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About Us

Since the 1950s, we have been committed to sourcing premium loose tea leaves from various continents, including France and Germany in Europe, Kenya in Africa, Japan and Taiwan in Asia.


With skills and experiences passed down through four generations of Hong Kongers, our mission is to provide our customers with not only a healthy lifestyle, but also a modern twist on traditional tea beverages.


We aim to help tea lovers from around the world discover their next cup of tea.

Tea Sachets

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Chinese Tea Gallery - FAQ

All great tea came from China? What choices do you have?

Tea is often associated with tradition due to China's longstanding history as a major exporter in the industry. However, this doesn't mean that other tea-producing countries aren't popular. Japan, for example, is renowned for its expertise in green tea.


🎎  Japanese style of tea-making emphasizes steaming, rolling, and drying, which helps to enhance the tea's aroma while decreasing caffeine and boosting its health benefits.



One of our popular green teas is sourced from Shizuoka, Japan: Hojicha. This tea is made by roasting Sencha at a high temperature, which changes the tea leaves from green to dark brown and gives the tea a smoky, caramelized flavour. 



🐲 Traditional Chinese tea making often requires the above several processes: Withering, oxidation, fermentation, rolling, drying, shaping, ageing to extract the taste of tea leaves.



Dragon Well, a popular Chinese green tea, only undergo three of these processes, and exudes freshness, sweetness, and a chestnut aroma.



❤️ Taiwan is known for its Oolong tea, and has made a significant investment in "Tea Research and Extension" centre located in Taiwan, where scientist & tea experts are dedicated to agriculture and experiment new types of tea.



As such, Taiwan has at least 13 different types of Oolong tea, such as Number Twelve and Four Seasons. 



🚜 In Kenya, black tea, breakfast tea, and Earl Grey are the primary focuses. Most of the tea in Kenya is hand-harvested due to the area's high rainfall and sufficient sunshine. The CTC method is often used to crush, tear, destroy, and oxidize tea leaves, which can impact quality and price.



🗾Japanese tea recommendation:

Matcha Genmaicha: a rare tea in Hong Kong that has a refreshing Matcha flavour on the first brew and a delicious nutty and toasty aroma on the second.



Shizuoka Hojicha: a great option with its roasted Sencha leaves that turn dark brown and create a round, sweet taste as the water content decreases and the shelf life increases.


I am stressed out. Which tea can give me peace of mind? 

Here are some popular teas among ladies that are fragrant and pleasant, and recommended for entry-level tea lovers who want to relieve stress, anxiety, and relax.


🌺 Camellia Oolong has a natural and tranquil scent. There is a subtle floral aroma upon first sip, and when paired with oolong tea, it creates a refreshing taste and sweet aroma.



🍍 Pineapple Oolong: has rich and fruity with a distinct pineapple fragrance upon the first sip. When mixed with oolong tea, it maintains the fresh and sweet fruity taste of pineapple.



💎 Lychee Oolong has a refreshing fruity taste, and the oolong tea fragrance becomes long-lasting, together with a fruity lychee aftertaste.



🍇 Raisin Oolong has a strong oolong flavour and distinct layers. The fresh and fruity aroma is slowly released at the end, enriching the fruit tea with a grape flavour.



🍑 Peach Oolong has a sweet white peach flavour paired with a delicate oolong flavour. It is a well-known drink that can be enjoyed all year round.



Popular Choice: Lychee Rose, Osmanthus Oolong, Peach Oolong, Jasmine Tea, Chrysanthemum Pu’Er, Peppermint Green.  


Gifts for her/him?

If you're someone who loves self-care and wants to nourish your mind and body, or if you're looking for a customized gift, our tea shop recommends two options: the "Tea-riffic Gift" with loose leaf tea and the "Intellectual Series" with tea sachets.


🎀 Tea-riffic Gift: This gift is tailor-made just for you! If you're looking for creative and diverse tea options, this is the perfect choice.



The gift mainly includes loose tea leaves, and you can choose four types of tea tins from twenty options.



We'll also include a bilingual tea brewing card inside the gift, so the recipient doesn't have to worry about the best brewing method.




💝 Intellectual Series: This gift is divided into two themes: "Classic & Timeless Aroma" and "A Modern Twist Aroma", both of which come with tea sachets.



Classic & Timeless Aroma features tea leaves with a strong tea flavour to bring out a sense of eternity, while A Modern Twist Aroma is mixed with floral or fruity flavours to elevate it to another level.



This gift is perfect for people who have a daily routine of working in the office, workaholics, or those who want to enjoy tea in their daily life instead of coffee all the time. The beautifully designed packaging also makes it a great gift option.



Popular Choice: Tea-riffic Gift, Intellectual series 

Co-brand & Media Tea Pairing

Our online tea shop's products have received positive feedback from various restaurants, shops, and magazines.



If you know someone who grew up in Hong Kong and enjoys traditional dim sum restaurants, they may have tried our Pu'Er, Jasmine, White Peony, and other tea collections.



Our Peach Oolong and Lemongrass Green tea were previously chosen for a co-brand campaign, while our Honey Black tea was paired with mooncakes during our Lunar month campaign.



The Lychee Rose tea has gained a great reputation among our restaurant partners and has been featured in media magazines.



We also have shops interested in trying our Japanese tea, particularly our Shizuoka Hojicha, which is a great choice for those looking for a tea with low caffeine that won't upset their stomach. In Japan, it is tradition for children and elders to sip a cup of Hojicha after dinner.



Popular Choice: Golden Buckwheat, Chrysanthemum, Rooibos, Snow Daisy, Paris Roselle, Blueberry Fruit Tea. 

Address: Room A, 6/F, Yam Hop Hing Industrial Building, 40 - 44 Kwai Wing Rd, Kwai Chung