Mayaka Organic Oriental Tea Collection (tea bags)

The perfect assortment of organic Oriental tea to present to your guests or to give as a gift.

FORMAT : Loose tea leaf; 2g x 50 assorted tea bags & 1 blooming flower tea
The Mayaka Organic Oriental Tea Collection is the perfect assortment to discover the five most popular teas of East Asia. This is the perfect gift for any novice tea drinker as well as connoisseurs, and ideal for your tasting enjoyment at home. In its convenient tea bag packaging, this is the perfect drink for any occasion.
Mayaka always provides to its valued customers a wide variety of high grade oriental teas and a delightful experience. Following our strict standards, our teas are of finest quality, 100% natural, without chemical additives.

Mayaka Organic Tea is approved by IMO, one of the first and most renowned international agencies for inspection, certification and quality assurance for organic production. IMO is recognized by the Conseil des Appellations Réservées et des Termes Valorisants (CARTV). CARTV acts as the supervisory authority designated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Quebec.

White Tea:
Mayaka White tea is made from freshly harvested tea buds and young tea leaves grown in the renowned fields of Fujian Province, where the art of cultivating premium tea leaves has transcended for centuries. Highly regarded for its smooth and mild flavor, our premium white tea offers a light bodied, yet rich taste with a faint floral sweetness.

Jasmine Green Tea:
Mayaka Jasmine Green Tea is well renowned for its purity and great taste. Made from carefully selected jasmine flowers and high quality Chinese green tea leaves, our tea delivers a delicate yet very aromatic fragrance.

Sencha Japanese Green Tea:
Japanese Sencha is the most commonly enjoyed green tea variety in Japan. Our Mayaka green tea leaves are meticulously cultivated during early summer to harvest the first flush of green tea, known as the highest grade of leaves. By steaming the freshly gathered leaves at very high temperature to prevent oxidation, Japanese Sencha can preserve its freshness, rich color and mildly sweet flavor.

Chinese Green Tea:
Mayaka Chinese Green Tea is made from carefully selected tea leaves grown from the best fields in China. They are meticulously roasted after harvest, which enhances all of its flavors. Chinese green tea provides a slightly stronger and enhanced aroma when compared to Japanese green tea.

Oolong Tea
Mayaka Oolong Tea is made from carefully selected tea leaves grown from the renowned mountain tea fields of China. Oolong tea is known for its floral and fruity taste, with a sweet aftertaste. As one of the most popular Chinese teas, Oolong tea possesses the qualities of both black and green teas.

Blooming Flower Tea
Our beautiful blooming flower tea is the perfect centerpiece for impressing guests or simply for personal enjoyment. Splendidly handcrafted with high quality leaves such as green tea, jasmine, chrysanthemum and other natural flowers, the flower tea slowly blooms in front of your eyes when infused with hot water.


Hot Tea:
-Infuse one tea bag in a cup of water for 2-5 minutes, depending on desired strength of the brew.

Blooming Flower Tea:
-Prepare a see-through teapot or large cup and put the blooming flower tea in the pot.
-Pour hot water up to fill up the teapot or large cup
-Sit back and watch the flower bloom for 3 to 5 minutes, the tea leaves will gradually open and the flower will slowly emerge.
-Serve the tea in small cups. You can re-infuse the flower 2-3 times.
-Fill up the transparent pot with cold water to preserve the flower for decoration. Dispose the flower within 24 hours of the first brew.

Iced Tea:
For 1 liter of iced tea
-Infuse 3 teabags with 500ml of hot water for 5 minutes. Depending on the desired strength of the brew, the infusion time is up to personal preference.
-Remove the teabags and pour 500ml of cold water. Stir.
Iced Lemon Tea: Add sugar and lemon juice according to taste
Iced Milk Tea: Add milk or cream and sugar according to taste