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Da Hong Pao, the big red robe, is world famous and with great expression. The first wild shoots grew in the smooth, steep walls of the breathtaking Wuyi Mountains and were picked by trained monkeys. Around 1998, attempts were made to...
This Oolong is world-famous, its history legendary and its aroma incomparably captivating. The Gongfu tea ceremony owes its triumphal march around the world to it, because the multiple infusions in the thin Yixing clay pots elicit the...
A typical Taiwanese Oolong of exceptionally fine quality. The garden is picturesquely situated on the slopes of the Bai Shan mountain. The farmers have been cultivating mixed vegetation around the garden for years, which has a positive...
A light Oolong with a compelling complexity, refined by fresh and sweet notes of strawberry, juicy mango and tropical pineapple! Precious goji berries and sweet strawberry pieces perfectly complement this extraordinary Oolong blend...
Already in its 6th generation, this family-run tea garden produces only Tie Guan Yin. Grown at 900 m, the tea is made according to tradition. In contrast to the modern, green variety, this specially roasted quality embodies the original...
A delevopment project for the use in the ice tea sector, especially for the asian Tea - To - Go market. The advantages lay in the lasting clarity, the low tannin content and the long aftertaste. Yet, also hot an enrichment.
Due to the almost artistic productions each lot is unique. This garden was opened in 2001 by two brothers. A matter of the heart, because they linked it to their beautiful childhood memories in the tea plantations. Jun Chiyabari,...
The 'Great Red Robe' goes back to a legend from the Ming Dynasty, in which the magistrate of Chong'An recovered after drinking this tea and then wrapped his red cloak around the bush as a sign to everyone. However, the tea itself is a...