- Flowering Tea Loose Leaf Starter Kit - Green Tea£42.00
- Green Tea Organic Matcha Ceremonial Grade Umami, Cream, Cut Grass From Kirishima Chuou Garden, Kagoshima, Japan£28.00
- Green Tea Organic Sencha Dashi, Sweetcorn, Sea Salt From Marusen Isagawa Cooperative, Shizuoka, Japan£17.0050g
- Green Tea Jade Sword™ Green Tea, Tea Bags Floral, Edamame, Cut Grass From Baotian Garden, Hunan, China£20.50
- Green Tea Organic Genmaicha Popcorn, Sesame, Steamed Greens From Marusen Isagawa Cooperative, Shizuoka, Japan£13.00100g
- Green Tea Jasmine Pearls Tea Caddy Jasmine, Grass, Sap From Yunnan, China£25.50
- Green Tea Organic Dragon Well (Longjing) Hazelnut, Grass, Cream From Luocun Garden, Zhejiang, China£17.0050g
- Green Tea Jade Sword™ Organic Green Tea Floral, Edamame, Cut Grass From Liwu Garden, Zhejiang China£13.00100g
- Green Tea Jasmine Pearls Jasmine, Grass, Sap From Dixu Garden, Yunnan, ChinaOut of stock
- Green Tea Yellow Mountain Peak Orchid, Cut Grass, Milk From Wulong Garden, Anhui, China£36.0050g
- Green Tea Organic Jade Sword™ Green Tea, Tea Caddy Floral, Edamame, Cut Grass From Hunan, China£15.00
- Green Tea Anji Green Spring Flowers, Blackcurrant, Cream From Huangliyang Garden, Zhejiang, China£51.5050g
- Green Tea Organic Dragon Well Supreme (Hangzhou Long... Chestnut, Lime Leaf, Cream From Yong'an Garden, Hangzhou, China£36.0050g
- Green Tea Sencha Reiwa Dashi, Sweetcorn, Sea Salt From Ishiyama's Garden, Shizuoka, Japan£51.5050g
- Green Tea Organic Hojicha Dark Caramel, Soy Sauce, Toasted Sesame From Yamaguchi, Ijichi & Kumada Gardens in Kagoshima, Japan£14.00100g
- Green Tea Sichuan Dew Fresh, Sappy, Vegetal From Jiazhu Garden, Sichuan, China£15.0050g
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.