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DARJEELING TEA

Exquisite Tea from India's Darjeeling District in the Foothills of the Himalayas

ALISHAN OOLONG TEA

Exceptional Oolong Tea from Ali Shan, Home of Taiwan's Indigenous Tsou Tribe

NEPAL TEA

Lovely Highland Teas from the Beautiful Himalayan Hills of Nepal




Mi Lan Dan Cong - Fenghuang Oolong Tea Mei Zhan - Anxi Oolong Tea Imperial Jasmine Pearls Jiu Long Pao - Wuyi Oolong Tea
This Mi Lan Dan Cong is comprised of long, beautifully twisted deep greenish-black leaves with a light aroma of toasted grain. When infused, the light amber liquor has, as the name "Mi Lan Xiang" (honey orchid aroma) suggests, an aroma reminiscent of honey and orchids. In the cup, the medium to full bodied infusion delivers bittersweet, woody, honey, floral, roasted grain and dried-fruit flavors against the backdrop of a pleasingly assertive but not biting astringency. The bittersweet, floral elements build steadily sip after sip into the gloriously long-lasting finish for which Fenghuang Oolongs are so prized.
This tea is comprised of reddish-brown, loosely ball rolled leaves with a mild, woody aroma. When infused, it produces a reddish amber liquor with the woody & plummy aromas common to moderately aged oolong tea. The medium bodied infusion has a nice fruit-tinged peaty/aged flavor that balances nicely against elements of aromatic wood and dried fruit. The finish is peaty & sweet with elements of dried plums and moist, sweet pipe tobacco.
Imperial Jasmine Pearls is a Spring harvest, 2016 green tea which has been hand-rolled into its distinctive pearl shape and naturally scented with fresh jasmine flowers. The base tea has been plucked to an extremely high standard and is comprised primarily of tender, young buds with the occasional bud and single leaf complex mixed in. When infused, the tea flavor is mild and sweet, which harmonizes perfectly with the balanced, not-overpowering aroma of fresh jasmine flowers.
The dry leaves are long, twisted and dark reddish-brown with olive green undertones and a mildly roasted aroma. The beautifully clear, reddish-amber infusion features a markedly fruity aroma that is best appreciated by using an aroma cup, but, if aroma cups are not available, be sure to at least enjoy the fragrance left behind on the lid of your gaiwan after decanting. The full-bodied liquor is rich, roasty, & woody-sweet with an impressive minarality and intense fruitiness in the long lasting finish.