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Abe's Earl Grey Sencha Green Tea combines India's smooth and delicate Earl Grey Tea with Japan’s favorite and most widely drank tea, Sencha. The citrus of the Earl Grey compliments the flavor of the cherry blossom in the Sencha to create a truly unique blend and flavor.
Abe's Earl Grey Sencha can give you that much needed energy boost to get you through the day. It can also increase your brain’s cognitive functions to help you stay focused.
Best when steeped for 5 min. at 85 °c£10.94
Abe's Tamaryokucha is sourced out of the finest tea gardens in Kyushu Japan. This province is known for producing Ureshino tea. Identifiable by its curly leaves and fruity flavor, Tamaryokucha is a favorite in southern Japan. A combination of aromatic herbs, an almond finish, and a fresh aroma makes this tea a well-rounded blend.
Abe's Tamaryokucha can drastically increase the antioxidant capacity in the blood which decreases the risk of heart disease.
Abe's Gember-Sencha Green Tea takes two of the world’s favorite teas from China and Japan, combining them delicately to make a refreshing, stimulating, and energetic brew. Having prevalent notes of ginger and the classic flavor of Sencha, this tea is a crowd pleaser.
Abe's Gember-Sencha can boost dopamine levels and increase the production of alpha brain waves to decrease anxiety levels.
Best when steeped for 3 to 4 min. at 85°c£12.79
Abe's Ikebana Green Tea takes Japan’s favorite tea Sencha and expounds on the classic blend by adding blueberry for a fruity, refreshing flavor. Sunflower petals are also added for a floral aroma, and to top it off, bergamot. This is the perfect refreshing tea for the mid-afternoon served hot or cold.
Abe's Ikebana Green Tea is known for very high contents of EGCG which helps protect the skin against sun damage and other irritants.
Abe's World's Rooftop Oolong Tea is grown in the highest regions of India. Also known as Black Dragon, The Worlds Rooftop Tea is a semi-fermented tea with sichuan spice, pistachio blossoms, and an almond finish.
Abe's World's Rooftop Tea contains blood adaptogens, known to help the body's vital functions in a changing environment to maintain a healthy state of equilibrium.
Abe’s Smoked Pai Mu Tan has taken the delicate Pai Mu Tan with all of its subtleties and smoked it over cedar wood. This gives it a slightly fuller taste by absorbing all of the flavors and aroma of the wood.
Abe's Smoked Pai Mu Tan can increase liver health.
Abe's Bayadere is a classic yellow tea with added passion fruit and a few rose petals. This creates a fruitier flavor with the familiar floral aroma of traditional white teas.
Abe’s Bayadere is low in caffeine content which helps increase circulation and reduce blood pressure.
Best when steeped for 2 to 10 min. at 75 °c£17.49
Abe's Blue Riders Green Tea is sourced out of China in the Anhui Province. Being another Chun Mee Tea It is one of the oldest green teas dating back to the Ming Dynasty in the 1600's. It is a Mint bodied Tea with notes of Mango and a floral undertone giving it a very pleasant aroma.
Abe's Blue Riders Tea can reduce your appetite, making it the perfect tea to boost your metabolism and promote weight loss.
Best when steeped for 3 to 4 min. at 75 °c£12.19
Abe's 2006 Pu Erh Green Tea is sourced from the banks of the Lancang River in the Yunnan Province of China. It is unfermented and not oxidized, thus it retains its color, and more importantly, its flavor. This tea is known as a delicious green tea with a mild hazelnut finish.
This special blend of Pur Erh is known especially for its ability to lower bad cholesterol.
Abe's Ceylon Tea is named after the region Ceylon, now known as Sri Lanka. This region’s high humidity and low temperatures, combined with a high yearly rain fall, gives this black tea a full bodied taste with a complimenting smooth and sweet aroma.
Abe's Ceylon Tea can increase pulmonary health and reduce asthma symptoms
Best when steeped for 3 to 4 min. at 85 °c...
Abe’s Keemun Congou Tea played a major role in Chinese culture dating back to 1875. It was used in Congou Tea ceremonies where the tea was the emphasis rather than the ceremony. Grown exclusively in Anhui province in China in tea gardens hidden between the Yellow Mountains and the Yangtze River, Abe's Keemun Congou Tea is both sweet and spicy with floral undertones and a very flamboyant aroma.
Abe's Keemun Congou Tea can reduce the production of hormones causing stress, keeping you relaxed.
Abe’s Lapsang Souchong Tea is known as one of the best teas in China, and is said to be the oldest black tea in the world. The tea leaves are smoked in a bamboo basket over a pinewood fire. This smoking technique creates a unique flavor with a subtle hint of spice.
Abe's Lapsang Souchong Tea contains extremely high levels of anti-oxidants which can help relieve headaches.
Keemun Da Bie is grown exclusively in the Anhui province in China where the tea gardens hide between the Yellow Mountains and the Yangtze River. Keemun Da Bie is considered a relatively new tea at only 143 years old. Abe's Keemun Da Bie Tea is known for its floral fragrances resembling orchids, honey undertones, and a hint of cocoa. It is a refined tea with slightly smoky notes.
Abe's Keemun Da Bie Tea is rich in the hormone that prevents hair loss.