Da Hong Pao
A dark roasted oolong tea grown in the Wuyi Mountain Range in Fujian Province. After harvesting, the leaves are slowly baked over a hot charcoal fire, allowing a deeper oxidation than other oolongs. The liquor has a deep, toasty flavour with a subtle sweetness and hints of roasted nuts and dark chocolate.
A milk-flavoured oolong tea plucked from bushes high in the mountains of Anxi County, Fujian Province, China. Oolong leaves undergo complex processing including sun withering, oxidation, curling and twisting. When brewed in hot water, the leaves yield a delightful yellow liquor with a sweet, cream-like aroma and taste.
Tie Guan Yin
A spring harvest Tie Guan Yin oolong tea from Anxi, Fujian Province. Tie Guan Yin is the most famous Oolong tea in China, with a legendary history involving a poor deprived farmer who was told about a magical tea shoot by the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Guanyin. The leaves yield a beautiful light jade green liquor in your cup. The liquor is high in quality and rich with fruity and floral flavours.
A Spring 2018 harvest green oolong tea, plucked from bushes in the mountains of Anxi County. The leaves are blended with freshly picked Osmanthus flowers from Guangxi Province in a similar way to Jasmine tea. The Osmanthus flowers give up their heavenly fragrance into the tea.