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Explore the terroirs of Mogok, Satemwa, Wang Family, Ceylon Artisanal, Kanchanjangha, and Wilder Land through our meticulously sourced loose leaf teas. From the misty mountains of Mogok to the lush fields of Kanchanjangha, each tea tells a unique story of craftsmanship and flavor. Immerse yourself in the world of exceptional loose leaf teas, crafted with passion and expertise by our esteemed tea farmers.

Mogok Tea

Mogok Tea

Mogok, a town 200km north of Mandalay in Myanmar, is best known for mining rubies and gemstones. Mining here has had a heavy impact on the environment in recent decades. Hidden in the mountains is the Five Trees Estate, named after the five ancient trees at the entrance.
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Satemwa

Satemwa

Tucked away in the Shire Highlands (Thyolo district) is the Satemwa Tea Estate. Upon entering the estate, you immediately find yourself in a fairytale landscape: unique views, rolling tea gardens and pristine mahogany forests. Here lies one of Malawi's oldest and most respected tea producers.
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Wang Family Tea

Wang Family Tea

Taiwan is not immediately known as a tea country. Yet here you will find a selection of the best and most unique Oolong teas. Wang Family Tea, based in Nantou County, has been producing tea for four generations. The youngest generation aims to make their tea available all over the world.
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Ceylon Artisanal Tea Association

Ceylon Artisanal Tea Association

Sri Lanka, country with a rich history of tea and known for some of the best teas in the world. Most of the production here is for the well-known tea bags. Worldwide, however, there is more and more demand for artisanal, hand-picked tea with a wide variety of flavours.
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Kanchanjangha Tea Estate

Kanchanjangha Tea Estate

Kanchanjangha Tea Estate is located at the foot of Mount Kanchenjunga in Nepal, the third highest mountain in the world. It borders the famous tea regions of Darjeeling (India) and Illam (Nepal). As a result, the village enjoys the best of both worlds as well as the pristine climatic conditions of the Himalayas.
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Wilder Land

Wilder Land

When we think of traditional tea,, we often think of countries like China and India. This is because there you will find an excellent climate for the tea plant. With herbal tea (or herbal infusions), the situation is completely different. You can simply grow most of these herbs in Belgium and the Netherlands.
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Chaen Morifuku

Chaen Morifuku

Nestled in the scenic countryside of Wazuka town, south of Kyoto prefecture, lies the remarkable tea estate of Chaen Morifuku. At a time when Japan’s tea industry faces unique challenges, Chaen Morifuku stands out as a beacon of innovation and passion.
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Give Back And Relax

With every cup you drink, you not only enjoy tea that tastes good, but also does good.
Much of our proceeds go back to tea farmers to support local projects.

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