Fujian Province. Up to 50,000 handpicked, twisted and withered leaves and leaf buds per pound! Grown at a high altitude in the Wuyi Mountains, a UNESCO world Heritage Site, you can taste the pristine terroir. This very rare tea is one of the bestblack teas we’ve EVER had.
Staff tasting impressions: Apricot, lychee, clove, pistachio, rosewater, driftwood, “reminds me of drinking dark bittersweet hot chocolate”.
Brewing instructions: One teaspoon per 12 oz. Use boiling water and let steep for 90 seconds. Strain and serve.