Selection of Organic Teas by JING
Organic is a way of growing tea, and so here you’ll find our range of organic green tea – including organic matcha green tea - organic white tea, organic English breakfast tea, organic black tea and more across all the tea types. Organic tea could be considered a more natural tea – that’s because organic farming does not use anything artificial in the growing of plants. Instead organic tea producers will work with their land and with nature’s resources to naturally coax growth and flavour from their tea plants. Our range of organic teas offers the purest taste experience – drinking organic loose leaf tea closest you can get to tasting the garden or place where a tea comes from. Organic tea bags can be good if you’re travelling or you need convenience, but organic loose leaf tea will always give you the best tea experience.
Organic Tea Benefits: What is it good for?
We’ve explored the benefits of organic tea on our Journal: Everyone Wins When You Buy Organic. In summary, your tea will taste better, it will be healthier for you and it is better for tea producers and their families. The Chen family, who make our Ali Shan, which is a type of Oolong Tea are pioneers of organic tea in Taiwan, and here they tell their story – what’s been good for them from switching their garden to organic tea. Yong Luo, who makes Phoenix Honey Orchid tea talks about the incredible impact it has on the taste here too. If you want to know more about the benefits of organic tea, read our complete guide to organic tea here.