Teas (Camellia Sinensis)

Choosing the Right Tea (Camellia sinensis) – Choosing among the typical tea types for yourself or someone else is not exactly easy. That is probably why the expression of “not my cup of tea” exists. We have a solution for this common problem. We have created an illustrative infographic, comparing the most common caffeinated teas (Camellia sinensis) from various aspects: processing, taste, caffeine content, ease on the stomach, etc.

Tea Chart

The tea comparison chart can be downloaded for your reference or for sharing with your friends and family. We hope you find it helpful and informative.

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  1. Mini Tins: Oolong Tea
  2. Mini Tins: Snow Chrysanthemum
    Mini Tins: Snow Chrysanthemum
    • Rare and extraordinarily precious – considered a treasure in Asia
    • Our Snow Chrysanthemum grows wild near the snowline of Kunlun Mountain, a remote branch of the Himalayas
    • Gently dried tiny yellow & red blossoms
    • Extremely beneficial for blood balance
    • Cleansing, protective and cooling
    • Benefits the eyes and vision
    • Supports healthy aging
    • Perfect for DBG or any cup of tea
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  3. Blossom Tea Variety Box (9 pack)
  4. Snow Chrysanthemum 0.9 oz
  5. Hibiscus (Roselle) 1.4 oz
  6. Rose Hip 2.7 oz.
  7. Rose Flower 1.4 oz.
  8. Black Tea Rose 2 oz.
  9. White Tea Organic 0.8 oz.
  10. Oolong Tea Organic 1.9 oz.
    Oolong Tea Organic 1.9 oz.
    • Mild fermentation removes tannins, which are substances present in green tea that can cause discomfort in sensitive stomachs
    • Has easy-on-the-stomach digestibility and pleasantly robust, full-bodied flavor
    • Organic Oolong Tea is one of the best and most famous teas in the world
    • Grown in the Wuyi Mountains and hand picked
    • Skillfully fermented the traditional way
    • Beautiful amber hue
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