We sell large quantities of Matcha tea wholesale in bulk and is one of our best sellers. We supply many established businesses with our Matcha for ingredients to restaurants, coffee shops. cafes, caterers, tea houses, smoothie shops, juice bars and franchises throughout the USA.
Wholesale Rooibos Teas - Bulk - Organic Loose Leaf - Fine Cut - CAFFEINE FREE
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Pronounced "roy-boss" and means "red bush" in Afrikaans. The Rooibos Latin name is aspalathus linearis. Studies have shown this tea is comparable to green tea in the amounts of polyphenols it contains. It shows anti-mutagenic, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral activity. In fact, it has much more antioxidants of green tea.
Yinzhen literally means "Silver Needle" in Chinese and is the Dom Perignon of white teas. Supreme Yinzhen silver needle tea is the rarest of all white teas, finest grade and the most superior of all teas. This scrumptious all bud white tea from the world renowned Fujian province in central China is obviously a cut above. It is lower in caffeine than other teas too.
The pure clean character and woody tone stands out with a lingering, smooth finish makes this quite memorable. This delicate tea is delicous and refreshing without sugar and truly invigorating. Brew 1 1/2 to 2 teaspoons Per Cup in water temporature of 180 degrees F 3 - 4 minutes.
We feature an organic pu erh loose leaf tea which is a well-made even leaf style and steeps a strong cup.
Pu-erh Tea Loose Leaf is a fully fermented tea which can only be made with a specific variety of broad-leaf tea plant.
Pu-erh or Puer tea is a fermented tea, named after Pu'er county in Yunnan, China. It is a very unusual tea, because unlike other teas which are consumed within two years after harvest, it can be over 50 years old and is usually aged at least 1-4 years. Over this time it acquires an earthy flavour which is due to fermentation.
Why Organic? Our organic Teas are certified by the Organic Crop Improvement Association International (OCIA) which is one of the world's oldest, largest and most trusted leaders in the organic certification industry. A nonprofit, member-owned, agricultural organization, OCIA is dedicated to providing the highest quality organic certification services and access to global organic markets.
As providers and consumers of certified organic production, OCIA is committed to environmentally sound stewardship.
What is Oolong Tea? Oolong tea originates from Fujian province in China. Just as varying fermentation processes produce different wines, tealeaves are processed in different ways to develop into three distinctive types of tea: Green, Oolong and Black. While Green Tea is unfermented and Black Tea is 100% fermented, Oolong tea is considered semi-fermented, with a rate of 20% to 50%.
Our herbal tea blends are all natural! All the herbs used in our blends are ethically gathered at peak potency. Our herbs and teas are free of pesticides and herbicides, and are not fumigated or irradiated. All the flavoring used in Island Teas blends are pure and natural too.
We sell exotic herbal tea blends with mangosteen, goji berry, acai, jasmine, lemongrass, red tea and mint leaves.
Green Tea has long been valued in China for its miraculous medicinal properties for the maintenance of good health. It has been said in China "it is better to drink Green Tea than take medicine".
Green Tea has been receiving much attention lately. As a result, we now have many medical reports and studies by accredited institutions concluding that Green Tea does contain many healthful and healing properties. Drinking Green Tea has been shown to provide the human body with numerous health enhancing components.
Organic tea is produced by farmers who emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations (USDA). Certified organic tea in the United States is grown according to standards set by the National Organic Program.
According to those standards, Organic tea is produced without using most conventional pesticides; fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients or sewage sludge; bioengineering; or ionizing radiation.