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 with an exclusively picking of buds.
It's a Pu Er Shu from 2018 with intense autumnal flavors, mushrooms, undergrowth.
We recommend water at 100 degrees, 2g / 10cl and an infusion of 1mn 30 seconds.
Multiple infusions are possible.
Mandarin Pu Er is a fermented shu (cooked) tea harvested and made in 2015 and aged in a hollowed out mandarin. The tea is produced in Menghai in Yunnan. It is then put in a mandarin from Guang Dong in the locality of Xin Hui, where it will then be aged.
It is advisable to break the tangerine peels and infuse them with the tea.
Western preparation: 2g for...
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.
Dian Hong is a Yunnan black tea with unique flavors. It is one of the most famous teas in China, still largely unknown abroad.
Production date: Fall 2021
Place of production: Lincang
Altitude: 1000 to 1500m
Cultivar: Yunnan Yun Kang #10
Our Dian Hong, grown at 1000 meters above sea level, has a seductive and sweet aroma, reminiscent of ripe fruit and...
Black tea from southern China, Yunnan. He is normally referred to as Dian Hong.
This Yunnan has full-bodied, dried fruit flavors. Almost no bitterness, you can steep this Yunnan for many minutes.
Tips: 90 degrees, 3 to 4 minutes