Introducing Shui Jingui
Our second oolong from the Wuyishan Ecological Preserve.
Sweeps of Aquamarine and Gold
Mid-century inspired ceramics by Erin Louise Clancy.
Introducing Red Lily
A common cultivar reaches for greater heights.
Our commitment to our community
Though city and nationwide responses to the Covid-19 pandemic evolve daily, our focus at Song Tea remains steady. We will continue to put the best interest of our community first, and the tea studio will remain closed to the public for the foreseeable future. When we look back on this moment in history, we hope that we can take pride in our response as part of the cure.
So let us bring our tea to you! Our online shop remains open, and domestic orders will continue to ship for free. Our small team is available by email and by phone for anything you may need. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch! You an integral part of what we do, and we are confident that will be able to share a pot of tea together soon.
Peter and your friends at Song Tea
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A few of our favorite things.
Tea & ceramics of exceptional quality and character.
Each year, we assemble a collection of traditional, rare and experimental tea from China and Taiwan. We look for skillfully crafted leaves from clean growing regions – teas with structure, texture, and complexity. More importantly, every tea in the collection needs to be delicious. →