PURE TASTE PERFECTION
For me the Oolong brought to perfection. Lingering experience. Try to believe.
Tie Guan Yin (Ecologically grown)
A RICH TEA WITH PERFECT ROAST
What strikes me the most about this tea is how rich the flavor is. The body is potent. The roast is masterfully applied. The flavor is delicious and does remind me a little of caramel.
A RARE FIND
I've been searching for a premium organic traditional roasted Tie Guan Yin for the last five years. After the first sip, I knew this is the one! The tea soup is smooth, balanced with a pleasant nutty aroma that coats the mouth. The long-lasting sweet aftertaste is quite enjoyable. This tea is perfect especially when the weather is getting cooler. Each sip brings warmth and comfort from within. If you haven't given this TGY a try, you are definitely missing out.
Organic Tie Guan Yin
It's got creamy and buttery taste with no astringency, at all. Alongside with sweetness it's got very rich floral presence. The mouthfeel is very light. Best Baozhong I've tried so far. It's particularly recommended for tea lovers who like less oxidized, floral oolongs.
WONDERFUL RUBY 18
Wow, what can I say about this Ruby 18. It’s really spectacular. I’ve tried several other examples but this Ruby 18 is by far the fruitiest I have tried, both in aroma and flavor.
The dry leaf aroma is almost intoxicating. Once brewed, the tea is bold enough to satisfy those looking for that, while also remaining generously fruity and sweet. It’s not overly astringent either.
I really can’t recommend this tea highly enough. It’s worth every penny and then some.
Red Jade #18
WONDERFULLY HUMBLING TEA
This Shan Cha has become a wonderful addition to my tea collection. It's sweet, earthy, and warming. This tea produces a deep calm and has a great energy. I really enjoy drinking it to start my day. I've brewed this using the gong fu method, as well as a simple bowl brewing (adding a pinch of leaf to a cup or bowl and brewing this way ) - I find it to be quite enjoyable both ways. Highly recommended!
Notes of sweet summer fruit and fresh roasted grain
Shan Cha is a black tea made exclusively from Taiwan's indigenous tea variety. This wild tea variety differs genetically from any other tea on earth. It is a very rare and special tea with a unique flavor profile. This tea can be made into an outstanding black tea with a distinctive flavor profile which is fruity with undertones of fresh grain. This indigenous tea plant has been crossed with other varieties to produce exceptional hybrids such as Red Jade #18 and Hong Yun #21. Both of these get the fruity attributes from their Shan Cha genetics.