At Royal Tips Tea we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to taste the finest and rarest loose leaf teas produced by individual gardens in the world´s best known tea growing regions. We have carefully made our selection of gourmet teas so that you can explore all the complexity and amazing flavour profiles of single origin loose leaf tea.
You probably know that the world´s best loose leaf teas are carefully hand-picked and hand-processed to produce teas with extraordinary and unique flavour characteristics. Muscat grapes, chocolate, orange, peach, flowers, spices, – those are just a few of the flavours which develop naturally in the tea leaves while they are being processed into a loose tea. To be able to taste those flavours you need to be looking for the fresh, authentic, single origin, speciality teas which we are happy to offer you in our online tea store.
The terroir and the tea varietal or cultivar are the most important factors that determine the flavour profile of a loose leaf tea. In the description of each tea you will find detailed information about its sensory profile, the way it was processed, the place it comes from, etc. The intriguing range of tastes and aromas of these impressive teas will take you on a fascinating journey of discovery through the lush green tea hills and the breathtakingly beautiful landscapes of those exquisite lands. Explore the different types of tea in our online store to discover teas that best mostly suit your taste preferences. Our selection of premium white, green, yellow, oolong, black and pu-erh loose leaf tea will provide you with a wide range of satisfying and unique flavours.
All our teas are carefully packed into sealed bags to preserve freshness, quality, and therefore the health benefits of our loose teas. You can order a tea sample of 5g or chose between packets of 25g, 50g, 100g or 250 g. The higher the quantity, the bigger the discount you will receive for your loose leaf tea purchase. This is because the packaging cost is very high, so the larger the quantity of tea you buy, the more money you will save on packaging.