Loose Leaf Black Teas
Golden Lily Black, Jing Shan Black Tea
Golden Lily Black -
Jing Shan Black Tea
What a special treat, a new black tea from the famous Golden Lily (milk oolong) trees grown at 3,000 feet in Fujian Province. Oxidized to 80%, this unique tea is everything. Light, yet packed with flavor. It's a bit like a dark oolong; full of roasted grain notes, floral aroma, sweet and bitter cocoa, honey, crusty bread, stone fruit...I could keep describing this tea forever. It has a low astringency and infuses into a medium amber cup. I can say wholeheartedly, I am hooked. Try multiple infusions.
Golden Tian Hong
Golden Tian Hong -
Grown at 6,000 feet in the Fengqing Tea Garden located in Yunnan province, this Tian Hong is a heavenly black tea with lightly twisted leaves. Heavily sprinkled with golden buds, it brews into a gorgeous, amber red cup with a fabulous fragrance and gentle sweetness.
Anhui Keemun -
Grown at 2,400 feet, our Keemun comes directly from Anhui Province. It's rich and mellow with hints of pine smokiness and fresh earthy leather that give way to a delicate sweetness complimented by gossamer orchid and apple notes.