Green teas are made by withering, fixing, rolling and drying the leaves without any oxidation taking place. Although many people think that green teas are bitter, this isn’t true. Whilst some green teas are naturally a little bit astringent, they are usually mellow as long as the water isn’t too hot when they’re steeped. Check the exact brewing info on your package, and never put boiling water on green tea. ;)
Hannes and Tomas prepared all of these green teas on our farm, according to their own recipes. Locals from the nearby village help us to hand-pluck and hand-sort leaves from the tea fields by our factory.
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After a well-received upgrade in the recipe, this green tea is now a sip of true spring flavours! It has a fresh and floral taste with a nice touch of astringency at the end.
This green tea is a true renegade. We took a bit different approach on this one by letting it wither overnight which resulted in quite an interesting green tea in our selection. It has a nutty, a bit roasted aroma with hints of sweetness and umami in it. The taste is not as vegetal as most of our green teas - instead, you can feel notes of chestnuts and peanuts accompanied by a roasted flavour.
The mildest version of our green teas. It’s perfect for all the tea lovers who tend to forget the leaves to steep for too long. The taste is fresh, smooth and vegetal. You can sense hints of mango in its aftertaste. Almost as if someone had secretly added a dash of sugar to your cup. The tea has a yellowish colour and a sweet aroma.
A light and crispy green tea. The taste is fresh, grassy and floral with a little bit of astringency at the end. Don't forget it to steep for too long or it will surprise you with a strong kick!
Sunset Garden is one of the first recipes of green tea that got to our "approved" section. It has stayed there ever since and proved to be a favourite to many. The smell is brothy, even a bit roasted. The taste is nicely balanced - it has a grassy, vegetal flavour with hints of flowers in it.
Green tea is not the traditional tea in Georgia. Although approximately 150 000 tons of tea was produced during the heydays of the Georgian tea industry, all of it was almost exclusively black tea. We believe that the tea plants grown on lands that have been free of chemicals for nearly 30 years, make also a great basis for high-quality organic green tea. Combining chemical-free farming and modern techniques of processing, we try to bring out the uniqueness of Georgian green tea.
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We make around 20 different teas each season - white, green, oolong and black teas and a few herbal teas.
All our teas are organic and single origin – from our farm. At first, you can order one of our taster sets to get to know our teas.
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As a small farm, we can't keep all the teas we make in stock all the time so we mainly work on a pre-order basis. If you already know which of our teas are you favourite, then we invite you to make a pre-order before the season starts, so we can grow and produce those teas for you. Pre-ordering creates less waste and also saves you time and money! All pre-orders include free shipping.
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Looking for something special? Check out our selection of teaware, gift sets and seasonal offers! Every now and then we also experiment with some new recipes and put the results up here.