Caramel Taste Tea

Indulge in the comforting sweetness of caramel with our range of Chinese teas! Every cup is crafted with notes of brown sugar, buttery goodness and subtle hints of smokiness. Our expertly picked teas provide a unique experience for the Australian palate – savour each sip for an unforgettable journey into Chinese culture. Discover your new favourite cup of tea today!

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                                    • Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
                                      From: $12.99 / 30g

                                      Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea is the king of rock teas. It is produced in the Wuyi Mountain area in Fujian province. It is produced from a tea shrub whose yield is very low; and each shrub can be over 1,000 years old. The tea is regarded as a national treasure because of its low yield and special taste.

                                    • Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong TeaTaiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea
                                      From: $24.99 / 50g

                                      Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea is another typical representative of Taiwan High Mountain Tea, produced in the Dong Ding Mountain area, Fenghuang Village, Lugu Township.

                                      The reason for Dong Ding Oolong is so-called ‘Dong Ding’ is because ‘Dong Ding’ in Chinese Mandarin means ‘frozen peak’, which used to vividly describes the nature of the landscape in this part of Taiwandescribe how steep the mountain is and climbers have to walk on their tiptoes so-called ‘Frozen Peak’. Actually, Dong Ding Mountain is very steep, people have to walk on their tiptoes to climb it. And the phrase in the Taiwanese Hokkien or Minnan language, people means use ‘grasping the peak’ to describe it which equals ‘frozen peak’ in Mandarin.

                                    • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)
                                      From: $21.99 / 50g

                                      Our Strong-Flavour Baked Tieguanyin can only be made by tea makers with at least ten years of experience in baking tea; unskilled bakers can easily produce a burnt tea. The method is based on the traditional techniques for producing oolong tea, but includes extra baking.

                                      Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                    • Premium Ban Tian Yao OolongPremium Ban Tian Yao Oolong
                                      From: $36.99 / 30g

                                      Ban Tian Yao is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas, belonging to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. It is native to a narrow passage between the cliffs on the hillside of the Sanhua Peak in Jiulongfeng. Our Bian Tiao Yao origins from an ecological tea garden located in the northwest of Lian Hua Peak inside Wuyi scenic area It is a high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ tea. Because of the precipitous geography, picking its tea leaves becomes quite difficult. This particular tea garden is suspended in the air, not touching the sky or the ground. This is why it is named ‘Ban Tian Yao’, which, in Chinese, means ‘halfway to the sky waist’.

                                    • Premium Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui OolongPremium Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui Oolong
                                      From: $58.99 / 30g

                                      The Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui is another very famous Wuyi “Rock tea” in addition to the Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao). It is produced from the “Hu Xiao” (Tiger Roaring) Cliff inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province.

                                      Our premium Wuyi Rou Gui oolong tea comes from the traditional “Ban Yan” (AKA red siallite soil) tea plantation called “Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui”. Nowadays, due to the superior tea growing environment in “Tiger Roaring Rock” area and the continuous improvement of tea processing technology, the quality of the Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui is very close to the tea comes from “Zheng Yan” area (AKA purple glutenite soil).

                                      The cinnamon aroma of this premium Wuyi Rou Gui is dominating and aggressive. It has a lightly baked caramel and special rocky flavour. No one who has tasted the tea can deny the charm of the Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui. The aggressiveness of the tea in your throat is like an emperor, pioneering the territory, leading your gustation, invading your throat, and establishing his empire.

                                      People love it deeply because of its unusual warm and pleasant long-lasting flavour of pungency.

                                    • Phoenix Dan Cong Yellow Gardenia FlavourPhoenix Dan Cong Yellow Gardenia Flavour
                                      From: $37.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong is famous for its mellow taste and varied aroma, it is regarded as ‘perfume’ among teas. This special rare species has a unique refreshing yellow gardenia flavour which is unforgettable stunning.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from the Chao’an district in Chaozhou city Guangdong province, well-known for its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma and 16 kinds of other fragrances such as honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloids. Its tea polyphenols, specifically, have a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% in Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                      Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same and very high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                    • Phoenix Dan Cong Almond FlavourPhoenix Dan Cong Almond Flavour
                                      From: $39.99 / 30g

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Ju Duo Zai is a rare species of Phoenix Dan Cong grown in the Feng Huang Village located in Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province. Its fresh tea leaves look like a saw, called ‘Ju Duo’ in the Chaozhou dialect. Therefore it is named ‘Ju Duo Zai’ (small saw).

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from the Chao’an district in Chaozhou city Guangdong province, well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma, and 16 kinds of other fragrances such as honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on.

                                      Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloids. Its tea polyphenols, specifically, have a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% in Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                      Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same and very high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                    • Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong)Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong) Out of Stock
                                      From: $17.99 / 40g

                                      This Premium Dian Hong Black Tea tastes richer and more delicate than standard Dian Hong Black Tea. It tastes very mellow combined with a hit of honey with sweet floral flavor. It has creamy, smooth and buttery mouthfeel.

                                      It is produced in Linyi, Baoshan, Fengqing, Xishuangbanna, Dehong and other areas in the south and southwest of Yunnan province. This subtropical region is one of rolling hills with an average elevation of over 1,000 meters. The average annual temperature is around 18-22°C, with a very large temperature difference between day and night. The annual precipitation is 1,200-1,700mm. In sunny periods there is often fog in the morning and during the night.

                                      There is dense forest and the soil is fertile, with fallen leaves and grass decaying to form a deep humus layer. These conditions result in tea trees with strong buds and fat leaves covered with rich white fuzz. Even the fifth or sixth leaves on the branch are very delicate and juicy and contain rich polyphenolic compounds and alkaloids.

                                      Our Premium Dian Hong was produced in the spring of 2019.

                                    • Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)
                                      From: $16.99 / 50g

                                      Lapsang Souchong is the world’s oldest black tea variety. It has a history of more than 400 years, dating back to the middle and late Ming Dynasty. It was created by local tea farmers in the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.

                                      Our Lapsang Souchong is not smoked, which means it remains dark brown, nearly black in color. The leaves are stout with a slight twist. The tea soup is bright red. It tastes sweet and mellow, with a longan flavor and floral aroma and aftertaste. It can be drunk with milk and honey.

                                    • Yunnan Red Tea (Dianhong)Yunnan Red Tea (Dianhong)
                                      From: $11.99 / 40g

                                      Dian Hong Tea is a well-known tea produced in Linyi, Baoshan, Fengqing, Xishuangbanna, Dehong and other areas in the south and southwest of Yunnan province.

                                      This subtropical region is one of rolling hills with an average elevation of over 1,000 metres. The average annual temperature is around 18-22°C, with a very large temperature difference between day and night. The annual precipitation is 1,200-1,700mm. In sunny periods there is often fog in the morning and during the night.

                                      There is dense forest and the soil is fertile, with fallen leaves and grass decaying to form a deep humus layer. These conditions result in tea trees with strong buds and fat leaves covered with rich white fuzz. Even the fifth or sixth leaves on the branch are very delicate and juicy and contain rich polyphenolic compounds and alkaloids.

                                    • Ancient Tea Tree Yunnan Black Tea (Dianhong)Ancient Tea Tree Yunnan Black Tea (Dianhong)
                                      From: $10.99 / 40g

                                      Yunnan black tea is famous for its sweetness and honey aroma. This special black tea is made of tea leaves from century-old arbor tea trees in Xishuangbanna, and the picking standard is “one bud with two leaves”.

                                      This affordable Yunnan black tea is using fresh summer tea leaves as material but still keeps the original flavour of Yunnan black tea.

                                    • Premium Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong)Premium Lapsang Souchong (Zhengshan Xiaozhong) Out of Stock
                                      From: $47.99 / 50g

                                      Lapsang Souchong is the world’s oldest black tea variety. It has a history of more than 400 years, dating back to the middle and late Ming Dynasty. It was created by local tea farmers in the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.