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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>
  • Yunnan Golden Tips


    Golden tea buds from Yunnan Province, China, give off a dark-amber infusion with a rich, sweet aftertaste and a mild note of hot spices.

  • Yunnan Golden Silk


    High quality black from from the Chinese Yunnan province. The golden leaf buds smell of dried fruits, and the amber coloured tea infusion resembles the sweetnes of honey or maple sirup.

  • Xi Hu Long Jing 2020


    The highest quality Chinese green tea, so-called "Dragon Well" tea from the West Lake area of Zhejiang Province, one of the ten most famous Chinese teas. Only the youngest leaves  are used for its production. They are longitudinally compressed, light green.

    There are several legends about this tea. One of them tells about emperor's grandson, who arrived at the Hu Gong Temple and was offered this tea, He and
    the emperor were so delighted that 18 tea trees growing in front of the temple received imperial status. Tea is produced from these trees until today and the price per gram is higher than the price of gold!

    The infusion is golden with a nutty note. After brewing, the leaves regain their vigor, show their natural shape and color.

    3g / 150ml
    75-80 degrees C.
    1-2 min. (3 brews)

  • Tie Guan Yin Oolong


    Oolong from Taiwan with medium oxidation, dry leaves have the form of dark green balls, their aroma is mainly characterized by roasting notes. After brewing, they give an infusion of a floral aroma and taste with a clearly noticeable roasted note, this is a more traditional version of this popular oolong.

  • Tasting set - Nepal Jun...


    A tasting set of all 4 Nepal Jun Chiyabari teas available at our shop. The set contains 10g of each tea:

    Jun Chiyabari Himalayan Spring

    Jun Chiyabari Himalayan Shiiba

    - Jun Chiyabari Himalayan Evergreen

    Jun Chiyabari Himalayan Black

    An ideal way to know the unique taste of Nepalese tea and compare them all.

  • Shincha Sugimoto


    The youngest emerald leaves of highest quality and first harvest, in the shape of tiny needles, harvested in the family tea garden of the Sugimoto Family. After brewing they give off an infusion of a charming Spring-green color, an intensive fragrance and and a bewitching taste of umami.

  • Sejak Organic

    2 Review(s)

    Korean green tea. 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.

    • New

    Qing Xin Oolong


    It is a light high-mountain Gao Shan oolong harvested by hand in organic tea gardens in northern Fujian. Its name Qing Xin comes from the tea cultivar it was made from.

    It is a medium oxidized oolong. It has large dark curled leaves and a nice caramel smell. After brewing, it gives a light, golden yellow infusion and a floral aroma combined with a delicate hint of fruits and the sweetness of roasting.

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

  • Nepal Jun Chiyabari...

    2 Review(s)

    Tea from the leading Nepalese Jun Chiyabari garden, located 1650-2200 meters above sea level. A unique tea, it is an absolute best among all Nepalese teas that we could offer in our store. Its leaves are characterized by a slightly lower oxidization level than most black teas, which makes the infusion brighter, and its taste more delicate and flowery. It also has a distinct sweetness with muscatel tones. The tea wins its enthusiasts from the first tasting, with its one-of-a-kind flavor.

  • Nepal Jun Chiyabari...


    The unique tea that is difficult to classify, the process of its production has many of the techniques used in oolong tea. Its name refers to the village of Shiiba in the Japanese prefecture of Miyazaki, from where tea bushes found their way into the garden of Jun Chiyabari in Nepal.

    The aroma of dry leaves brings to mind warming spices, while the infusion itself pleasantly surprises with the combination of roasted grains and sweet fruit.

  • Nepal Jun Chiyabari...


    Lightly oxidized tea from the leading Nepalese garden of Jun Chiyabari. Top-quality, organically grown leaves growing in the crystal-clear environment of the high Himalayas, partly processed by hand, give an infusion of vegetable notes. This tea, however, is warmer and more mature in reception than it is usually the case with green teas.

  • Nepal Jun Chiyabari...

    1 Review(s)

    A black tea from the leading Nepalese Jun Chiyabari garden, located 1650-2200 meters above sea level. Characterized by numerous golden tips. The dark-amber infusion possesses a deep taste, appreciated by local black tea enthusiasts, with a distinct sweetness and a muscatel touch, making it an ideal accompaniment for desserts.

  • Lung Phin


    A Vietnamese green tea made from the leaves of aged (few hundred years old) tea trees. Cultivated in the Ha Giang Province of northern Vietnam, it has been manufactured by the Hmong ethnic minority for generations.

    Leaves growing on tea trees provide an infusion which is stronger and more mature than leaves from tea bushes.

    Characterized by a fresh, light and refreshing taste with no bitterness, excellent for hot days.

    90 st.C
    1-2 steeps

  • Lu Bao Shi 2020


    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.

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

  • Keemun Mao Feng 2020


    Keemun Mao Feng is one of the best Keemun tea sorts on the market. It is harvested in early spring and consists of a bud and two or three upper leaves sorted by hand.

    This tea is named after the area of Qimen in Anhui Province, a highly respected tea producing region in China. "Keemun" is the translation of Chinese Qimen into English invented during the colonial era. At that time Keemun also became the base ingredient of the English Breakfast blend.

    A properly brewed tea infusion has a clear, bright red color and has a unique slightly floral and slightly smoky, but very mild and smooth flavor with subtle fruity notes. Keemun tea can be brewed several times to bring out the full flavor of the leaves.

    5g / 150ml
    96 degrees C.
    2-3 minutes

    • New

    Himalayan Royal Handrolled

    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.
    3g / 150ml
    90 degrees C.
    2-3 min
  • Glass teapot with infuser


    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

  • Dong Ding Oolong


    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.

  • Clitoria Ternatea


    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.

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

  • BIO Japan Sencha Makinohara

    1 Review(s)

    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.