Green Teas

  • Gunpowder Tea Gunpowder Tea

    Boom, pow! The name of this strong green tea from China comes from the fact that the tea leaves are rolled up into tiny little balls that "explode" when splashed with hot water. Rolling tea leaves into these pellets renders the leaves less susceptible to physical damage and allows them to retain more of their flavor and aroma. And what a flavor! This tea has a a distinctive nutty/oak taste and produces a dark green cup. Blend it with fresh mint, sugar and steaming hot water to make your own traditional Moroccan mint tea!

  • Japanese Sencha Green Tea Japanese Sencha Green Tea

    Sencha means "common tea," and indeed, this good old basic green tea is one of the most popular and tastiest drinks in the world. Low in caffeine so you can drink it all day long.

  • Jasmine Green Tea Jasmine Green Tea

    Jasmine green tea is a balanced, delicate tea that is refreshing and versatile, and goes with almost any occasion, especially as an iced tea.

  • Young Hyson Tea Young Hyson Tea

    Young Hyson tea comes to you as twisted leaves that are long, thin and unfurl slowly to offer a fragrant and somewhat astringent green taste. (Think dry wine.)


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Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“This is my first time ordering from and I'm impressed with the fast shipping and the packing is the cutest thing I've seen. I haven't been able to try all the products I ordered yet except for the Jasmine Green Tea and tonight we are having tilapia breaded with the Pecan Meal! I'm so excited the Jasmine green tea taste amazing and the fragrance is absolutely beautiful! I will be reviewing more of the products as I use them! Thank you you definitely gained another happy customer and will be sending all my friends here :)”

kristine, lewisville, Texas July 11, 2014