Higher grade Tie Guan Yin OOLONG TEA leaves from Anxi County, Fujian Province, China, which are rolled into lightly oxidized dark green pellets, bathed in real rich cream, then specially dried to preserve.
Lapsang Souchong is a SCENTED BLACK TEA from the Fujian province (the best is from Wuyishan) of China, famous for its extra drying process with smoking pine, imparting a slightly sweet, crisp smoky aroma and flavor to the tea.
Naturally aged/fermented PUER TEA from Yunnan Province, China. Puer (or sometimes shown as Pu’erh, is pronounced poo-err) tea is lessor known than other classifications like black or green, but is rapidly gaining popularity due to it's famously woodsy an
100% BLACK TEA, identified by its abundance of golden tips, and cocoa and very slight black pepper note. It will not taste bitter when over-steeped. Creamy and sweet, with pleasant pepper notes becoming earthier and more layered as it cools.
One of the five famous tea cultivars from in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Preserve of Fujian Province of south eastern China, where the highly desirable “wolong yancha” rock oolong teas are produced. Our aged TIE LUO HAN (aka Iron Monk) is a low production/s