Our Golden Blends have been created throughout the years to suit every occasion and cater to the taste buds of every enthusiast and connoisseur. We do our utmost to maintain consistent high quality in our teas. This is something that seems to be appreciated, since our Golden Blends have gained great popularity in and outside Sweden.
The calm one
For the person that enjoys their tea in the evenings, to relax and unwind and find some peace in one’s hectic day.
The strong one
Give a strong tea to someone who likes a beverage with a punch. Full-bodied teas with sting to them.
For those who are curious to taste the teas of the world and get inspired. Daydreaming away to distant lands.
The sun worshiper
For those who long for summer and want to reminisce of the sweet flavors and aromas of freshly cut grass, flowers, fruits and berries.
A mythical and elusive verity light and subtle in flavour with often floral sweet notes
Comforting flavours of honey, stone fruits or roasted almonds and much more
A verdant flavour alternativ with often hints of vegetal, marine, umami and freshly cut grass
A broad variety of flavour profiles. From almonds, hazelnuts and honey to much more floral notes of orchid and lilac
The latest additions to our tea library, carefully selected by us.
Asanoka Shincha 2021
Oat porridge aroma with a sweet Amalfi lemon finish, a rich and balanced First Flush Sencha.249,00 SEK Buy
The most elegant, exclusive of teas, with fresh, algal aroma and a rounded sweetness.169,00 SEK Buy
Exceptionally sweet, with notes of hazelnuts, brown sugar and roasted pecans.179,00 SEK Buy
Huang Shan Bao Zhong Oolong Organic
This Bao Zhong is somewhat a more oxidized giving the tea a slight more roasted, nuttier tone whilst still exhibiting its rather heavenly floral notes.99,00 SEK Buy
Zhejiang Wu Lu “Misty Green” Organic
Crisp, tangy and light, with a sweet and slightly corny aftertaste.99,00 SEK Buy
All our organic teas have been certified in order to maintain and guarantee their quality.
These selected gardens and farmers promote biodiversity by using organic and biodynamic farming methods, allowing wildlife and local flora to flourish alongside tea farming. Continuous researches and initiatives are being undertaken to utilize natural resources rather than chemical fertilizers to protect and enhance natural soil quality and microbial activity.