November's Featured Teas:
         

"CelebrateWithTea" Coupon:
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San Francisco International Tea Festival - 2013
We are pleased to confirm the date of our 2nd Tea Festival -- Sunday, March 10, 2013. New details will be posted as soon as they become available. Images from our first festival are now posted on:  http://sfinternationalteafestival.com/  Please check back often for news and updates.

Tea House News:  Stay tuned for upcoming holiday gift ideas and a special one-on-one tea event with Roy. He will be offering his interpreation of Takada-San's Happy Tea Ceremony.


Liu An Gau Pinn
Liu An Gua Pian

This top ten famous tea of China comes from the prestigious tea growing region of China's Liu An county of the Anhui province. The unusual name of Gua Pian is said to come from the flat shaped leaf tea when compared to the appearance of a unripe white watermelon seed (Gua Zi in Chinese). Liu An Gua Pian enjoys a long and illustrious history as one of the most prized teas since the Tang Dynasty.   . . .  Read More
Monkey Picked Tie Guan Yin

Monkey-Picked Tie Guan Yin has been Imperial Tea Court's signature tea ever since we opened our doors in the summer of 1993. The tea that was wild grown in the Wuyi Mountains was once so rare and difficult to harvest that it was said only monkeys could gather leaves from such inaccessible mountainsides. . . . . Read More
Monkey Picked Tie Guan Yin
Hong Yu
Hong Yu

Hong Yu (meaning Red Jade) has been the new darling of the modern era Asian black tea drinkers. Hybridized from Assam and Oolong tea, this bold new tea boasts a remarkably long, twisted leaf that resembles a well-made Puchong or Wuyi Oolong. Imperial Tea Court's first Hong Yu is wafting with an inviting, fruity aroma. It's full bodied texture and its almost minty finish is unique only to itself.    . . . Read More
Imperial Gyokuro

We are excited to present our only Gyokuro offering for 2012. This renowned Japanese tea is shaded for 20 days prior to harvest to enhance color, flavor, and nutrients. The Imperial Gyokuro comes from Uji, the region where Gyokuro's unusual and complicated growing technique was invented.    . . . Read More
Imperial Gyokuro
Formosa Bai Hao Oolong
Formosa Bai Hao Oolong

Taiwan's classic "Formosa Oolong," which is often marketed as "Oriental Beauty" or "Champagne Oolong" today. It is flamboyantly aromatic, in taste and perfume often reminiscent of ripe peaches but in any case more deliciously fruity than any other tea you will find.   . . . Read More
 
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