Top 10 World’s Rarest and Most Expensive Tea That You Might Not Know

Our day starts with tea, but the tea we drink is $4 to $5 per kg. But there are some rare tea or tea leaves in the world that cost millions of US dollars. So, I will tell you the top 10 most expensive teas in the world.

Everything seems incomplete without a cup of tea, whether it’s the guests or the talking with friends.  Some people may have tasted one or two types of tea, while there are many such unique flavors worldwide.

So let me tell you about the most expensive tea in the world. Some of the Tea’s prices is the highest, and you will not believe that a modest tea will be so expensive?

10. Tienchi Flower Tea

Tienchi Flower Tea

This tea is produced in the Yunnan area of China. The Tienchi flower is also known as Panax Notoginseng.” Which means “Cure-All” means medicine of all things.

That is why this tea is also known as the healthiest tea in the whole world. Because the tea is made from these flowers, drinking it cleanses your body.

Apart from this, this tea also helps people suffering from insomnia. This tea is working in curing most skin diseases, and if we talk about the price of this tea, which repairs the immune system, then its price is about $164 per kilo.

9. Silver Tips Imperial Tea

Silver Tips Imperial Tea

Silver Tips Imperial Tea is produced in Makai Bari, 33 km south of Darjeeling in India. This tea is broken only in the light of the moon. Because the sun’s rays affect its aura and fragrance, you will be surprised to know that only certain people break the buds of this tea, who belong to the Makaibari tea garden.

On the full moon night, the torch is taken in hand, or the plantation workers of the corn garden pluck their buds. Just as you pick up the gold coins scattered on the ground; its leaves are picked up. Every year Silver Tips Imperial tea is produced only between 50 to 100 KG.

Most of its buyers are from Japan, Britain, and America. In which the Royal Family of Britain is also included. The name Silver Tips Imperial was derived from their silver-like leaves. And its fragrance is excellent. Apart from this, it makes the drinker completely relaxed.

People say that it is the nectar found on earth, and it is worth more than any tea that originated in India because, in the year 2014, 3 foreign buyers bought this tea for $2,327 per kg. The price of this tea is approx. $400 per kilogram.

8. Gyokuro Tea

Gyokuro Tea

In Japanese, Gyokuro means “Dew of jewels.” This tea is grown in Uji, Japan. The leaves of this tea are dried in the sun for 2 weeks without crushing them. Due to this process, amino acids are formed in it, which gives it its world-famous taste.

The method of making Gyokuro Tea is different from the other methods of making tea. It is said that when it is harvested, it has to be removed from the sun 2 weeks before.

It is considered like green tea, but the darker its color, the more its taste increases, and if we talk about the price of this particular tea, then it is approx. $650 per kg.

7. Poo Poo Pu-Erh Tea

Poo Poo Pu-Erh Tea

The history of Poo Poo Pu-Erh dates back to the 18th century. At that time, the doctors of China had come to know that this tea can act as a medicine.

However, this tea is not prepared from the leaves, and neither does it have any plant. Some people may find it a bit strange to hear how it is made.

Because this tea tree is made with the help of insects found on plants, there the insects eat the tea leaves, and the part of those leaves fall down, and this tea is made by collecting them.

So, according to some people, Taiwanese farmers collect the feces of these insects and then make this tea. In Chinese Yunnan, it is sold for approx. $1,000 per kg.

6. Tieguanyin Tea

Tieguanyin Tea

This tea is named after a Buddhist master. Whose name was Guanyin which is included in the list of most expensive tea in the world?  This tea is also produced only in China.

The specialty of this tea is that many times it is boiled or the tea becomes colored. Its taste is wonderful, and it is also considered good for our bodies.

This tea is considered to be a tea between black tea and green tea, and the best part is that it has so much flavor in one leaf that it can be used for 7 cups of tea. That is, you can make 7 cups of tea from its 1 leaf. Maybe that’s why this tea is sold for approx. $3,000 per kg.

5. Yellow Gold Tea Buds

Yellow Gold Tea Buds

This tea is grown in Singapore. The leaves of this tea are yellow and have a golden print on these leaves. This tea is considered good in terms of health, and the special thing is that the leaves of this tea are plucked only once a year.

Only one day is broken with gold scissors at a particular place. TWG Company has a lot of fans of tea, but due to limited stock, very few and lucky people get it. Maybe that’s why the cost of 1 kg is approx. $3,000+.

4. Vintage Narcissus Wuyi Oolong Tea

Vintage Narcissus Wuyi Oolong Tea

This tea comes from a 50-year-old tea box. It is quite old and vintage. Another specialty of this is also believed to be that this tea was grown on the famous Wuyi mountain. This 20 kg box has been traveling from place to place since the year 1960.

It was once in China, then went to Singapore, and finally, a Hong Kong vintage collector bought it. Many myths and stories related to this tea make it special.

This tea has been mentioned many times in history, which is directly related to China. The last time this tea was sold was $6,500.

3. Panda Dung Tea

Panda Dung Tea

It is prepared as the name suggests. You will find it a bit strange to know that it is not made from any common manure. Rather it is made from the excreta of the panda creature.

It may sound dirty, but this method is better than growing tea with chemical medicines.

This tea is cultivated in an area of ​​2.5 acres.  A person named Yanchi first cultivated it and got its copyright in his name. Maybe that’s why the price of this tea today is $70,000 per kg.

2. PG Tips Diamond Tea Bag

PG Tips Diamond Tea Bag

PG Tips Diamond Tea was made by a British tea company. On the occasion of the 75th birthday of PG Tips, the company wanted to make it something very spectacular. For which decided to make Ultra Looks Diamond Tea.

During which this tea bag was prepared, and there are 280 diamonds attached to this tea bag. Also, it takes 3 months to make one teabag.

This diamond-encrusted tea bag costs approx. $15,000, and this small bag would have weighed a few grams. Therefore, it isn’t easy to estimate its price in kilos, which will be in millions of dollars. The reason behind having such a high price is that the money received from it is donated to the people.

1. Da-Hong Pao Tea

Da-Hong Pao Tea

Da-Hong Pao tea leaves go as the world’s most expensive tea leaves, and many people are prepared to pay millions of dollars to drink it. Tea leaves are expensive because the tea leaf plant is rare and requires special care.

People in China say that Da-Hong Pao tea cures many diseases. When the Queen’s health deteriorated in the Pisces regime series, the Empress was cured of it, after which this king ordered the cultivation of Da-Hong Pao tea. This king always wore a red robe. Hence the name of this tea leaf is Da-Hong Pao which means long red.

In ancient times, tea farmers in China used to go to the mountains early in the spring and worship tea. So that the yield is high, it is said that this tea leaf is washed with goat’s milk and then cooked and kept to dry, and the whole process can take 80 years.

Da-Hong Pao tea leaves are now on the verge of extinction.

At present, only 6 plants of this tea are left in the whole world. Buying this tea is not just a matter for everyone. Because it has special sellers. There is a great demand for this tea leaf outside China as well, and sometimes it has been tried to dwarf it even outside China.

But no one could ever succeed. Found in a small town in Fujian, China, the price of this tea is approx. $1.2 million per kilogram. This is really unbelievable.

So, this is the top 10 rarest and most expensive teas in the world. Hope you know something interesting.

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97 Responses

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  4. I never knew these much tea varieties are there untill I read this article. Thank you it was so useful

  5. Arun J Arun J says:

    Super article in types of tea in medicine everyone use day of life

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  7. ali ajam ali ajam says:

    Ali ajam
    I enjoy drinking tea and getting this information.

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  9. Sujitha D Sujitha D says:

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  12. Super, From this article, I have learned about the history of Poo Poo Pu-Erh dates back to the 18th century.

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  19. Raja .M Raja .M says:

    Its a new topic for me and very interesting

  20. I am a tea lover. I love to try 5. Yellow Gold Tea Buds.

  21. Jothimani S Jothimani S says:

    Good information. Nice..

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    Usefull information

  23. Ajith C Ajith C says:

    Good topics influence our life too.

  24. Different ways of tea preparation is good

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  29. Priyagavas Priyagavas says:

    Varieties of tea? Like to know about that

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    Interesting topic

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    Awesome detailed

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  35. Valuable information for tea lovers

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