Nai Xiang - Jin Xian
Known in Chinese as Nai Xiang - Jin Xian, the name of this oolong variety – grown at high altitude in Taiwan – translates as ‘fragrant milk’. The name describes its smooth, creamy feel and petal-scented aroma. Unlike many inferior varieties, our natural oolong tea has nothing added or taken away, allowing the natural milky flavour of the leaves to sing. This tea is mild and soothing on the palate, but it has a wonderfully revitalising effect on the spirit.
Iron Goddess- Jie Guan YinAlso known as Iron Goddess (Jie Guan Yin), this part-fermented tea from Fujian has the fresh feel of a mountain spring. Its delicious flavour is the result of a complex process of plucking, sun-withering, cooling, rolling and drying by highly skilled tea farmers. Despite the time and craft that goes into producing this exceptional tea, it is beautifully easy to drink.Discover
Eastern Beauty - Dong Fang Mei RenThis tea, known as ‘Eastern Beauty’ (Dong Fang Mei Ren), is a very mild oolong from the high mountains of Taiwan. This tea has a special flower called Tian Ye, which gives a natural sweetness from Stevia which makes it suitable for diabetes. A floral infusion, this tea works well with milk and, and makes a delicious afternoon drink to share with guests.Discover