From Fujian, China comes the black pearl of the Orient. Featuring a dark infusion and enchanting aromatic qualities, China Black Gunpowder, also known as Black Pearls, presents mild top notes with full, rich undertones and a hint of smokiness. Its shining anthracite color boasts radiance and allure. Complements any occasion.
Brewing Advice: 5 minutes 200-206 F (+/- 96C) 4g (2 teaspoon)/2-cups teapot
A true classic Formosa! Lightly fermented, this smooth, delicate blend is a stunning example of Taiwanese culture. A mild flavor, but strong aromatics, Tung Ting will captivate and delight. Perfect for entertaining company, or just relaxing with a good book.
Brewing Advice: 5 minutes 190-205 F (+/- 96C) 4g (2 teaspoon)/2-cups teapot
Forget India and China! Tea grown in the Scottish Highlands is crowned the best in the WORLD! Traditionally no one would have considered growing tea in Scotland due to it’s harsh weather conditions, but it’s actually an advantage. Due to the slow growth rate of the Scottish leaf it resulted in a hearty, delicious tea with superior flavor. Strong and simple, this tea is meant to be served with milk.
Earl Grey Lavender combines the enchanting fragrance of lavender blossoms with the stimulating citrusy scent of bergamot pressed from real fruit and flowers. With its soothing perfume and smooth taste, this exquisite blend makes a perfect pairing with freshly baked scones or cakes for an authentic afternoon tea.
Tasting Notes: Enchanting lavender perfectly complements the floral aromas and citrus notes of Earl Grey
Ingredients: black tea, lavender flowers, essential bergamot oil, natural lavender oil extract.