This refreshing and relaxing Barcelona Tea Blend was created by Caj Chai Teahouse as a soothing, digestive herbal tea to calm the nerves and ease tension. Our idea was to create a fresh, organic blend to help loosen up, unwind at the end of the day (or whenenever you need it). We wanted to create an infusion that represented Barcelona, naturally sweet and refreshing. All the aromatic herbs we’ve used are organic and locally grown in the Spanish Pyranees in a tiny town called Gombreny by our dear friends Aroa and Miki at Aromik. We highly you recommend this precious, pristine, mountain region when you visit! This original blend consists of organic herbs: Melissa, Lemon Verbena, Chocolate Mint, Wild Thyme, Sage and Summer Savory.
0,10€ - 0,14€ / g iva inc.View Product
This incredible green tea was made harvesting by hand 90-year old zairai varietal trees. It sat for one day, and the following day was lightly rolled in a bamboo drum and then hand-rolled exposing the leaves to a slow oxidation which was soon stopped. The result is a visually appealing, utterly atypical Japanese tea with a slight trace of oxidation (bihhako). The taste is delicate, light and sweet. This type of tea can handle more steepings than others Japanese teas.
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Incredible traditional higher oxidation baozhong oolong made by Mrs. Lin using naturally cultivated Chin Shin cultivar (Tender Heart) leaves that have been allowed to grow wild over the last 7 years, without watering, pruning etc. Today famous mainstream Pinglin Baozhong is made using very light oxidation so it’s practically green tea, a style that suits contemporary taiwanese taste. Mrs. Lin let the leaves oxidize further and rolled a little more freely so the tea would develop this very special, smooth, sweet, honey flavor with marked fruity and floral aromatic notes. Limited supply. Highly recommended.
0,32€ - 0,40€ / g iva inc.View Product
Very unique Yancha Hong Cha style tea made with leaves from Chin Shin cultivar leaves that come from natural gardens stewarded by aboriginal Taiwanese and processed by Pei Chun Lin. The tea was processed as a highly oxidized red tea (hong cha) but made in the Wu Yi Mountain Yancha oolong style with slow charcoal roasting. The resulting tea is very unique as it combines classic sweet red tea with more complex, ripe, fruity notes.
0,23€ - 0,30€ / g iva inc.View Product
GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) oolong tea made from Taiwanese high-grade Chin Shin (Tender Heart) varietal bushes that are naturally rich in glutamic acid – the precursor to GABA, and contains 190mg of GABA per 100 grams of tea. GABA tea production difers in that it is made in a nitrogen rich atmosphere without any exposure to oxygen. GABA tea is famous for its extensive health properties. To read more about Gaba production and health properties please visit our Blog: http://cajchai.com/blog
0,25€ - 0,35€ / g iva inc.View Product
This chinese certified organic tea meets the requirements of the International Rain Forest Alliance. Huang Shan Mao Feng is one of China’s most famous green teas. This tea was plucked in the early spring. They picked one tender bud and two leaves to make this delicate, sweet floral green tea that hails from the area around the massive Yellow Mountain Range. Mao Feng (Hairy Peak) is a tea classification term that refers to a 1 bud, 1 leaf fine plucking with fine silvery hairs, although sometimes you can also find one bud, two leaves labelled as Mao Feng. The term Mao Feng may be a symbolic reference to the Huang Shan Mountain peaks which are crowned with Pine Needle trees. This batch was entirely hand-picked, hand-rolled and hand-processed by Yo Guo Jing at Hui Yu Tang. We recommend you prepare this tea in a porcelain teapot or more simply by scatterring some leaves in a bowl and adding hot water. This tea won’t overbrew, remaining sweet and refreshing. It’s especially enjoyable to sip and eat the tender leaves floating in the bowl.
0,33€ / g iva inc.
Jiang Mu Xiang Dan Cong Oolong or “Ginger Aroma” is a naturally ocurrying Dan Cong varietal that has developed over the last 200 years as a selective Shui Xian hybrid. This varietal grows tall as 3-4 meter trees at about 1000 meters in a village called Tou She, just north of Phoenix Village. This tea is spicy and floral with a pleasant combination of sweetness, bitterness, astringency and velvety smoothness that can handle many steepings, especially if you brew gong fu style.
0,54€ - 0,65€ / g iva inc.View Product
Silky smooth, hign mountain (gao shan) red tea (hong cha) from Mr. Kuo’s naturally managed gardens located at almost 2,000 meters in Li Shan (Pear Mountain). This very special tea was made using hand-picked Chin Shin (Tender Heart) cultivar leaves, carefully processed and slowly charcoal roasted for several days giving it its unique character perfect for enjoying this autumn or winter.
0,28€ - 0,35€ / g iva inc.View Product
This wild and healthy Mediterranean Tea Blend was created by Caj Chai Teahouse as a soothing herbal tea to pick us up when we’re feeling under the weather. Our idea was to create a fresh, digestive, organic blend that could sooth the throat and fight a cough while tasting great and refreshing us so we can face the day when we’re feeling less than 100%. We wanted to create an infusion that represented the Mediterranean, wild, breezy, invigorating, cleansing. All the aromatic herbs we’ve used are organic and locally grown in the Spanish Pyranees in a tiny town called Gombreny by our dear friends Aroa and Miki at Aromik. We highly you recommend this precious, pristine, mountain region when you visit! This original blend consists of organic herbs: Thyme, Summer Savory, Blue Flower Hyssop, Sage, Nana Spearmint.
0,10€ - 0,14€ / g iva inc.View Product
Partially oxidized japanese tea processed in Kamariri pan-roasted style made using leaves from the very rare Minamisayaka cultivar. This lightly oxidized tea was made with leaves from oldest oragnic garden on Kyushu Island, harvested on May 15, processed as kamairi cha and after a long spontaneous oxidation, roasted on May 16. This combination of processing styles produces a very unique tea that falls in between the green tea and oolong tea categories. You’ll find it has a very rich, full, potent aroma and flavor that evokes the very best high mountain Gao Shan teas from Taiwan. This tea handles many, many steepings, especially when brewed gong fu style.
0,32€ - 0,37€ / g iva inc.View Product
Organic Red Milk Oolong is produced in northern Thailand from specially imported “Golden Lily” Jin Xuan tea plants from the Taiwanese highlands. Dark green, finely rolled leaf unfolds a flavorful, dense, cup that is both fruity, lightly roasted, milky and flowery with a long sweet aftertaste that lingers nicely. All aromas and flavors are authentic and typical of the Jin Xuan cultivar, the difference between the Red Milk oolong and the Milk Oolong is that the Red Milk underwent greater oxidation and a light final roast. This tea should not be confused with the aromatized “Milk Oolong” version that is commercially available throughout the world. To distinguish the difference between natural and aromatized tea one may smell the dry leaves. If they are overly perfumed, chances are it is aromatized.
0,13€ - 0,20€ / g iva inc.View Product
Delicious sencha from the local Zairai seed-propagated varietal (a rarity in Japan) growing naturally in Kagoshima and harvested in mid-May. Zairai is a very diverse and powerful varietal. This tea is very lively, aromatic and surprising… it’s even a touch floral.
0,22€ - 0,25€ / g iva inc.View Product
Oriental Beauty (Dong Fang Mei Ren), also known as Bai Hao Oolong, is a special heavily oxidized oolong created by an insect bite! This natural ecosystem Oriental Beauty is harvested during summer from young leaves and tips just bitten by a small cricket or tea jassid Cicadellidae:Jacobiasca formosana (Paoli). Leaves undergo a chemical reaction as defense against the bites and this contribute to the sweet honey notes characteristic of this tea. This tea is of very high quality, Qing Xin Da Mo varietal leaves and buds are carefully hand-picked and upon infusing we find a beautiful range of purple, brown and green tones. This tea comes from Beipu, Hsinchu County, Northern Taiwan, the origin of Dong Fang Mei Ren Tea/ Oriental Beauty. Only this ecosystem can produce the most classic characteristics of this class of tea.
0,55€ - 0,60€ / g iva inc.View Product
Just a few dozen meters from the oldest teahouse in the traditional Ureshino area, farmer Shunichisan practices natural farming methods and tries to preserve and extend the Kamairi tradition of wood-fired, hand-roasted tea that was imported from Korea. He uses an original 100 year old tea frying wok and roasts in small batches. This early spring, Shincha green tea was made with leaves from the Saemidori varietal, which is often used in Matcha and Gyokuro, lending the tea delicious creamy and sweet notes, and the roasting provides soft, nutty notes. This tea is delicious now and will continue to improve throughout the year as the roast settles in. You will find this tea resembles Korean green teas and can handle many more steepings than other types of Japanese green teas.
0,42€ / g iva inc.
Bao Hong, which translates as Vast Treasure is a very special, top-grade early spring tea that comes from the beautiful and remote Bao Hong Mountain in Yunnan. The original tea plant was brought from Fujian 1200 years ago by a Buddhist monk visiting the monastery there. The tea garden is at 1600 meters above sea level and is often covered in mist.
0,36€ - 0,45€ / g iva inc.View Product
This fabulous small-batch wild Dan Cong oolong comes from Ta Ku Hou village. At 1350 meters, this is one of highest villages in the Wu Dong mountains. This tea comes from a small plot of 60-120 year old trees that grow wild. The leaves were hand-picked and hand-processed to produce a very smooth, complex, fruity tea with lovely mouthfeel that handles many steepings, especially when brewed gongfu style.
0,54€ - 0,65€ / g iva inc.View Product