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Browse Our Selection of Teas:
1. Black Teas:  View Black Teas
Fully oxidized, black tea is the most popular type of tea on the American market and is available in a wide variety of flavors, which vary depending on soil quality, elevation, and time of harvest. Single-estate, loose-leaf teas provide the connoisseur with an array of choices that cannot be found with prepac ...
2. Green Teas:  View Green Teas
Green teas, the earliest form of tea, are processed without oxidation. The resulting leaves infuse to create a light and refreshing drink that should never be diluted with milk or sweetened with sugar or honey. Prized for centuries for their health benefits, green teas are an excellent choice as a relaxing af ...
3. Miscellaneous Teas:  View Miscellaneous Teas
Blends, flavored teas, decaffeinated teas, and herbals -- while they don't fall under any specific style of tea, they are nonetheless popular and satisfying. For those who enjoy something other than a single-estate tea, blends and flavored teas provide a delightful alternative. Decaffeinated teas and herbals ...
4. Oolong Teas:  View Oolong Teas
Oolong (a.k.a. Wu-Long) teas are not fully oxidized, and this processing imparts a lighter flavor than black teas. Often characterized by beautiful, large leaves, which are suitable for multiple infusions, Oolongs are ideal for the Gong Fu method of steeping tea. Stimulating flavor notes make Oolongs a great ...
5. Pre-Chingming Teas:  View Pre-Chingming Teas
The festival of Chingming (Qingming) is a 2,500 year old tradition in which people visit the burial sites of their ancestors to pay respect. It is significant in Chinese tea culture because it serves as a demarcation between a distinct pre-Chingming plucking period and the subsequent plucking period occurrin ...
6. Pu-Erh Teas:  View Pu-Erh Teas
These teas are named after the town of Pu-Erh in the province where the style originated. Produced from large-leaf Yunnan teas, Pu-Erhs are available in loose-leaf, tuo-cha, and cake form. Pu-Erh teas have a strong, earthy flavor and aroma due to a double fermentation during which the tea leaves actually beg ...
7. White Teas:  View White Teas
White teas undergo the least processing of any of type of tea; young leaves are dried to remove all moisture but preserve the delicate picking. Lighter in body than greens, a white tea yields a refined infusion, which is naturally sweet.
8. Yellow Teas:  View Yellow Teas
Yellow tea is processed similarly to green tea but goes through an additional slow-drying phase, resulting in a yellow leaf and liquor.

Browse Our Selection of Accessories:
1. Teaware Accessories:  View Teaware Accessories
Selecting the proper brewing equipment for tea is as essential to brewing a good cup as the quality of the tea leaf itself. While infusing, the leaves should have enough room to fully expand and release all flavor components. Our quality accessories offer a wide assortment of brewing options.




"Upton Tea Imports was founded in 1989 with the objective of providing the North American tea drinker with the finest teas available. We purchase teas from reputable brokers and estates worldwide, dealing only with sources who are capable of providing top quality teas. We sell directly to the consumer, thus ensuring the freshest product and fairest pricing."