This tea is harvested from ancient tea trees that produce a high quality green tea. The liquor is a light, golden green with medium body, notes of toasted rice and wild flowers.
Growing at elevations of 6,000 to 7,200 feet on Wu Liang Mountain
With full charcoal smokiness, dark and thick, this large leaf Lapsang Souchong brews an esoteric cup...slight bitterness gives way to smokey-sweet notes of liquorice and pine.
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Brewed in traditional Yixing pots, this jade Tieguanyin oolong has a very flowery aroma with a fresh taste similar to that of green tea. Fragrant, fruity and delicate, its curled leaves can be infused several times.