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Weight: 0.8825 OZ(25g)
As Natural As It Gets - A Limited 100-Box Harvest Of The Wild's Purest Teas.
Wild Green Tea

Veiled in misty peaks, our wild Kaishan Baimao green tea unveils a buttery richness that blossoms into layers of subtle sweetness, following an initial hint of bitterness. Crisp apple notes mingle with a lingering vegetal finish.

Wild Oolong Tea

Hailing from a Wuyi Mountain tea family, our artisan has over 15 years of expertise in handcrafting traditional-style Wuyi Rock Tea and black tea, having learned the art from a young age by apprenticing with family members.

Wild Black Tea

Wildly harvested in Nanning at 900m, our Gongfu red tea boasts a ruby hue and luscious floral fragrance. Each robust sip delivers layers of ripe berries, spice, and a honeyed sweetness that lingers pleasantly.

Wild Dark Tea

A 13th-generation masterpiece, this wild Qu Jiang Pian dark tea is cultivated at 1000m in Yiyang. Expect unmatched richness, an aged aroma of oak and leather, with nuances of molasses and cocoa in a velvety, lingering sweetness.

Wild White Tea

Plucked wild in Fuding, our Bai Mu Dan white tea features downy silver needles releasing a dewy floral bouquet mingled with sun-ripened fruits and meadow sweetness. Each sip delivers a mellow, soothing creaminess.

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Nature's Purest Bounty, Yours for $5

Indulge in a breathtaking exploration of the wild's most coveted flavors. 5 masterfully crafted teas, wildly harvested - all yours for $5.

What's Special About Wild Tea

Wild Green Tea Origin

  • Kaishan Town, Hezhou, Guangxi, China
  • Altitude: 1000 meters

These wild green teas are plucked deep within the ancient forests of Hezhou's Kaishan region. "To find the trees growing around 1,000 meters, I must trek over rugged mountain paths - it takes 4-5 hours each way," explains local farmer Shanren Chen. Blanketed in perpetual mist with rich, fertile soil, this is the ideal environment for these wild buds to thrive. "That's why my tea is three times the price of others," he notes proudly.

Wild Black Tea Origin

  • Daming Mountain area, Shanglin County, Nanning, Guangxi, China
  • Altitude: 900 meters

Our wild black teas hail from the remote Daming Mountain slopes of Nanning, where farmer Jiamei Huang reveals her great-grandfather's generation originally planted the untamed bushes, then left untended - allowing the leaves to re-root and flourish naturally. Every spring harvest, she embarks on a tea-picking journey, riding a motorcycle for half an hour and then hiking for hours into the cloud-covered peaks. Eating sticky rice cakes, she meticulously hand-picks the scattered wild tea leaves

Wild Oolong Tea Origin

  • Li Jiang Village, Longsheng County, Guilin, Guangxi, China
  • Altitude: 1000 meters

Our wild oolong tea emerge from remote gardens nestled deep within Guilin's Jianxin Nature Reserve, a misty mountain realm where humidity hovers around 90%. "But locating those primordial bushes rooted in the peaks is an arduous trek." Tea Farmers Liu Hai. "We must cut through treacherous primeval forests where villagers have encountered bears, pit vipers, and wild boars." Even our photographer took nasty falls along the way, hiking boots coming unglued.

Wild White Tea Origin

  • Nodou Town, Fuding City, Ningde City, Fujian Province, China
  • Altitude: 600 meters

Our wild white teas hail from Guanyang Village in Fuding, situated at the coveted 120°E, 27°N latitude - a geographic parallel akin to the "golden latitudes" prized for fine wines, representing the pinnacle of white tea quality. As local artisan Naihai Zhu explains, "White tea has the fewest processing steps, yet mastering it is most difficult - you need the finest raw material."


Wild Dark Tea Origin

  • Anhua County, Yiyang City, Hunan Province, China
  • Altitude: 1000 meters

Wild Dark tea comes from Anhua, Hunan. Our partner, tea master Gaoyang Luo, comes from a long line of tea experts, with 13 generations producing Anhua dark tea. His son has also joined us. The wild tea trees here are lush and of excellent quality. Every year during the harvest season, he and his family have to walk for several hours on rugged mountain roads to find the scattered wild tea buds in the deep mountains.

Shangren Chen

Wild Green Tea Farmers

A seasoned tea artisan with over 35 years of experience, Chen hails from the renowned green tea region and excels in crafting wild white green tea. crafting wild white green tea.

Jiamei Huang

Wild Black Tea Farmers

Growing up as a tea lover, he has more than 15 years of experience in making wild black tea and wild green tea under the guidance of experienced master teachers.

Hai Liu

Wild Oolong Tea Farmers

Native to the Wuyi Mountains, he comes from a Wuyi Rock Tea family. With 15+ years of experience, he has handcrafted traditional Wuyi Yan Cha since learning from his father as a child.

Naihan Zhu

Wild White Tea Farmers

Traditional white tea processing master from the famous Fuding Bai Hao production area. He has been involved in tea making since he was a young boy and has more than 45 years of experience in the craft.

Gaoyang Luo

Wild Dark Tea Farmers

Senior Tea Master, from a 13-generation tea making family, started to participate in tea making at the age of 10, and now has more than 35 years of experience in tea making, specializing in dark tea.

Loose Leaf & Full Leaf Tea Bags

Whole Leaves, Just Tear, Pour, and Steep.

Easy to Use. Each tea bag is pre-measured for a perfect cup every time. No need for spoons or scales. Our large-capacity single-serving products also offer loose leaf tea bag options for even greater convenience, allowing you to enjoy a good cup of tea anytime, anywhere.

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The tea has passed the EU food-grade pesticide residue standards.

Protecting Nature, One Sip at a Time: iTeaworld's Pledge

iTeaworld is committed to sustainable development, championing eco-friendly practices and utilizing recyclable packaging. We use FSC-certified paper and soybean oil ink for our packaging, along with biodegradable corn starch for our tea bags. Additionally, iTeaworld is dedicated to safeguarding century-old trees from pest infestations.


Preserving Centennial Trees: Our Commitment

Centuries-old trees facing pest damage and survival challenges. iTeaworld collaborates with Guilin Agricultural Bureau to establish conservation sanctuaries, transplanting and caring for over 3000 ancient tea trees.

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