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Discover our fascinating variety of teas

At Teaflower, everything revolves around choice and variety. Like at our large stand at the Viktualienmarkt in Munich. Our range of teas is like a trip around the world that will delight your senses. Here are just a few of the treasures we have in store for you.

Which type of tea is your personal favorite journey? Join us on a world tour of taste with Teaflower.



Enjoy the timeless flavors of black tea, green tea and oolong tea, which are unsurpassed in their purity and elegance.



Fruity temptations

Discover fruity teas with refreshing flavors like raspberry, lemon, mango and more.


Flower teas & edible flowers

Flower magic

Let yourself be enchanted by the delicate floral teas and edible flowers that bring a touch of nature to your cup.


Tea & Herbs

Medicinal herbs

Pure herbs brewed as tea offer a variety of active ingredients. Browse through our pure plants and herbs.


Tea & Herbs

Health awareness

Our selection of wellness teas and Ayurvedic teas promotes your well-being from the inside out.



Exotic adventures

Explore exciting tea blends that combine spices and flavors from around the world.


Tea, herbs and superfoods

Organic certified

We are proud to offer a wide range of organic certified teas, herbs and superfoods to boost both your taste buds and your wellbeing.


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Types of tea

The world of tea is fascinating and diverse. As one of the oldest beverages known to mankind, tea has deep cultural and historical significance in various cultures around the globe. In this article, we take a look at some of the world's most well-known teas and their unique properties.

1. Green tea

Green tea, mainly known from China and Japan, is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis, which are not fermented. In China, the tea is often roasted, which gives it a more earthy taste, while in Japan, steamed teas such as Sencha and Matcha are popular, which are characterized by their fresh and slightly grassy taste.

2. Black tea

Black tea, the most highly fermented type of tea, is particularly popular in India, Sri Lanka (Ceylon) and China. Famous Indian varieties include Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiri, which are characterized by their richness and aromaticity. Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka is known for its bright color and strong flavor.

3. White tea

White tea, produced mainly in China, is the least processed tea. It is characterized by a delicate, light flavor. Well-known varieties such as Bai Hao Yin Zhen (Silver Needle) and Bai Mu Dan (White Peony) are made from young leaves and buds, which have a subtle, sweet flavor.

4. Oolong tea

Oolong tea, a traditional Chinese tea variety, is partially fermented and falls between green and black teas in terms of taste. It varies greatly in taste, from sweet and fruity to thick and earthy. Well-known varieties are Tieguanyin and Da Hong Pao.

5. Pu-Erh tea

Pu-erh, a fermented tea from China's Yunnan province, is known for its earthy flavor. Sold in aged cakes or bricks, it is allowed to age for years, allowing its flavor to evolve.

6. Herbal teas

Although not strictly speaking tea, as they do not come from the Camellia sinensis, herbal teas are popular around the world. They are made from a variety of herbs, spices, flowers and fruits. Popular examples include chamomile tea, peppermint tea and rooibos tea from South Africa.

7. Chai

Chai, a flavored tea from India, is traditionally prepared with spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and black pepper. It is often served with milk and sugar and offers a rich and warming taste experience.

8. Matcha

Matcha, a Japanese green tea, has gained popularity worldwide in recent years. It is ground into a fine powder and traditionally frothed with a bamboo whisk in a tea ceremony. Matcha is known for its intense flavor and health benefits.

Each type of tea offers a unique taste experience and reflects the culture and history of its country of origin. The world of tea is a fascinating universe full of flavors, traditions and discoveries waiting to be explored.