara

    1 Review(s)
    PLN31.00

    Highest quality Japanese sencha from a limited 2018 Spring harvest, with an expressive taste and a sweet touch of umami. Prepared in a tiny garden in Makinohara by the Sugimoto family. Steamed in Tokyo way. Original packaging contains 100g of tea.

  • Clitoria Ternatea

    PLN10.20

    Have you ever seen or tried blue desserts in Asian cuisine?

    Clitoria Ternatea has been used for centuries in Asia as a coloring agent for food and cosmetics. It is also a medicine of Ayurvedic medicine. The infusion of Clitoria supports the nervous system, improves mood, fights against depression, improves memory and improves brain functions. The antibacterial, antipyretic, and analgesic effect of the Clitoria are also scientifically proven. It even inhibits hair graying and improves the functioning of the eyes.

    The infusion of Clitoria flowers has a blue tint, alkaline and herbal-sweet taste. After adding lemon juice, the infusion changes the taste and color to purple or even pink.

    Brew:
    5 flowers / 250ml
    96 degrees C.
    5-10 minutes

    • New

    Concubine Oolong

    PLN29.00

    It is an extremely interesting Vietnamese oolong available in the form of tightly rolled leaves (a bud plus two leaves), oxidized in 40-50%. This tea comes from the mountainous areas of the Son La province, from tea trees growing at an altitude of about 1250m above sea level.

    Concubine oolong is made by a small insect that feeds on the juice of young tea leaves. As a result, the leaf is "wounded" and the plant's immune response causes subtle changes in the leaf chemistry. The infusion of such leaves is honey yellow with a slightly toasted, woody aroma, a subtle honey flavor similar to the Chinese Oriental Beauty or the Taiwanese Honey Oolong.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-4 brews

  • Dong Ding Oolong

    PLN30.00

    Medium oxidized Oolong from Taiwan, with a classic, floral-milky flavour enriched with notes of bread crust, which is due to the process of delicate roasting. The leaves have the form of dark green balls, in dry form they are characterized primarily by roasting aromas. Only when brewed they gradually release the remaining aromas and flavour notes.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

  • Glass teapot with infuser

    PLN95.00

    A small glass teapot with a metal infuser and a lid. easy to use.

    The infuser has a handle and it can be easily removed from the teapot after the leaves are brewed. Perfect for making green tea.

    Capacity: 600ml

  • Himalayan Royal Handrolled

    PLN80.00
    It is a unique black tea from the Himalayan Jun Chiyabari gardens in Nepal. It is produced from the oldest Nepalese tea trees, which grew from grains that were received as a gift from the Chinese emperor to the Nepalese prime minister in 1861/3, as well as tea seeds  from Japan, Taiwan and China. In this small batch of several kilograms you can literally taste the real "Chi" (energy) of Nepalese tea.
    The taste has a delicate sweetness reminiscent of the taste of honey and floowers with hints of dark chocolate and the balanced bitterness typical for oxidized Himalayan teas. It is perfect for afternoon tea degustation.
    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    2-3 min
  • Honey Oolong

    PLN45.00

    t is one of the sweetest Taiwanese oolongs and requires attention to brew. The first infusion before the leaf "wakes up" is delicate, bright, with a fruity-honey aroma and nutty aftertaste, subsequent infusions with additional honey sweetness. As the flavor wears off, the smell continues.

    It is one of those teas that are made from leaves gnawed by micro insects similar to a grasshopper. When a plant is injured, it activates its immune system. The leaf chemistry reacts by secreting a sweet substance to heal the leaf. In places of the bite, a slight oxidation of the leaf begins. Ultimately, the degree of oxidation of this tea is slightly higher than in other Taiwanese oolongs, i.e. about 50%.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-5 brews

    • New

    Jasmine Vietnam

    PLN10.00

    Traditional Vietnamese green jasmine tea flavored by layering fresh jasmine flowers and harvested tea leaves. By aging the tea leaves in this way, they absorbed the aroma of the flowers, but eventually the flowers were separated from the final product.

    The aroma of the tea is delicate, the tea leaves are slightly darker than traditional green tea, the infusion is subtle, sweet and with a bit of bitterness, which the inhabitants of Vietnam definitely like.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    80 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-3 brews

  • Korea Balhyo Cha

    2 Review(s)
    PLN29.00

    Carefully selected tea for us by a Korean tea master, Ms Pak Seung-won. It is characterized by a delicate but significant, rich fruity and flowery taste. During the production the leaves are let to wilt naturally for at least 10 hours. When they become completely brown, they are dried and shaped. This is a unique Korean tea with highly oxidized leaves. It can be steeped at least four times using hot water.

    This year's Balhyo-cha was purchased directly from Kim family, the makers of this tea.

    Brew:
    5g / 150ml
    96 degrees C.

    1-3 min

    2-5 brews

  • Korea Sejak Premium

    PLN48.00

    Korean green tea carefully selected by the tea master Ms Pak. Sejak means tea from the second harvest. It is picked and processed entirely by hand. The unique flavour and aroma are a result of slight roasting of the leaves. The taste is full of mild nutty flavour mixed with freshness and sweetness which fills the mouth right after the first sip of tea.

    Brew:
    3g / 150 ml.
    80 degrees C.

    1-2 minutes
    2-3 brews

  • Korea Woojeon Royal

    1 Review(s)
    PLN89.00

    Korean green tea of the highest grade, from the first harvest, picked from tea bushes growing wildly in Jiri-san national park. Entirely hand picked and hand processed. Its taste is perfectly balanced with delicacy, sweetness, grassy and roasting notes which can be felt right from the first sip. Its uniqueness will appeal to all connoisseurs of best green tea, not only from Korea.

    Thanks to our friendship with the tea master, Ms Pak and the Kim family, who make this tea, we had a one of a kind opportunity to get it directly from Korea this year. Due to the limited amount we offer it in packages containing 10g, which will allow the preparation of a few extraordinary tea meetings.

    Brew:
    3g / 150 ml.

    80 degrees C.
    1-2 min

    2-3 brews

    • New

    Lazy Gaiwan

    PLN242.00

    Chinese porcelain tableware for 5-6 people for making tea using the gong fu cha method. The set includes: gaiwan with a metal strainer in the bottom and a stand, a "cup of justice" into which the brew is automatically poured, and 6 cups with a white interior, allowing you to admire the brew.

    It is an exceptionally easy-to-use yet creative teapot. In order for the infusion to flow into the "cup of justice" (almost without touching the vessel and without the risk of burns) it is enough to turn the gaiwan so that its handle is an extension of the funnel.

    Capacity: 200ml

  • Lishan Oolong

    PLN64.00

    Taiwan oolong tea grown at 1900m above sea level on the slopes of Mount Lishan, in a cold and humid environment, making the tea leaves soft and having an amazing fruity aroma and flavor. The leaves are curled into balls, which gradually straighten during brewing and give off slightly different aromas with subsequent brewing.

    The infusion is green-yellow, clean and light, with a slightly floral aroma and a sweet taste that lingers in the mouth for a long time with notes of apple and pear. It is called the best tea in the class of Taiwanese oolongs with a higher pectin content and a very low content of catechins that make the tea taste bitter.

    Brew:
    3g / 200ml
    90 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3-4 brews

  • Lu Bao Shi 2020

    PLN92.00

    This year's fresh green tea from the mountainous Chinese province of Guizhou with the perfect humid subtropical climate for tea production.

    Small spring tea leaves collected by hand are rolled into small balls so-called Chinese emeralds. During brewing, the leaves slowly develop, increase their volume, delight with their perfect shape and delicate greenery.

    This tea gives a bright yellow-green brew with a fresh, soft sweetness with a floral note.

    Preparation:
    3g / 150ml.
    80 degrees C.
    1-2 min (3 brews)