On cupping this tea repeatedly, the word that comes to mind is "spirited", it seems to have its own character and energy. It was picked in March before the rains when the first shoots appear on the tea bushes. It is light with a depth of flavor that is unique and very pleasing. It gets more intense after the first sip. The best Lu Shan Clouds & Mist we have offered.
Ingredients: China green tea
Some teas you drink over and over until they are a part of your very being. This Darjeeling and Keemun blend sneaks up on you. Maybe a few times a...
Orchard-fresh apricot flavoring, delicious hot or cold.Ingredients: Nilgiri black tea and apricot flavorBrewing Instructions Use 3/4 level teaspoon of tea per 6 ounces of water. Bring water to a boil....