Blooming Tea

Blooming tea is a category of special Chinese tea that has been hand woven together with flowers that unbelievably "blooms" in your cup. Traditionally blooming tea is made with green tea, along with either jasmine, chrysanthemum, osmanthus, lily or amaranth flowers. This is a unique way to invite a moment of calm to your day and also makes the absolute best gift.

Matcha Tea

Matcha is a specially prepared Japanese green tea that has been stone ground into a fine powder. Whether you're looking for the incredible health benefits matcha green tea powder has to offer, are looking to expand your green tea taste experience, or you want a little taste of traditional Japan, we have the matcha you are looking for.

Gifts & Accessories

Are you searching for an original and useful gift for a friend, colleague or relative? How about giving the gift of an opportunity to enjoy tasty and flavorful freshly brewed tea every day? Whether for the home, office, or on the go; our Tealyra tea accessories are always a good idea for any gift giving occasion.

About Us

We dreamt of a place that tea lovers, connoisseurs, and amateurs alike could come together to explore the world of tea. Inspired by pure passion and a respect for authenticity, Tealyra was born. We strive to be a company that will provide you with what you're looking for, help you learn something new, try something new, and discover something new about the second most consumed beverage in the world.

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Complete guide to Huang Shan Bao Zhong oolong tea
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Huang Shan Bao Zhong oolong tea is one of the most rich in flavor and aroma teas. It wonderfully intertwines berry, honey, fruit notes, a fragrant aroma and a long aftertaste without ...
Complete guide to Taiwanese oolong
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Central Taiwan is full of mountains, and here grows some of the highest teas in the world, rivaled only by Indian Darjeeling.
Tea preservation. Part I. Rules, Biochemistry and Refrigeration
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Despite the fact that the communication between man and tea, according to Chinese historians, has been going on for four thousand years, our knowledge about tea continues to evolve and grow. Over the ...
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