How It Works

  1. We search for the most unique teas from around the world.
  2. We select 5 interesting teas you must try (40g total).
  3. We deliver the teas directly to your door every month.
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Included With Each Order:

  • Flight of five teas, tasting notes and brewing instructions
  • Detailed reviews and product information
  • Free shipping plus a reusable muslin bag to store your teas
  • Surprises like brewing filters, discounts and other fun stuff

People love Steepster Select

  • Interesting teas from new places and companies. I really feel like I can grow my love for tea with each box. An excellent experience all-around.”
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    Experienced Tea Drinker

  • There's no better way to learn about tea.”
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    Aspiring Tea Drinker

  • This is the best way to supplement my tea habit. The teas the Steepster people find are welcome newcomers to my tea stash.”
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    Advanced Tea Drinker

Featured in our latest box

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    Jade Cloud (aka Green Jade)

    by Rishi Tea

    Origin:
    Hubei, China
    Flavors:
    Chestnut, fresh grass, refreshing.
    Description:
    Jade Cloud is pan-fired, oven-baked, and hot-air roasted into a lively, savory tea inspired by the classical Chinese green tea known by the same name, or as Wulu. It comes from the less common but highly regarded Hubei Province.
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    Wuyi Oolong

    by Rishi Tea

    Origin:
    Fujian, China
    Flavors:
    Raisins, orchid, mellow sweetness.
    Description:
    The Wuyi Mountains are the birthplace of oolong tea and the Shui Xian, "Water Sprite" tea bush cultivar. This deep roasted tea perfectly expresses the style and terroir of China’s famed Fujian Province: fruity, floral, and sweet.
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    Dragon Well (Long Jing)

    by Rishi Tea

    Origin:
    Anhui, China
    Flavors:
    Baked grass, nutty.
    Description:
    Long Jing, or "Dragon Well," is a classic green tea that undergoes special pan-firing and hand-shaping in hot woks to give the tender leaves a flat, blade shape. This is perhaps the most famous green tea from China.
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    Dai Bai Cha Jasmine

    by Steepster

    Origin:
    Sichuan, China
    Flavors:
    Floral, aromatic, slightly dry.
    Description:
    Sichuan is has a reputation for its spring picked green teas like this Da Bai Cha. The buds are dried with fragrant jasmine petals to create a heady and mesmerizing brew. The sweetness of the jasmine is all natural and holds up through several steeps.
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    Wild Chrysanthemum Flower

    by Steepster

    Origin:
    Huangshan, China
    Flavors:
    Floral sweetness, herbaceous.
    Description:
    These delicate wild flowers are hand gathered and withered in the sun. The subtle floral bouquet, refreshing aftertaste, and lack of caffeine make it a perfect late night brew. Feeling experimental? Mix these with any of the other teas this month to create a brand new blend!

The vast offering of distinct regional teas in China make it a treasure chest for true tea lovers. While many countries have several tea growing regions, China has more than any other place on earth. The range of characteristics imbued in China’s teas are affected by each region’s unique soil, climate, and altitude - exactly like wine. This month’s box features teas from some of China’s most famous and interesting areas. Check our blog for more detailed information about each of the locations and the tea they produce.

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