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Quality & Purity, Refined. 

We are passionate about bringing you the best quality loose leaf teas from around the world. Our team works closely with tea farmers to ensure that we source only the purest and highest grade's of teas. We believe that every cup of tea should be an experience, and we strive to provide that with every sip. Join us on our journey to discover the world of tea!


The history of Chinese tea dates back to ancient times, with legends tracing its origins to the mythical Shennong. Tea became a popular beverage during the Tang dynasty, and the Song dynasty saw the development of tea culture and the rise of tea merchants. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, tea became an important commodity for trade export, leading to the establishment of tea houses and tea ceremonies. Today, Chinese tea remains an integral part of Chinese culture and is by people around the world.


Tea was introduced to India by the British in the early 19th century. The tea plantation was established in Assam in 1837, and by the end of the century, India had become the world's largest tea producer. Today, tea is an integral part of Indian culture and is enjoyed millions of people across the country.

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Tea was introduced to Japan in the 9th century by Buddhist monks returning from China. It was initially used for medicinal purposes, but later became a popular beverage among the aristocracy. The Japanese tea ceremony, or chanoyu developed in the 16th century and is still practiced today as a way to appreciate the beauty of tea and its preparation.


Tea was first introduced to Europe in the 16th century by Portuguese Dutch traders. It quickly became popular among the wealthy and, and by the 18th century, tea had become a staple in many European households. Today, tea remains a beloved beverage across the continent, with a wide variety of flavors and preparations available

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