Let's get one thing straight--this is no cheap store. You won't find 100 bags of Lipton tea for 5 bux here. What you will find is everything you'd need to brew a great pot of great tea--whether it be from Japan, China, Taiwan, India, England, etc. Not that there aren't teas that are reasonably priced--but you will be paying at least $5 or $6 for 50 grams of tea (expect to pay much more for some oolongs or white teas). When you consider though that each teaspoon or so can be rebrewed one or two times more, it's actually quite reasonable. Each tea they have is displayed in tins with a flavor profile and/or description and you can open the tins and smell them yourself. It would be nice if you could actually taste a small sample but that would be unfeasible. They usually just have one sample of some awful flavored iced tea (like rosemary or grapefruit). They also have seasonal teas (like sakura-flavored in the spring).