Green tea, the fastest growing tea in terms of popularity, is an unfermented tea that undergos minimal processing. The leaves are picked and usually allowed to wither but the process of rolling the leaves, is at this stage skipped. After withering, the leaves are pan fried or fired to prevent oxidation from occurring. The last step is to roll the leaves and dry them one last time for its final shape. The green tea leaves usually remain green.

  • Yunnan green FUSO teabags
    Grown in the Yunnan Province of Southern China, bordering Vietnam, Laos, Burma and the Assam V...

    Yunnan green FUSO teabags


  • Green Tea with Mint and Rose
    Rolled pellets of green 'gunpowder' tea, with spearmint and peppermint and a decorative ...

    Green Tea with Mint and Rose


  • Green tea with Lemongrass and Ginger
    Lemongrass and ginger combined with high grown Nilgiri organic green tea, this classic mixture...

    Green tea with Lemongrass and Ginger


  • Berry Burst
    This extremely popular sweet and fruity blend has high quality black tea, sencha green tea, pa...

    Berry Burst


  • Berried Alive - FUSO teabags
    Our super-popular Berried Alive tea blend is now also available in FUSO japanese teabags. ...

    Berried Alive - FUSO teabags


  • Lilt Tea
    Reminiscent of the famous fizzy pop of the same name and a homage to Little Sparrow's childhoo...

    Lilt Tea