The most unusual offering of our early spring teas (before Qing Ming, April 5) and a bit of a splurge. From Enshi in Hubei province, this tea is complex with notes of fried fruit and violets. All teas owe their character to the particular place where they grow. Altitude, fog, rains, and soil all have a part in the finished product. Precision in processing yields layers of taste sensations in this particular tea.
Ingredients: China black 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....