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.
One of the five famous teas (cultivars) from in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Preserve of Fujian Province of south eastern China, where the highly desirable “Wu Long, Wu Yi Yan Cha” rock oolong teas are produced. Our QUE SHE (aka Sparrow Tongue) is a low prod
An uncommon, low-production, specialty tea - but still affordable for every day use. Mao Xie is 100% OOLONG TEA called Hairy Crab, from the village of Da Ping, Anxi County, in the Fujian Province of China... (more below)