This refined black tea is from an award-winning garden in Assam, India, which produces a tea that’s complex in flavor, like a fine Bordeaux!
This deliciously approachable tea brews up with a light cup color similar to a green tea with a bit more astringency, like a black tea.
Cloud Mist green tea gets its name from where it grows on Lushan Mountain in China, up in the clouds and mist. Tea leaves grown in shade like these are known for having a distinct umami (or savory) flavor.
This Da Hong Pao oolong tea is sourced directly from the grower on Wuyi Mountain in China. Oolong lovers: you won’t find better than this – it's the king of oolongs.
This is the best-of-the-best of Xihu Long Jing tea (also known as Dragonwell): full and round with slight hints of a leafy summertime afternoon.
These cakes are the traditional form of Pu Erh. Each Pu Erh cake contains 250 grams of compressed tea and brews up black and full for many steeps.