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Bi Luo Chun

This is a premium grade Bi Luo Chun, produced in its birthplace the JiangSu Province of China during the early spring. The classic Bi Luo Chun's curled fine leaves are covered with white down - a sign of abundant bud leaves, mellow and fruity flavour, smooth texture and refreshing aftertaste.
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Bi Luo Chun - Organic

Bi Luo Chun is a gem on the crown of Chinese tea culture. An ancient tea scripture has described its four unrivaled characteristics: elegant shape, richly green color, refreshing fragrance and mellowing taste. This organic Bi Luo Chun is produced in the Jiang Su Province of east China - Bi Luo Chun's original birthplace.
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Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun

A fully handmade Bi Luo Chun produced from the original and still the heartland of producing the exlusive quality Bi Luo Chun, Dong Shan (Easten Hill of Dong Ting Mt.) of Tai Lake. DongTing Bi Luo Chun is sought after novelty even in China.
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Dragon Well (Long Jing)

This is one of the finest and best known Chinese green teas. Smooth flattened tea leaves produce a jade green liquid colour with a silky texture and a delightful nutty aroma. It is then followed by a refreshing aftertaste. It is a green tea delight enjoyed by many in China and around the world.
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Dragon Well (Long Jing) - Organic

This is one of the finest and best known Chinese green teas. Smooth flattened tea leaves produce a jade green liquid colour with a silky texture. It has an uplifting roasted chestnut aroma and beautiful and refreshing aftertaste. This Dragon Well is organically cultivated and processed in the high mountains of the Zhe-Jiang province.
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Mao Jian

Produced in XingYang area of China, this is an international award winning green tea. It is characterized by its long and tight needle shape made of only the tip leaves. It has a refreshing, jade green brew and rich, mellowing after taste.
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Mao Feng - Mt Yellow

Mao Feng is produced in the famous Yellow Mountain region of China - unique for its mountain range, clouds and mists. The Chinese always believe that magic herbs grow on magic mountains and Mao Feng is one. We offer both organic and non-organic Mao Feng. Packaging size 50g.
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Tian Mu Qing Ding

This is one of the finest and best known Chinese green teas. Tian Mu Qing Ding is produced in an area known for its thick organic ground soil and about 250 days of fog cover per annum. The tea leaves are in straight shape with deep green in colure, brew with an elegant orchid aroma followed by a mellow refreshing aftertaste. Packaging 50g
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Enshi Yinzhen

This is a premium Yinzhen green tea, organically produced in the Enshi area of the Hubei province China. Enshi green teas are known to be Selenium rich as the result of the local soil conditions. This is a delicate and refreshing premium green tea packed with the all the health benefits imaginable. Package size: 50g and 100g.
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Enshi Yulu

This is a premium Enshi Yulu, one of the few steam processed green teas still produced in China. The tea is processed in tight needle shape. It has a grassy orchid aroma with an intense refreshing aftertaste, but absence of the nutty taste of the roasted green teas. Packaging: 50g and 100g
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Anji White Tea (50g)

Anji white tea is a rare and special Green Tea. It is named partially after its unique white to pale green appearance of the fresh leaves during the early spring. It has a distinguishing pure and refreshing taste that is not found in others.
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Zhu Ye Qing (Bamboo Green)

Zhu Ye Qing is among the most prestige Chinese green teas. Produced in E-Mei mountain area of south-west China, this tea has an elegant, long lasting refreshing taste with a trace of chestnut flavor.
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Misty Green - Organic

A high mountain grown organic green tea that has all the features of premium quality green teas, plus its unique pure and refreshing after taste. It is a quality organic tea which offers high value for money. Packaging 50g & 100g
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Wild misty green

This is a premium misty green tea harvested from the wild tea bushes in the Xing-Yang area of the He-Nan province, central China. The tea leaves are fully hand processed into tight needle shape. The tea has a classic misty green tea's high refreshing aroma and flavor, yet more potent and longer lasting. Packaging: 50g and 100g
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Liuan Leaf (50g)

Liuan Leaf is a green tea that is listed on almost all prestige Chinese Tea lists. It is a unique green tea made of only the second leaf beneath the bud without the stem. It's aroma is elegant and long lasting.
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Hou Kui (Monkey King) (50g)

Among the most popular Chinese premium green teas, Hou Kui's leaves are much larger and flat with visible white down. It has an elegant fragrance of orchid and refreshing green tea taste.
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Lu Shan Yun Wu

Lu Shan Yun Wu is one of the most famous Chinese green teas produced in the Mt. Lu area. It is a product of high altitude plantation, long periods of cloud and mist cover, unique species of green tea born and grown and its natural environment and traditional misty green tea making skills refined over a long history. Packaging size: 50g & 100g
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Ge Tan Green tea - Organic

Ge Tan green tea is one of the classic representative of high class Chinese curl shape green teas. It is brew is bright yellowish green in colour with and elegant and aroma and lingering aftertaste. This is an organic authentic Chinese green tea for the enjoyment of green tea lovers.
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Matcha ceremonial grade - Organic

Buy matcha tea, a top (ceremonial) grade, organic Japanese style Matcha green tea powder produced from the finest organic green tea leaves, stems and veins removed and finely ground. It is ideal for those who enjoy a cup of premium Matcha, or use to make a creamy Matcha latte.
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Japanese style Sencha - Organic

A classic Japanese style Sencha. The green tea leaves are organically cultivated and steam dried. It has a unique steam dried tea's refreshing taste instead of roasted dried teas' nutty flavor.
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Japanese Genmaicha

A classic Japanese Genmaicha - traditional Sencha blended with roasted brown rice bubbles. It is a brew of the refreshing green tea infused with the aroma of the roasted brown rice.
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Buy green tea online

Valley Green Tea offers an extensive range of premium quality loose leaf green teas to be purchased online, including Chinese green teas and Japanese green teas.

It can be challenging to buy green tea online. Some assurance as to the quality and value we offer when you purchase green teas from our online store:

  • We sell pure green tea loose leaves. These are of higher quality than blended teas, tea bags or tea powder available on other sites.
  • Our teas are latest season teas. Fresh green teas are the best green teas.
  • China is the birthplace of all teas and we believe it still has the best teas to offer. We specialize in Chinese green teas but also offer some Japanese green teas.
  • We offer a range of organic green teas for those who are interested in organic products. 
  • Our premium grade loose leaf green teas are stored under recommended conditions (refrigerated usually) to preserve premium quality. Green teas are highly sensitive to high temperature & quality deteriorates rapidly if stored inadequately. 
  • The unique advantage of buying loose leaf green tea online from us than from a shop is that teas are stored under optimal conditions (vacuum sealed and refrigerated) before being delivered directly to the consumers - there is no shelf time for these teas. 

Valley Green Tea offers a wide range of fresh loose leaf, organic and non-organic green teas sourced directly from tea farmers in China for your enjoyment and health. 

What is green tea?

Green tea is the only class of teas that are unfermented. It is also the biggest class of Chinese teas. There are more than 300 varieties in the record and many folk teas have not yet been documented. Fresh green teas are packed with natural antioxidant and well known for their luscious refreshing taste and numerous health benefits. Buying the right green teas to suit your needs can take some experiment and experience, as a cup of tea for one may not be the one for the next. Try a few in small amount and find out which ones you enjoy most.

What are the characteristics of the best green teas?

The best green teas are the fresh teas. Premium green teas are highly sensitive to their environmental conditions. Once they are exposed to unsatisfactory elements, such as high temperature and foreign odors, their quality deteriorates rapidly. 

Valley Green Tea supplies premium quality seasonal green teas sourced directly from growers and plantations in traditional tea producing regions of China. 

We take extra cautions to preserve the quality by:

  • packaging - we vacuum seal all our green teas
  • storage - we store our green teas under their optimal storage temperature which is under 5oC
  • transportation - we air transport our green teas from China to avoid unnecessary exposure to high temperature and other un-welcomed factors

We believe the quality of the green teas we supply is second to none on the currently market outside of China.

Health benefits reported to be associated with drinking green tea

Many health benefits have been reported in recent years to be associated with drinking green tea, largely attributed to a group of active biochemical compound 'catechins' in the tea leaves. These benefits include:

  • lowering blood cholesterol level, blood pressure and the risk of heart diseases
  • cancer preventive, including cancers such as breast cancer and bladder cancer
  • anti-inflammatory
  • reducing blood sugar levels 

For more information, please visit https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ (keyword search)

How does Chinese green tea differ from Japanese green tea?

Chinese green teas are roasted/baked, have a roasted ‘nutty’ hint and use full leaves, selected for differing quality grades. Japanese green teas are mainly steam-softened, then dried. They often have a a ‘raw green’ taste, come in various forms such as powder and paste, use mature as well as broken leaves and may have additional ingredients such as rice bubbles

Chinese green tea

The founder of the business, En Jie, grew up in the tea country of China - the Fu-Jian province. Through her personal connection and net work, we are able to source the top quality premium Chinese green teas directly from the tea farmers. She visits these tea farmers on a regular base to inspect the plantations, exchange opinions/feedbacks and re-enforce the trusting relationships.  

We are proud of the range and quality of the green teas we offer and seek to expend to bring the real green tea experiences to our customers. 

Organic green tea

We understand the concerns of our customers, in aspects of both health and environment. We not only source our products from only responsible and environmental conscious suppliers, we have been actively sourcing additional organic green teas to offer a complete organic experience. 

All our organic green teas are plantation organic certified - we obtain the organic certificates from our suppliers and request for updates on a regular base. We offer a collection of premium organic green teas, such as organic Dragon Well, organic Bi Luo Chun and organic Mao Feng etc.  

Japanese green tea

We also offer a range of Japanese style green teas such as: Sencha, Genmaicha and Matcha. 

For more information about green tea, please visit: green tea informationgreen tea preparation and storage guide or green tea FAQ.