Pure, fresh loose-leaf tea from small family farms

The finest loose-leaf tea from trusted artisan farmers & experts.

Our teas are not commodities; they are hand-crafted products from real individuals who set a fair price and take pride in their land & techniques to produce the best tea possible.
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Rare and exclusive loose leaf teas only available from Verdant Tea.

Our friends trust us to respect their unique tea, so our rigorously curated tea collection comes from tea farmers who otherwise never export their teas or sell outside of their village.
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The freshest green tea each season, air-shipped at the source.

For the best seasonal teas, we cut out the middle men and ship directly from the farm to your cup. Try the freshest tea of the season and taste seasonal tea as it was meant to be.
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Fresh Spring Harvest of Mrs. Li's Shi Feng Dragonwell

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Metallic Jingdezhen Tea Pots are 25% off

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Silver Buds Yabao is back in stock

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Eight Treasures Yabao blend back in stock

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April 23rd, 2014 @ 11:00pmMaster Han's 2014 Wild-Picked Sheng Pu'er is here, and we couldn't be more excited! This brand new tea premieres Friday, April 25th - for the first ... read more

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Master Han's 2014 Wild-Picked Sheng Pu'er premieres Friday! Get the first look & read the full story on Master Han: http://t.co/g434hVRMX7
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    Why should you use a Gaiwan? - Wang Huimin

    Mrs. Li's thoughts on Being a Tea Farmer