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Customer Favorites

A list of seasonal teas that our customers have been enjoying.

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    Black No. 6 - Hong Cha 6 Hao

    The Fu'An area along the coast near the border with Zhejiang Province is mountainous and famous for its rich tasting white teas. The cultivars developed in these mountains over a period of hundreds of years, now produce a variety of green and black...
    Malty, sweet flavors of chocolate!

  • Empress Green - Lu Huanghou

    Empress Green - Lu Huanghou

    There is a class of teas harvested early in the spring & processed to local customs of appearance, flavor, and aroma. Typically made in small lots and rarely exported, these teas are often exceptional and offer a window into the great...
    "Fresh tea", strong flavors, nuanced & refreshing

  • White Peony - Bai Mu Dan

    White Peony - Bai Mu Dan

    The FuAn area, in Fujian Province, is famous for its white tea made using the Da Hao cultivar. This white is one of the most natural of teas due to in its method of processing. Picked, withered, and dried, the leaves are presented as they naturally...
    Harvested wild - tastes of melon, grape, herbs

  • Golden Monkey - Jin Hou

    Golden Monkey - Jin Hou

    The finest varieties of Golden Monkey are grown in the mountains. Harvested comparatively early in the harvest season, the buds are small, dense & full of flavor. Once plucked and oxidized, they are elegant in their golden-brown appearance...
    Golden leaves, fruity aromas, malty taste

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    White Peony - Bai Mu Dan - Organic

    Perhaps the most natural of China's teas - White Peony is a mix of early spring pluck leaves offering vibrant colors and a range of flavors from grapes to honeysuckle and nectar.Teas was grown in Fuding county, the birthplace of white tea and...
    Organic, vibrant colors, flavors of melon & honey.

  • Wild Black

    Wild Black

    The spring harvest in China offers surprising new flavors and, in cases, a new variety of tea. Crafted to accentuate the natural taste properties of the leaf, the farmer creates a new ofering for lovers of tea. Wild Black is one of these seasonal...
    Seasonal surprise, malty-rich, clean & sweet

  • Black Cloud - Hei yun

    Black Cloud - Hei yun

    This Meizhan cultivar is made to customs of processing known in China as "fresh tea" denoting it is made to local timing of harvest, proccessing and flavor profile. Not made to a standard and certainly varied in its taste each season, this tea well...
    Malt, chocolate & molasses!

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    Yunnan Black - High Grade

    Our Yunnan black is a Dian Hong style black tea. It is single origin and grown organically in the higher elevations of Yunnan Province. Often referred to as the "mocha of tea", it is full-bodied and offers a malty flavor with a delicate spiciness. As the...
    Creamy, malty sweet notes & thirst-quenching sweetness

  • Dragon Well "Jiukeng" - Long Jing

    Dragon Well "Jiukeng" - Long Jing

    Literally translates to Dove's Nest. This is a style of Dragon Well rarely found in the U.S. Elegant in appearance, offering an exquisite aroma, this Lung Ching cultivar is noticeably smaller in leaf than the more widely known Dragon Wells. The leaf...
    Local, elegant, small-leaf cultivar

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    Small Leaf - Xi Ye

    Grown in the Cangyuan area, of Yunnan Province. our organic Small Leaf is a "ripe" Pu-erh. Leaves open to a rich, clean, mushroom-like aroma, offering a full-bodied cup, rich in flavors - an excellent choice for an invigorating breakfast beverage...
    Pu-erh, brews to a strong cup, think expresso with some nutty notes.

  • Monkey Picked Tieguanyin

    Monkey Picked Tieguanyin

    Our "Monkey Picked" Tieguanyin was grown in the AnXi Region in southern Fujian Province, a region with a rich history of cultivating award-winning, world-class Tieguanyins. The region's terroir or "soils" - the farms' altitude, proximity of the sea,...
    Vibrant, fresh green colors, lush, floral & buttery

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    Heavenly Blue Peak - Tian Mu Qing Ding

    One of China's famous teas, Heavenly Blue Peak (Tian Mu Qing Ding) was long the favored tea of emperors. An exceptional spring green, this high-mountain varietal is harvested only for a very brief period in early April. Grown in bamboo forest preserves...
    Nuanced, flavorful, & naturally sweet

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    Dragon Well - Long Jing - Organic

    Dragon Well, Long Jing, has a rich and long history of cultivation and may well be the most famous tea in the world. Highest grade lots are plucked early in the spring with much anticipation among lovers of tea. Its exquisite taste highlights why it is...
    Fresh, sweet, nutty, chestnut-like notes

  • Dragon Well - Long Jing

    Dragon Well - Long Jing

    Dragon Well, in all its various grades, is known for 4 characteristics: a jade-like color, vegetative aroma, chestnut-like flavor and a feather-like shape. It is perhaps the best known of the Chinese teas. Our Lung Ching is a standard grade showing fresh...
    Clean vegetal flavor, toasty, naturally sweet notes