Darjeeling Black: Unlike most orthodox Darjeelings, this version is an impressively tippy full leaf tea. Grown at approximately 1,600 meters, this exceptional brew yields a honey sweet cup with a characteristic muscatel grape note and hints of aromatic wood. A light malty taste rounds out the cup.
Keemun First Grade Black: One of the boldest black teas on the planet, Keemun (also spelled Qimen) is famed for its heady mix of nutty earthiness and floral notes. The flavor is savory and sweet, with a lasting finish.
Tea Origin: Anhui, China Cultivar: Qi Men Zhu Ye Qi Harvest: March-May
Tieguanyin Oolong: Tieguanyin, which translates to 'Iron Goddess of Mercy', is one of the most famous teas from China and for good reason. Vegetal butter notes up front with a floral backend and a smooth honeyed finish. Unlike other teas where older tea plants are preferred, Tieguanyin comes from younger tea plants ranging in age from 3 to 10 years.