Green Tea Leaves

Our single garden green teas are crafted by masters in China and Japan, with generations of knowledge in producing the very best leaves. Green teas taste vegetal and fresh, with a natural spring-sweetness and a satisfying, silky texture.

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      NEW Sencha Reiwa Loose Tea 352
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      Green Tea NEW Sencha Reiwa Complex, Umami, Invigorating From Ishiyama's Garden, Shizuoka, Japan
      £44.0050g
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      Organic Dragon Well Supreme - Loose Leaf Tea 232
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      Green Tea NEW Organic Dragon Well Supreme (Hangzhou ... Floral, Nutty, Creamy From Yong'an Garden, Hangzhou, China
      £31.0050g
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      Organic Hojicha Loose Tea 232
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      Green Tea NEW Organic Hojicha Roasted, Sweet, Comforting From Yamaguchi, Ijichi & Kumada Gardens in Kagoshima, Japan
      £12.00100g
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      Baojing Gold Loose Tea 403
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      Green Tea NEW 2021 Baojing Gold Fresh, Sappy, Reviving From Ludong Garden, Hunan, China
      £44.0050g
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      Organic Matcha Ceremonial Grade 232
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      Green Tea Organic Matcha Ceremonial Grade Grassy, Creamy, Invigorating From Kirishima, Kagoshima, Japan
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    6. JING Tea Jasmine Pearls Loose Leaf Green Tea
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      Green Tea Jasmine Pearls Sweet, Floral, Enticing From Houping Garden, Fujian, China
      £11.0050g
    7. Jade Sword Teabags
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      Green Tea Jade Sword™ Green Tea, Tea Bags Grassy, Spring-Fresh, Reviving From Baotian Garden, Hunan, China
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      Organic Jade Sword Loose Tea 232
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      Green Tea Jade Sword™ Organic Green Tea Grassy, Spring-Fresh, Reviving From Baotian Garden, Hunan, China
      £11.00100g
    9. JING Tea Dragon Well Loose Leaf Green Tea
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      Green Tea Dragon Well (Longjing) Fresh, Velvety, Inspiring From Wangfu Garden, Zhejiang, China
      £14.5050g
    10. JING Tea Sencha Loose Leaf Green Tea
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      Green Tea Sencha Verdant, Smooth, Satisfying From Sasamodo Garden, Shizuoka, Japan
      £14.5050g
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      Green Tea Gyokuro Creamy, Vegetal, Satisfying From Asahina Valley, Shizuoka, Japan
      £31.0050g
    12. JING Tea Genmaicha Loose Leaf Green Tea
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      Green Tea Genmaicha Mellow, Toasted, Warming From Abe River Garden, Shizuoka, Japan
      £11.00100g
    13. JING Tea Sichuan Dew Loose Leaf Green Tea
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      Green Tea Sichuan Dew Thick, Vegetal, Refreshing From Jiazhu Garden, Sichuan, China
      £8.0050g
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      Green Tea Sencha Tea Bags Verdant, Smooth, Satisfying From Sasamodo Garden, Shizuoka, Japan
      £80.00
    15. JING Tea Jasmine Pearls Caddy Green Tea Packaging_Resized
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      Green Tea Jasmine Pearls Tea Caddy Sweet, Floral, Enticing From Fujian, China
      £22.00
    16. JING Tea Sencha Caddy Green Tea Packaging_Resized
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      Green Tea Sencha Tea Caddy Verdant, Smooth, Satisfying From Shizuoka, Japan
      £28.00
    17. JING Tea Dragon Well Caddy Green Tea Packaging_Resized
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      Green Tea Dragon Well (Longjing) Tea Caddy Fresh, Velvety, Inspiring From Zhejiang, China
      £16.00
    18. JING Tea Organic Jade Sword Caddy Green Tea Packaging_Resized
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      Green Tea Organic Jade Sword™ Green Tea, Tea Caddy Grassy, Spring-Fresh, Reviving From Hunan, China
      £13.00

    What is Green Tea?

    The first tea type to be commonly produced in China was green tea, for hundreds of years it was considered as a Chinese medicinal herb and drunk for its health benefits. Today, we define green tea as any tea that is unoxidized; crafted from freshly picked leaves, which are withered and then heated to stop the leaves from oxidising. This heating fixes the green colour in the leaves, while developing their flavour. In china they often heat their green tea leaves by frying them, sometimes in a wok, creating the sweet, refreshing flavour of teas like Dragon Well and Jade Sword™. While in Japan they tend to use hot steam, which gives green teas like Sencha and Gyokuro their characteristic umami and deep, grassy taste.



    Selection of Green Teas by JING

    Our selection of green teas are sourced directly from single garden producers in the mountains of China and Japan. From the finest hand-picked tea leaves, grown and processed with traditional techniques, we’ve curated a stunning variety and range of flavour for you to discover, even within this single tea type. Explore the origins of green tea in China with our nutty and floral Dragon Well Supreme, or experience the unique ritual of organic ceremonial Matcha for an authentic taste of umami-rich, Japanese green tea.