Indian plantations

India is one of the largest producers and consumers of tea. Our tea comes from Assam, which is located in northern India and is the largest tea area in the world.

Ceylon plantations

Ceylon ( the old name for Sri Lanka) is the fourth largest producer of tea in the world. The climatic conditions are suitable for growing high-quality tea plantations . Ceylon is famous for its black, white and green teas.

African plantations

Africa is the home of Rooibos. For lovers of tea from ” African red bush ” we have chosen only the finest blends. Rooibos makes fresh beverage with a sweet and mild flavor.

China plantations

China is accepted to be the home of the teas. Because the benefits of tea infusion of leaves is written evidence of 5,000 years ago. Our tea blends come from the Chinese province of Yunnan, located in southwestern China.

Panama plantations

We’ve picked the best Ginger Cascara from Panama – tea made of dried coffee peels.

Japanese plantations

Japan is known for the production of green tea, which is prepared by rapidly drying the leaves without undergoing fermentation. Sencha is one of the most popular types of Japanese green tea. Currently Sencha represents about 80 percent of tea production in Japan. Our Genmaycha Musashi and Bancha Arashiyama are examples of high-quality Japanese teas.