Milk oolong tea, harvest in Taiwan, is also known as Jian Xuan. When brewed this tea produces a milky aroma and a creamy light sweet taste. The milk oolong is naturally processed with no artificial flavoring. The cream milky taste and aroma are produced by processing the tea leaves that endured a sudden change in weather during harvest at special conditions.
This is the perfect tea sampler for people who want to try our popular Blooming Art Tea at an affordable price. This Tea Sampler includes 6 samples of our Blooming Art Tea. You will get between 0.5oz and 1.5oz per sample, depending on the leaf size of the tea. Each tea each will come in its own square tin canister, which will all be housed in a presentable, decorative box. This Sampler Set is perfect for gift giving. Tea varieties include: Lover (approx 4pcs) Inspiration (approx 4pcs) Blooming Beauty
This organic tea was grown at very high altitudes in the Darjeeling region of India. This tea was grown in relatively cool weather to prevent the tea bushes from growing too quickly. As a result, the production of this tea is limited. This tea was thoroughly scrutinized to ensure the highest of quality. This Darjeeling has a bold flavor and the fragrance of muscatel grapes. Many people consider the Darjeeling to be the champagne of tea. USDA Organic.
This green tea comes from the West Lake Region of the city of Hangzhou. These flat leaves are harvested in early spring when the leaves are full of aroma and have a silvery shine. These leaves produce a soothing and refreshing jade colored liquid full of freshness. Semi-sweet in taste and orchid-like in smell, Lung Ching is one of the most famous green tea in China.
This is the perfect tea sampler for people who want to try Oolong tea for the first time at an affordable price. Oolong is a semi-fermented tea that's made from large, mature leaves to produce a full-bodied taste. After being picked, the leaves are withered to remove moisture. The leaves are left to dry in the shade before the semi-fermentation process begins. Oolong is known for it's pleasant aftertaste and its fruity, sweet aroma. Oolong is effective with indigestion and helps lower cholesterol. This Tea
This Oolong is grown on the frozen summits of Taiwan. Because this oolong is lightly fermented, it has exceptional flavor. It also has other characteristics of oolongs such as a strong nutty aroma, smooth, sweet aftertaste and great when prepared Gongfu style.
Our Decaffeinated Earl Grey is processed using the CO2 Process. This Decaffeinated Earl Grey is made from top grade Ceylon black tea scented with the elegant fragrance of bergamot. When brewed this tea produces a bright coppery color liquid with a piquant and refreshing taste. Enjoy at any time, whether mid-morning or after dinner.
Black pu-erh undergoes a fermentation process in which the tea is processed and stored for a set period of time without being dried completely. The tea is usually either buried in the ground, stored in caves or under damp heavy tarps. Fermenting over time imparts the earthy character typical of most pu-erh teas. One of the things you'll notice about this tea when you brew it is the absence of the heavy musty flavor characteristic of traditional pu-erh. Certainly this character is still there but it is
This white tea with a white downy appearance comes from the province of Zhejiang. The Silver Needle, highest quality white tea, is picked during the spring before the buds open to preserve its tenderness. Exquisite and delicate, Silver Needle has a fresh, sweet fragrance and produces a pale yellow brew. Brewing with a Yixing teapot can best show the aroma of Silver Needle. This tea has high concentrations of polyphenols (antioxidants that help fight against cancer-causing radicals and heart disease).
At some point, an ancient producer, seeking a way to differentiate his product in the marketplace devised a method of hollowing out mandarin oranges, packing his raw leaf inside and aging them in cool mountain caves. The process used to make mandarin packed pu-erh has remained largely unchanged since early times. To begin, the pu-erh is processed according to traditional methods. Next, fresh mandarin oranges are hollowed out and packed with tea by hand and flash dried at a high heat. The packed oranges are