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  • Nectar – Black Tea From Guizhou Make You Warm Up and Calm Down


    Among China’s tea producing provinces, Guizhou Province is a very important region, but it is rarely known. In 2019, the tea garden area in Guizhou reached 6.987 million mu, ranking second in China after Yunnan. Guizhou has a subtropical plateau monsoon humid climate, with four distinctive seasons.

  • Lapsang Souchong


    Lapsan Souchong is a transliteration from Zhengshan Xiaozhong (正山小种). Souchong means small leaf species tea. In Europe, it is the symbol of Chinese tea. Lapsang (Zhengshan) means authentic, particularly refers to small leaf species tea that grows and produced in Tongmu Village and nearby areas.

  • Sunglow – Belonging to Dianhong Tea Family Mellow and Warm


    Since the birth of Dianhong in 1939, some British tea merchants brought it to the tea auction in London, it set a record at that time with the highest price of 1 pound 800 pence.

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    Mountain Snowmelt – Sun-dried Dianhong Mild Fragrance with Aftertaste


    Mountain Snowmelt is originally from Daxueshan Mountain, Mongku Town, Yunnan Province of China. In the inaccessible virgin forests, this is the wild ancient tea plant community with the highest altitude and the greatest density that have been found so far.

  • Jin Jun Mei


    Jin Jun Mei is a celebrated black tea from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province, China. It is made exclusively from the buds plucked in early spring from the tea plant. The buds are subsequently fully oxidized and then roasted to yield a tea that has a fruity and flowery flavour with a long-lasting sweet after-taste.

  • Jinya Dianhong

    Jinya Dianhong Golden Tips Bud Only from Ancient Tea Trees

    Brief Jinya Dianhong is the high end Dianhong black tea. Compares to other Dianhong, Jinya Dianhong contains only golden tips, which are usually covered in fine hairs. It produces a brew that is brassy golden orange in color with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. The leaves are reddish brown after being brewed.  Origin Jinya…
  • Keemun Gongfu Black Tea


    Keemun Black Tea is the best Chinese black tea, honored as “the queen of black tea”. First produced in the late 19th century, it quickly became popular in the West and is still used for a number of classic blends. It is a light tea with characteristic fruity and slightly smoky notes in the aroma, and a gentle, malty, non-astringent taste reminiscent of unsweetened cocoa.

  • Tanyang Gongfu Black Tea


    Tanyang Gongfu black tea is ranking on the top of the three Gongfu black tea in Fujian. It has long been famous in the tea market both at home and abroad. The tea is with tight shape which is fine, uniformed and straight. It has moist leaf color, good clarity. It has lasting aroma and strong taste.