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Composed of magnificent long golden buds, fluffy and slightly twisted, this black tea is what it does best in Yunnan Certified ORGANIC. The flavors are multiple, at the same time honeyed, woody and slightly animal. We recommend a temperature of 85 degrees, an infusion of 2 to 3mns for 1.5g / 10cl.
This tea is produced in Yunnan in the village of Mengla by the Chen family. The flavors are autumnal, mushroom, undergrowth, like a classic Pu Er Shu, but it retains the sweet characteristics of Yunnan black teas, roundness, honeyed flavors, all in perfect harmony. We recommend water at 100 degrees, 2g / 10cl and an infusion of 1mn 30 seconds. Multiple...
First harvest 2021 from Longjing. Harvested in Hangzhou in Zeijhang province. The producer of this tea claims that the production of this tea is carried out without synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Longjing is the most famous Chinese green tea. It is aromatic but soft and velvety with round notes and nuts like almonds, hazelnuts. Infusion tips:...
Tian Shan Lu green tea harvested on March 27, 2021 in Ningde, Fujian by farmer Mr Song. We keep this tea in the fridge so that it retains its vegetal and floral flavors as well as possible. The dominant ones are mainly legumes, asparagus and artichoke notes. Tips: 75 degrees, 2 to 3 minutes. It can be re-infused multiple times.
Bai Cha White is made from the rare and special quality Bhime clones. The leaves are freshly plucked in January 2020. The leaves mostly comprise of single leaf and a bud. Of all the tea families, white tea undergoes the least manufacturing process making it one of the most delicate teas. They just undergo two processes – withering & drying. The teas...
Magnificent Xi Hu Longjing harvested on April 3, 2021 in Longwu by farmer Mr Zhou. We keep this tea in the fridge so that it retains its flavors of nuts and almonds as well as possible with its velvety texture. Tips: 75 degrees, 2 to 3 minutes. It can be re-infused multiple times.