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                        Where to buy genuine Chinese tea?


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You can buy tea in almost any supermarket or shop. Every supermarket sells a variety of tea from many popular brands. Product selection is huge, but the quality is actually pretty bad.

Genuine quality tea is not only great to drink, but is uplifting and relaxes one body at the same time. For this quality of tea, that has such defined natural tastes and beneficial healthy properties; one can only purchase it in the place where it originated from, China.

The Tea Leaf is based in China. We ourselves live here in Fujian, where most teas are produced. Even the tea plantations we deal with are just an hour and a half drive away! We are not only specialized in Chinese tea but love it and drink it every day. You too can have this unique opportunity to buy directly from our tea plantations! Our tea is also not sitting in warehouses in your native country, nor pre-packaged waiting to be sold. It is stored in the best conditions by the plantations and suppliers, and we make sure to take only the latest harvests, and freshest teas. We will only package your tea once your order has been made, which ensures its freshness and quality.

You can buy Chinese tea wholesale and retail. We offer a wide selection of classic Chinese teas: including high grade White tea, Yellow tea, Green tea, Red tea, Oolong tea, Sheng and Shu Puer. You will also find suitable teaware for everyday use, or to conduct the 'Tea Ceremony.'

If the idea of Chinese tea is very new and not familiar to you, feel free to browse our website. On the left are all the different categories of tea. One can begin to learn about all the different types of tea, where they come from, how they are produced, and what beneficial properties they hold. We also often write more in-depth articles in our 'About tea' section on tea culture, tea production, and anything related to what we think you might be wanting to ask.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions and we will do our best to try and answer your questions.

The Tea Leaf.

Most Popular Teas


 

      Tie Guan Yin

  Tie Guan Yin

      Da Hong Pao 

  Da Hong Pao

       Milk Oolong

 Milk Oolong

    Ginseng Oolong

  Ginseng Oolong

        Long Jing

  Long Jing

     Jasmine Pearl

  Jasmine Pearl

       Goji Berry

 Goji Berry

      Lao Cha Tou

  Lao Cha Tou

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