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Premium loose leaf Akita Super Sencha Green Tea. Premium loose leaf Dragon Well Lung Ching Green Tea. Premium loose leaf Earthly Paradise Jasmine Green Tea.
Akita Super Sencha Green Tea
Our Price: $4.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Dragon Well Lung Ching Green Tea
Our Price: $10.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Earthly Paradise Jasmine Green Tea
Our Price: $17.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
A Chinese version of Japanese green tea with notes of honey and sweet butter. From Zhejiang Province, China. Full bodied tending astringent (brisk) with a slight heady bouquet. Full green tea flavor.

Yin Hoa Grade 1 green tea with surprising body and an intense but captivating jasmine infusion.

Premium loose leaf Golden Mountain Needle Green Tea. Khumbu Green Tea
Energitea Green Tea
Our Price: $5.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Golden Mountain Needle Green Tea
Our Price: $25.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Khumbu Green Tea
Our Price: $6.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Green tea, rooibos, ginseng roots, linden blossoms, rose petals, and lemon and orange pieces.

From Sichuan Province, China. Slightly piquant with an almost sweet honey-like full green tea flavor.

Delicious, vegetative character with light astringency.
Lavender Green Tea Lotus Green Tea Premium loose leaf Lucky Dragon Hyson Green Tea.
Lavender Green Tea
Our Price: $5.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Lotus Green Tea
Our Price: $5.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Lucky Dragon Hyson Green Tea
Our Price: $4.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Mao Jian grade green tea from Hunan Province, China, is mixed with lavender blossoms from Tibet.  It has a floral and astringent finish.

Green tea from Vietnam infused with the scent of lotus blossoms.

Steamed Chinese green tea. Sweet and slightly astringent fresh green flavor.
Premium loose leaf Mao Feng Long March Green Tea. Premium Loose Leaf Moon Swirl White Tip Green Tea.
Mao Feng Long March Green Tea
Our Price: $12.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Moon Swirl White Tip Green Tea
Our Price: $8.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Moroccan Mint Green Tea
Our Price: $4.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Lightly astringent with a touch of oak cask. A superb tea from northern Fujian Province. The balanced flavors of grass, wheat, and honey with a light astringency. Excellent gunpowder green tea and peppermint leaves.
Premium loose leaf Mountain Dragon Green Tea. Premium Loose Leaf Osmanthus Green Tea Premium Loose Leaf Passion Fruit Green Tea
Mountain Dragon Green Tea
Our Price: $4.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Osmanthus Green Tea
Our Price: $5.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Passion Fruit Green Tea
Our Price: $4.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Green tea from Yunnan Province, China.  Full flavored with light baked notes, grass and subtle eucalyptus. Slightly herbaceous with light notes of peaches from osmanthus petals. Papaya pieces, sunflower petals and exotic passion fruit notes with a sencha style green tea. Sweet and tart.
Premium Loose Leaf Pearl Drop Morning Dew Green Tea (Pi Lo Chun). Premium Loose Leaf Pin Lin Gunpowder Taiwanese Green Tea. Premium Loose Leaf Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose Green Tea
Pearl Drop Morning Dew Green Tea (Pi Lo Chun)
Our Price: $23.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Pin Lin Gunpowder Green Tea
Our Price: $5.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose Green Tea
Our Price: $4.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Delicate, flowery and almost honey-like. Taste the fresh tea bud infusion and enjoy one of the world’s top teas. Smooth and satisfying with baked notes. From Pin Lin, Taiwan’s tea capital. Light liquoring, fresh and smooth with reasonable depth and body. The cherry flavoring and subtle rose hints give the tea a wonderful exotic character.
Premium Loose Leaf Snowy Mountain Jian Green Tea. Superior Gunpowder Green Tea White Eagle Long Life Green Tea
Snowy Mountain Jian Green Tea
Our Price: $4.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Superior Gunpowder Green Tea
Our Price: $3.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
White Eagle Long Life Green Tea
Our Price: $11.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Good body with full flavor, tending herbaceous with satisfying sweetness. Flavor similar to black tea. Our Superior Gunpowder from Zhejiang Province, China, has a surprising body and strong, captivating green tea flavor with a hint of oak. An excellent Chinese Gunpowder, great for an everyday tea. Our White Eagle Long Life loose leaf green tea from Hunan Province, China, is refreshing and delightful. The spring tea has a hint of sweetness followed with a mild astringent finish. An excellent example of an early April tea.
   
 

Green tea refers to the color of the processed tea leaves. Green teas are processed much less than black teas, but more than white, so the fresh flavor and appearance of the leaf is retained. The short processing time results in the tea's high catechin content and may provide health benefits such as lowering blood pressure.

Select leaves are picked by hand and allowed to wilt under natural sunlight when possible and weather conditions permit. The Chinese then fire the leaves in a hot pan to prevent oxidation. The Japanese use steam. The leaf may or may not be folded or rolled at this point, before a final drying. The drying time and temperature has tremendous effects on the flavor and has been perfected over many years of trial and error. Dry leaves are then sorted for quality and given grades.

Our selection contains various flavors created by skilled artisans who take several factors in to account, including time of harvest, elevation, weather, soil and processing tweaks individual to the tea master. Some teas, such as Sencha, have the same characteristics as a freshly plucked leaf while Golden Mountain Needle has highly refined and smooth characteristics. If you haven't already, spend the time to find the best green tea for you.

Flavored teas will either contain real pieces of fruits or flowers or will be scented. Scenting tea involves layering the loose tea leaves with the fruit or flower until the flavor has been absorbed in the tea. The flavoring agents are then removed to leave only the tea. Our selection of flavored green teas are created with all natural flavors and premium fruit and flower pieces, absolutely no artificial flavorings.

It is very important to monitor the steep time. Steeping too long will make the tea bitter. Always add more tea instead of more time for a stronger cup of tea.

Green teas from Forbidden City Tea can be infused multiple times. We suggest adding 30 seconds to the previous infusion time.