Dragon Well (Long Jing)

Long Jing is one of China’s most famous green teas. The tea is handpicked and pan-fired by skilled tea masters, resulting in a perfectly flattened shape. This harvest has a strong chesnut-like aroma, and pleasantly dry finish.

Origin: Zhejiang, China


Taiping Houkui Green Tea (Monkey King)

TaiPing HouKui is quite different to most other green teas, having very large flat leaves that are up to 2-3 inches long, that look great when brewed. The liquor gives a long-lasting flavor with orchid scent, along with a refreshing, smooth and sweet after taste.

Origin: Anhui province, China




 Iron Goddess (Tie Guan Yin)

Tie Guan Yin is a legendary oolong tea from the Fujian province in China. It is one of China's most beloved oolongs. It is lightly roasted making it a perfect introduction to oolong teas. It has a fresh, vivid, flowery aroma with a sweet long lasting aftertaste

Origin: Fujian province, China


Pear Mountain Oolong (Li Shan)

It is one of Taiwans highest mountain teas and one of the most prized teas from Taiwan. The quantity harvested every year is relatively limited, ensuring that it is always in great demand. A medium bodied oolong. It has a soft, floral and buttery taste with a well rounded finish.

Origin: Li Shan, Ho Ping, Taichung County, Taiwan


Dong Ding Oolong

A Deliciously Sweet/nutty oolong from Taiwan. The tea has a sweet floral aroma with roasted undertones. Clean lingering finish.

Origin: Handmade and grown in Lugu village, Nantou county, Taiwan


Oriental Beauty

Oriental Beauty (Bai Hao)  is a highly oxidised Taiwanese oolong. The tea is produced in small batches and is a superb example of one of Taiwan’s most distinctive oolongs. It has honey aroma and sweet smooth taste.

Origin: Hsinchu County, Taiwan




 Yunnan Gold Tea (Dian Hong)

Yunnan Gold black tea (also known as Dian Hong) is easily identified by its abundance of soft golden tips. A robust black tea with soft almost sweet malty notes which is grown in the rich soils of Yunnan province.

Origin: Yunnan province, China


Jin Jun Mei

Jin Jun Mei is an extremely rare and famous black tea from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province in eastern China. It’s a very elegant type of lapsang souchong. A naturally sweet and fruity black tea, It has long finish with an organic, woodsy sweetness.

Origin: Wuyi Shan, Fujian Province




Pu'er tea has been revered as a medicinal tea in China for thousand of years. It is a post -fermented and aged tea that increases in smoothness and flavor with age. There are raw and cooked versions but we currently only sell the cooked version. Very robust, earthy taste and aroma, can be infused multiple times.

Pu'erh has been recommended in a lot of weight loss diets as it aides the digestive system, suppresses appetite, and actually helps eliminate cholesterol from the body.

Origin: Yunnan, China




Rosebud Tea

Jasmine Tea

Chinese green tea that has been traditionally scented with fresh jasmine flowers.

Tea at Boundary Art

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