Aah stress, the word we use far too often in modern living. A little is ok and can be motivating but when it spirals out of control it can lead to a slippery path for health. All tea can be helpful (Theanine is a powerful de-stressor) but these brews are particularly effective at controlling those feeling overwhelmed by stress.
Organic Oolong processed in low oxygen to increase GABA to 200mg per 100g. Summer rain, apricot jam, wet wood and chestnut honey.
2010 Gong Ting Shu PuErh
Ultra-fine royal picking 2010 Bulang ripe PuErh. Milk biscuits, custard, palm sugar and pear drops.
Deep steamed sencha for a smoother and richer flavour. Artichokes, cherry shortbread, oat porridge and yuzu.
Ceremonial grade matcha sourced from Uji in Japan. Creamy avocado, walnuts and toasted porridge oats.
Anji Bai Cha
Top shelf grade. Pre Qing Ming picked Anji Green. Freshly mowed grass, asparagus umami, starfruit and green pumpkin seeds.
Specially processed Oolong for high Gaba (over 250mg per 100g). Roasted coconut and burnt pine depth with a rosehip acidity and lingering eucalyptus sweetness.
Jiao Gu Lan - Gynostemma pentaphyllum
A powerful immune boosting adaptogenic herb with a vast variety of reported health benefits. Licorice sweet and grassy.
Huang Ju Hua - Chrysanthemum morifolium
Cooling and calming tisane to drink by itself or blend with dark teas like PuErh. Sherbet sweets and floral meadow air.
Warming and soothing tisane with a gentle floral sweetness with a slight fenugreek spice.
Dark and smooth GABA tea. Deep roasted nuts, tarmac and coffee. Fleeting spices like black cardamom, antique wood and black liquorice.
Yesheng Kuding - Ligustrum robustum
A light and dancing flavour from fresh to slightly bitter then moving to floral sweetness. Traditionally used to calm, cool and relax.
Da Ye Kuding - Ilex kaushue
Very strong calming herb with a smoky aroma and powerful medicinal bitterness moving to sweetness.
Blended formulation of Chinese herbs to help unwind and calm stress. Drink regularly for sustained anti-stress benefits.
Jue Ming Zi - Semen Cassiae Torae
Traditional Chinese Medicine used cassia seeds to help in the elimination of heat in the liver. Said to soothe blood shot and/or sore inflammed eyes.
Top shelf, hand picked Gyokuro. Shade grown for over three weeks. Sweet taro, parsley stalks, peppery nettles and a rich creamy umami broth.
A blend of raw Chinese herbs to revitalise, cool excessive heat, calm impatience and reduce stress.
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A classic cup traditionally for Chaozhou style brewing but suits any tasting session.