Femitu is a tea month club, that have spent five years scouring the globe in search of high quality teas, and we have found teas such as pu-erh from Yunnan, China, black tea from the snowy Himalayas of eastern Nepal, sencha from Shizuoka, Japan, and black tea from Ceylon, Sri Lanka. We are constantly digging into the world's premium tea producing regions, and hundreds of tea growing sites you've never heard of are meticulously mastering their craft to produce some of the world's premium teas. Those all-natural ingredients are known for their health benefits, and premium teas have health-promoting properties such as reducing stress or getting a better night's sleep.
Teas to wake you up in the morning, and teas to make you sleep well at night. Start the day with a sip of steamed green tea from Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, and enjoy the peace and quiet with a book in your hand. Tasting green tea and smelling its fragrance, a light fragrance lingers in the mind. Shizuoka Prefecture has a mild climate and abundant rainfall. The climate and environment here are ideal for the growth of tea trees, and the tea leaves are wide and fat with well-defined veins, which fully absorb nature's nutrients and are washed by the rain and photosynthesized by the sun, resulting in high-quality steamed green tea.
Our worldwide teas provide a healthy balance that you can explore different world cultures while opening the tea box, tasting worldwide tea, smell its fragrance. We curated the Nepal High Mountain Black Tea - Guranse Tea Estate Black Tea, sweet taste with flower-like aroma, the tea garden is organic tea garden through the German TUV agency certification, Canada IMO organic certification, NASAA Australia organic certification, under the strict quality control of the production of quality organic black tea. The higher the altitude, the more it retains the original growing conditions and natural environment, with sufficient rain and warm oxygen, the natural cultivation of plants is not subject to human interference and destruction.
Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea to boiling temperature water. Let the tea steep for 5-7 minutes. For best results, use filtered water (water can really affect the taste of the tea if it is not filtered).