• Inside this HER-CHA discovery collection, you will find six varieties of premium Chinese tea: HER-CHA green, HER-CHA black, green oolong, dark oolong, wild white and ripe pu'er. A fine way to treat yourself, and a wonderful gift that can impress the most sophisticated tea drinker.
  • HER-CHA proudly presents to you the Wild White tea coming from a small village within Wuyi National Natural Reserve. Only 40 residents live in this village, and access is limited to families and friends. Due to the strict environmental policies in the natural reserve, this tea gets the least human intervention from growing to processing. HER-CHA Wild White is very rare in quantity and quality. This tea ages beautifully in a cool & dry room. Depending on the environment, it develops rich and unique flavors.
  • Pu’er is the name of the region in Yunnan province. It also refers to a certain way of making dark tea. HER-CHA Pu’er from Bulang mountain offers smooth, sweet and complex flavor thanks to the old tea trees. Enjoy this tea after a meal or around the table with friends and families.
  • After 6,500 miles of air travel from Los Angeles to Shanghai, another 380 miles to Wuyi, and 25 miles of rugged path, HER-CHA finally met the artisan tea grower who lives inside Wuyi National Natural Reserve. His family has been growing tea for generations. After spending a full day with them, and sharing two meals, we were honored to represent his tea in the United States.
  • There are many varieties of oolong with one of them being the Green Oolong. However, An’xi tea growers create more than 4 types of aroma within this category. The locals harvest the tea when native orchid blossoms near the plants. This gives a unique floral aroma to the tea.
  • As a third-generation oolong grower, Chen remembers his house filled with roasted aromas of tea. When he inherited the tea mountain in Wuyi, he decided to refine the ancient technique of rotating and fermentation. Enjoy HER-CHA Dark Oolong where tradition meets innovation.
  • Fujian Province is famous for oolong teas. The north prides itself with the mineral aromas they craft into their Dark Oolong, while the southern Green Oolong is renowned for its grassy and floral notes. Dark Oolong has a vibrant and orange color with an amber hue. Each steep introduces a different repertoire of flavors. The alluring note draws you in with hints of caramel and peach. Green Oolong is fresh and floral with grassy and orchid-like aroma that you can smell straight from the dry leaves. This collection of oolong teas offer two distinct flavors that will suit any occasions.
  • Regardless of tea making process, leaves from wild tea trees offer smooth and complex flavors. HER-CHA Wild Tea Duo Collection presents you Wild White and Ripe Pu'er both from wild tea trees. Both teas are drinkable upon release, but can also be aged in cool & dry room (avoiding direct sunlight) for years.  
  • Smooth, sweet, and buttery with a hint of chestnut. That is the flavor profile of green tea produced in Anji. Visually, the leaves are bright green with yellow hues. The shape is often referred by tea experts as "phenix feather". When brewed, you can see every single leaves expand into a consistent and beautiful shape. This green tea is harvested from a rare sub-category of tea trees that grows pale green leaves in spring. Check the section below for additional information on weight, origin and shipping.
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    Pu’er is the name of the region in Yunnan province. It also refers to a certain way of making dark tea. HER-CHA Pu’er from Menghai mountain offers deep, earthy and complex flavor thanks to the aging process. Enjoy this tea after a meal or around the table with friends and families.
  • Sometimes the most classic collection is just the right for everyone. HER-CHA Classic Duo Collection presents to you premium green and black tea that will impress your dinner guests.