From delicately perfumed white teas and complex herbal expressions to smoky roasted oolongs, tea is inextricably linked to the culinary tradition of dim sum.
Teas are served in 500ml pot
Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
Wuyi Mountains, China Made by masters on a Unesco site, this prestigious oolong tea is rare and special. It has an exquisite orchid fragrance, with burnt caramel and smoky notes.
Puer Tuo Cha
Yunnan Province. Aged for up to three years, this delicately complex Puer tea is balanced, smooth and lightly earthy.
Yunnan, China This is a fine example of the famous Pu-er teas meticulously aged by the experts. It has a rich and earthly flavour with no astringency in tow, boasting a beautifully crafted copper hue.
Imperial Earl Grey
East meets West in this award-winning Earl Grey tea. Bergamot is infused into dark oolong tea leaves, with notes of citrus, vanilla and orchid
Iron Goddess of Mercy Top Fancy
Anxi, Fujian Province Ti Kuan Yin, or Iron Goddess of Mercy, is deep and rich, with a delicate fruit flavour and a heady, floral aroma of magnolia, lilies and wildflowers.
Nantou, Taiwan This supreme Taiwanese oolong tea imparts a delicate flavour with creamy undertones. The aromatic milky notes stem from the unique conditions and special cultivar of the mountain range
Japanese Kuki Cha
Shizuoka, Japan Made from the carefully selected stems of Japanese tea bushes, this tea is aged slowly for a mild and soothing flavour. Roasting the tea reduces the caffeine content and gives the tea a delicately nutty aroma.
Dragon Well Long Jing
Zhe Jiang, Xi Hu The King of Chinese green teas, Dragon Well, or Long Jing, is a variety of roasted green tea which grows in mountains surrounded by lakes. It is refreshingly smooth in taste, with hints of roasted chestnuts
Jasmine Chung Hao
Fujian Province This tea is a skilfully made speciality green tea with the rich fragrance of jasmine blossom. It undergoes an arduous process of layering fresh blossoms over tea leaves several times
White Peony Autumnal
Fujian Province Handpicked and crafted at the end of summer when its fragrance is most intense, Pai Mu Tan or White Peony has delicate flowery, fresh and velvety notes
This exquisite blend of white and green tea, infused with lemon, rosemary and a hint of mint, is relaxing, herbaceous and refreshing.
Tales of the Orient
This tropical mix of rooibos, mango, lemongrass and pink pepper is an award-winning blend which is naturally sweet and caffeine-free.
Nile River The best quality chamomile comes from the Nile Delta in Egypt. This tea is naturally sweet and aromatic with notes of crisp apples, honey and dried hay
Tau Still 750ml
Tau Sparkling 750ml