Tie Guan Yin King
Tie Guan Yin Wang or ‘Royal’, the upper class of the famous Iron Goddess. This variety has bright green leaves typically loosely rolled up, a floral-orchid aroma and a very delicate and flowery taste, with a long honey-sweet aftertaste.
Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe) - one of the best rock teas (yancha) straight from the cradle of all oolongs - Wu Yi Shan. Teas grow on the region's numerous rocky cliffs, which, thanks to the local climate and stony soil, acquire special features that are later deepened by traditional processing.
Due to its unique properties and taste, Da Hong Pao is often referred to as the 'King of Teas'. The color of the leaves is dark brown, often with a charcoal luster. The taste is balanced, the aroma is strong but still soft and pleasant and aftertaste long and sweet.
The aroma of tea is sweet and fruity, floral, citrus and peach aromas. In more and more brewing processes, the color of the infusion changed from soft golden pink to amber. The taste is obviously fruity, sweet and refreshing. The aftertaste is strong honey with a gooseberry hue.
This tea can withstand many brews and is definitely one of the most unique teas in our collection at an affordable price, but it is also of high quality.
Fresh, only lightly dried Lycium chinense (goji, wolfberries), which has been used throughout China for centuries.
The shape is a bit like raisins, the taste of the fruit is sweet with a slightly sour aftertaste.
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and among ordinary Chinese, goji is considered an indispensable food supplement. It is known for its benefits to the human body, both in young and old age. No negative side effects are known.
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.
"Snow Falling on Jade-Green Pool" - a beautifully poetic name hides a high-quality green tea from the early spring harvest from Mount Meng Ding which was richly scented with the best autumn jasmine, even in a ratio of 5: 1 (5 kg of jasmine flowers were used per 1 kg of tea).
Jasmine flowers are also abundant in the tea itself (although they no longer add other aromas - they have an aesthetic effect and give meaning to the poetic name of the tea).
The tea is a distinctly jasmine-sweet fruit flavor with a rich aroma that lasts for many pours.
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.
"White King"-Jasmine tea is produced in many provinces in China and is very popular (especially in the north of the country). The tea can be dried with jasmine and its odor can be absorbed, or the jasmine can be added directly to the tea. In this way, the tea acquires the aroma of jasmine, but still retains its original taste. Jasmine tea is light and pleasant. "White King" itself is a relatively high-quality green tea with rich fluff, but the addition of jasmine further improves its quality.
The white king we provide is mixed with fresh autumn jasmine in a ratio of 4:1 (gradually use 4 kg of jasmine per 1 kg of tea).
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.