Our tea leaves are from ancient and indigenous tea trees that grow freely in the primeval forest.
They aren't grown on tea plantations, or genetically modified in any way.
The tea trees grow on two-thousand-year-old naturally balanced soil. Their leaves are rich in nutrients and minerals including zinc and potassium.
We never use any chemicals or pesticides to grow or prepare our tea.
The land our tea trees grow on is irrigated by mountain springs.
This makes the leaves pungent and resilient to the tea-making process.
Our wild leaves are foraged, picked and prepared in tune with nature.
We never use any industrial machines.
The leaves spend over 140 hours naturally “withering” and fermenting under the sun, carefully watched by the Master and tribes.
No machine heating processes are involved.
Both the bud and leaf are kept whole during the entire tea-making process, protecting the tea’s nutrients and long lasting natural flavours.
No additives are used, and no flavour enhancements are needed.