Collection: Green

Green loose leaf teas are known for their fresh, grassy, & vegetal flavors. Some varieties even exhibit floral, nutty, seaweed-like notes, while others have a slightly sweet taste. They typically have a light to medium body, meaning they feel relatively thin or watery in the mouth compared to black or oolong teas. When brewed, they typically produce a light or deep yellow liquor that exudes a delicate and refreshing aroma with hints of grass, vegetation and sometimes floral or fruity notes. The finish is generally described as smooth and slightly sharp (astringent), with a refreshing quality that can linger on the palate.