Our teas

Wild & Care Co. teas are authentic, organic, and ultra-premium.

We offer Chinese Artisan Teas in nine categories, all hand-sourced from remote regions of China.

From invigorating green tea to the rare and elusive yellow tea, from soothing herbal blends to pu-erh tea filled with ancient splendor, each cup of Wild & Bare Co. tea brings unexpected pleasures.

  • Pu-erh Tea

    Pu-erh Tea

    Pu-erh tea is famed for its health benefits, low levels of caffeine and soothing, natural taste. Its rich, 1,700-year history is replete with stories about pu-erh's value as a commodity and delight as a drink. It is regarded by tea connoisseurs as the King of Tea.

  • Green Tea

    Green Tea

    Green tea's global popularity is a consequence of its wondrous benefits. To make it, fresh leaves are fired within hours after they are picked, sealing in precious nutrients and antioxidants.

  • Black Tea

    Black Tea

    Although widely known in the West as black tea, the Chinese refer to this drink as red tea. By either name, this tea is the most popular in the world. Production requires complete oxidation to bring out the tea's complex and deeply fragrant notes.

  • Oolong Tea

    Oolong Tea

    This family of tea is classified between black and green. The various intensities of fragrances are determined by the different levels of oxidation that occur in the tea leaves. With its diverse array of aromas, oolong offers the most variety of any tea.

  • White Tea

    White Tea

    The rare and delicate white tea thrives on cool, mist-covered hills. White tea is almost completely unprocessed, and its tender buds are packed with polyphenols, catechins and other nutrients.

  • Yellow Tea

    Yellow Tea

    The legendary yellow tea is produced by covering the tea leaves, traditionally with straw, which turns the green leaves yellow. Only a few tea masters have the knowledge needed to produce this artisanal tea variety, making each year's vintage especially prized.

  • Scented Tea

    Scented Tea

    Chinese tea artisans scent their teas by adding rose, jasmine, lotus, or lychee flowers. The tea is placed in wooden chests and covered with layer after layer of blossoms to allow the delicate scents to seep into the leaves.

  • Blooming Tea

    Blooming Tea

    Blooming tea originated in Yunnan Province, which is known as the birthplace of Chinese tea. Artisans working high in the mountains hand-tie each bundle of blossom tea, carrying on a tradition of craftsmanship that has been passed down for centuries.

  • Herbal Tea

    Herbal Tea

    Our herbal teas do not contain the traditional tea leaves of the camellia sinensis plant and, thus, are naturally caffeine-free. The flowers and fruits are allowed to slowly wither, allowing the natural moisture to evaporate before being sun dried.

  • Specialty Tea Products

    Specialty Tea Products

    In our tireless exploration of the world of tea, we sometimes come across products that recommend themselves to tea lovers. These items naturally complement the rest of our product line either in their artisanship or pure functionality.

  • Jingdezhen China Tea Sets

    Jingdezhen China Tea Sets

    For 1,800 years, Chinese tea connoisseurs have known that delicate Jingdezhen China tea sets contribute to the enjoyment of tea. After Emperor Zhenzong decreed that Jingdezhen would exclusively produce all porcelain used by the imperial court, the industry flourished and continued to prosper through the Song, Ming, and Qing Dynasties.

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