List of products by brand OR TEA ?™
Premium ORGANIC teas from the Or Tea brand?™
Or Tea?™ is a premium specialty tea brand with a strong Chinese heritage, which reflects that millennia-old tradition.
In recreating this legendary drink as an art form, Or Tea?™ warmly welcomes a new generation of tea drinkers to enrich their lives with this ancient, yet contemporary brew.
With an exotic, strong yet sweet character, The Secret Life of Chai pays homage to India’s independent women who are making their mark in all levels of society. Cherished for centuries, this Chai is a unique blend of tea, herbs and spices – perfect for ladies who appreciate the finer things in life.
Or Tea?™ \'Monkey Pinch\' Peach Oolong tea - loose leaves
According to legend, Monkey Pinch (also known as Tie Guan Yin) is a rare species of Oolong tea growing only on remote cliffs. The story has it that monkeys were trained to pick them, pinch by pinch. It’s just a myth of course, but with our blend infused with the scent of peach, even a monkey would trade his beer for this delicious cup of Oolong tea!
In Chinese philosophy, Yin & Yang represent perfect balance or harmony. With Hong Kong’s East meets West culture, we have our own unique interpretation of this “Coffee tea”; a drink that can be found in any local café of this vibrant metropolis. Never visited Hong Kong? One sip and you’ll get a satisfying taste of our city’s true colonial culture.
A much-loved early morning ritual for tea drinkers the whole world over, English Breakfast Tea truly is revitalisation in a cup! Now even the legendary American singer Holly Golightly is choosing English Breakfast Tea with a dash of milk and sugar over her once irreplaceable coffee!
Or Tea?™ \'Slimming Pu\'er\' Black Tea with Marigold
Pu’er tea is a unique fermented dark tea, mostly paired with oily Chinese food like Dim Sum. Some believe that Pu’er helps to wash the grease out of the system and aids digestion. However, Slimming Pu’er is only a name that reflects a state of mind. If you want to slim down, get in the swing, spin the hoop and start working out!
Once Xiaojing, the mother of the emperor, had discovered the delicious taste of dried fruit, she even exchanged her valuable jewels, including the legendary luminous pearls on her crown for some of her personal preferred fruits. Try it out and you\'ll understand why she did this.
Or Tea?™ \'Natural Tea Blossoms\' Green Tea with Marigold Blossoms - loose leaves
Be amazed by how the Marigold Blossoms turn into eye-opening flowers! This handcrafted artisan tea is the best party trick to impress everyone at the dinner table. Natural Tea Blossoms is one of a kind, so please make sure your friends are special enough before serving this to them.
With an appearance characterised by straight and tightly rolled tea leaves, Mount Feather is harvested only in Spring. “Mount” comes from the processed leaves resembling mountain peaks in a Chinese ink painting. “Feather” refers to the sheen of white hairs covering the tea leaves before processing. This tea is much loved by many green tea drinkers and is known as one of the ten best teas in China. As one of Ten Best Teas in China, this green tea was reserved as a tribute to emperors. Commonly known as Mao Feng, it is harvested only in Spring with the best pick having 1 bud plus 2 leaves intact in emerald green. Indeed, it had entered tea markers of London and Paris in the early seventies.
Tisanes - Herbal Tea Peppermint has been used as a caffeine-free home remedy aiding digestion and soothing the stomach for millennia, dating back to the Greeks.
In Chinese mythology, White Peony is the prettiest courtesan who likes to tease her clients with her dazzling beauty. That is why we present to you one of the most popular white teas in China, scented with an alluring hint of Lychee. This king of fruit enhances the tea’s floral fragrance to tantalise your taste buds.
The auspicious name of the tea came from the elegant shape of the tea leaf, which looked so much like the eyebrow of the Taoist deity of longevity. Also known as White Silver Needles, this white tea is a treasure among all teas you can find because of its rare harvest and only the most tender part of the buds can be used.
Or Tea \'La Vie en Rose\' black tea rose - loose leaves
Aroma: The intoxicating scent of roses
Flavour: The choicest Black tea is the magic that brings out the best in rose
Ingredients: Rosehip shells, Rose buds, Black Tea
Packing: Beautiful design tea canister
To use: 1 rounded teaspoon of tea in a strainer per 200 ml
Water temperature: 100°C (not boiling)/ Let steep for 6-8 minutes / Drinking temperature: 80°C
Back in the Ming Dynasty, Ginseng Green Tea was the tea served to the imperial family. Premium Green tea infused with Ginseng root, both consist of high levels of antioxidants, brings the best of both worlds in a cup. Ginseng Beauty will make you beautiful inside and out.
This Ginger tea is very bold and refreshing like no other. A dose of it is like the effect on Popeye after eating his spinach, giving you the extra boost of energy to match anyone in the world.
Traditional Earl Grey is mundane. Make life more exciting by adding a bit of fun into our routine activity. Bergamot Oil and Blue Cornflower petals do the magic here. Make sure you have a cup of tea before you leave next time.
As one of Ten Best Teas in China, this green tea was reserved as a tribute to emperors. Commonly known as Mao Feng, it is harvested only in Spring with the best pick having 1 bud plus 2 leaves intact in emerald green. Indeed, it had entered tea markets of London and Paris in the early seventies.
Each “pearl” is made from the finest jasmine flowers with unfermented green tea leaves. The choicest leaves are harvested during mid-Summer and many stringent steps are then applied to ensure the refreshing floral fragrance is fully infused into the tea. This is a tea so precious, even the dragons have given up chasing the good old flaming pearl. As one of Ten Best Teas in China, this green tea was reserved as a tribute to emperors. Commonly known as Mao Feng, with the best pick having 1 bud plus 2 leaves intact in emerald green. Indeed, it had entered tea markets of London and Paris early in the seventies.
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The twin towers are an icon of Bai Lin Town in northern Fujian, where this unique black tea is originated. The Kung Fu here is not about fighting, but the exceptional craft, skill and effort required to plant, pick and process this tea. Few Tea Masters are qualified to make it.