Gou Qing 勾青: a Yangyan green tea made from small hook-shaped leaves, literally Blue-Green Hook.
“Green hooks” – fresh green tea of a smaller leaf from Zhejiang Province, from the same gardens where some of our Long Jing teas come from, a great price / quality ratio.
Thanks to our investment in modern equipment for processing rolled green tea, we can offer this at a very reasonable price.
Hua Cha White King
Da Hong Pao Ji Pin
Rarity authentic tea from the main maternal cliff with a straight pattern leaf. A great gift for connoisseurs - the real 'King of Teas'.
Processed according to traditional methods completely by hand, dried in a charcoal oven. The dry leaves are relatively small, the same size, the color is green-black, the surface is as shiny as coal.
The tea soup is clear, bright with a deep orange. The aroma and penetration of the tea soup will make you feel as if you have tasted your first cup. The taste is deep and sweet. After brewing a few times, the tea leaves become bigger and greener, and you can see the rich fluff and feel silky. After the fifth or sixth brew, fruity and faint orchid tones appear in the taste and aroma. Long aftertaste, honey floral fragrance.
Qi Lan "Rare Orchid"-one of the few newer oolong teas from Wuyi Mountain.
The larger leaves are usually scattered and exude a sweet floral fragrance. The dark yellow tea soup has a strong, sweet floral aroma, ripe fruit aroma to honey aroma.
Orchids full of orchid fragrance, with strong aroma and aftertaste.
Chrysanthemum (ju hua)
Selected white chrysanthemum flowers-improve eyesight, nourish the liver, and treat high blood pressure. Traditionally, it is mixed with pu-erh.
Ya Shi Dao Hua Xiang
An excellent tea with a traditional but not very tempting name - "The smell of duck droppings". The tea itself has one of the most amazing aromas that Dan Cong type teas can offer - delicious and full at the same time, charming, reminiscent of rice flowers, smooth and very sweet with complex floral tones and a long-fading aftertaste.
Momordica charantia (ku gua)
Momordica charantia (ku gua) - creeping or creeping, pumpkin-like plant with herbaceous shoots up to 5 m long. Its tendrils are branched, leaves typically palmately five to seven-lobed, flowers unisexual, five-fold, yellow in color, with distinct veins. The fruits are 5-25 cm long, spindle-shaped, with a wrinkled surface, ripening yellow. The plant has been introduced to virtually all tropical areas.
Rou Gui Ji Pin
Tie Luo Han
"Iron arhat"-is one of the most famous rock tea in Wu Yi Shan area.
The dry leaves are dark in color and have a toasted and dark chocolate flavor. During the brewing process, the leaves are dark green. The tea soup is darker in color, balanced in taste, with a long-lasting sweet aftertaste, with a distinct floral fragrance. After the last cup of drinking, the floral-like sweetness lasts for a long time.