Not sure what to buy for the discerning tea drinker?
Our gift card combines the thoughtfulness of artisan tea and teaware, the flexibility of letting your recipient choose the perfect gift, and the instant gratification of email delivery.
Valid online and at our SF tasting room, gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. Our gift cards have no additional processing fees, and do not expire. →
Our flagship set, the Premium Collection makes a perfect gift for the tea-lover in your life. With a selection of five premium teas from traditional growing regions in China and Taiwan, this collection showcases a wide spectrum of flavor profiles and crafting techniques. Along with the tea, we've included a full set of traditional teaware to complete the tasting experience. Each collection comes with a Summer Gaiwan, a borosilicate glass server, and two porcelain tasting cups from Jingdezhen. The timeless design and simplicity... →
Designed as our introductory tea sampler, the Essential Collection has everything you need to start enjoying premium teas today. Discover a vast range of natural flavor with eight artisanal teas from China and Taiwan, together representing the full spectrum of traditional tea craftsmanship. The selection includes (one serving each): Spring Mao Feng - a crisp and refreshing green tea from Fujian Province Silver Needle - a delicate and floral white tea from the birthplace of this style Tung Ting, Dark Roast - a deep and satisfying roasted oolong from... →
Our Discovery Collection showcases the breadth of traditional tea craftsmanship and flavor profiles. While perfect for those beginning their exploration of artisanal tea, seasoned tea drinkers will also enjoy the selection in this box. The Discovery Collection includes four 1-ounce bags of tea, each representing a classic growing region, varietal, and crafting style, with flavor profiles ranging from light to dark. Also included is an informational card listing the varietals, regions, and tasting notes, along with an educational video to watch as... →