Fruity Taste Tea

Discover a tantalising world of fruity flavours with our range of Chinese teas! We’ve got something for every palette. Our selection is carefully crafted to ensure you get the perfect balance of  tastes in each cup. For a truly unique Aussie experience, try one of these delicious and refreshing teas today!

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                                    • Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)Dongting Mountain Pi Lo Chun (Bi Luo Chun)
                                      From: $37.99 / 50g

                                      Biluochun is one of the top-ten Chinese teas. It grows in the mountains of West and East Dongting in Suzhou and is made using a bud with a single leaf. Good-quality Biluochun leaves look like birds’ tongues; the dry leaves are tightly curled and silvery green with fuzzy white hair.

                                      Our special Biluochun is picked before Pure Brightness (Apr.4th, 5th, or 6th), and is also called ‘Mingqian Biluochun’. It tastes extraordinarily delicate and fresh – like the earliest spring day on the tip of the tongue.

                                    • Premium Taiwan Alishan Oolong TeaPremium Taiwan Alishan Oolong Tea
                                      From: $32.99 / 50g

                                      Alishan Oolong tea is a typical tea of Taiwan High Mountain teas, produced in the Da Ali Mountain area of Jiayi County. This premium grade Taiwan Alishan tea comes from the tea garden where the sea level is around 1000 to 1600 metres. This premium oolong tea is handmade.

                                      There are two types of Alishan Oolong Tea: Jinxuan and Qingxin Oolong Tea. Our typical premium Alishan Oolong Tea is a premium level of Jinxuan Oolong Tea.

                                    • 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 Shi RuPremium Wuyi Shi Ru
                                      From: $34.99 / 30g

                                      This Zhen Yan Shi Ru originates from Zhang Tang Jian, located inside the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area in the Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, where also belongs to one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations. The tea produced from ‘Zhengyan’ plantation is considered the premium level due to its special flavour. The rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                    • Premium Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)Premium Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
                                      From: $110.99 / 50g

                                      Our Premium Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea is produced from one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations – Wu Yuan Jian. It is located in the most scenic part of the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.

                                      The tea produced on this plantation is considered the best Da Hong Pao due to its special flavour. The particular rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                    • Premium Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang HongPremium Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang Hong Out of Stock
                                      From: $82.99 / 30g

                                      This premium grade Phoenix Dan Cong comes from the Wu Dong Village, Chao Zhou City, Guang Dong City. In 1995, this aromatic Phoenix Dan Cong was dedicated to Chairman Mao, the former president of China. He really loved it and sent back a thanks note after trying the tea. This tea has then been called ‘Dong Fang Hong’, the literal translation of which is ‘The Red in the East’, and with a free translation of ‘hope’ as Chairman Mao is the one who save thousands of millions of people from a miserable life and lead them to the light.

                                      Wu Dong Village, where the sea level is between 1000 and 1200 metres, is the hometown of high-quality Phoenix Dan Cong. Phoenix Dan Cong produced here is extremely mellow and has a unique high mountain charm. This Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang Hong belongs to the yellow gardenia fragrance type. However, it has a much mellower taste and richer combined aroma than the ordinary Phoenix Dan Cong yellow gardenia flavour. Its aroma is full of impressiveness and enchantment.

                                    • Premium Phoenix Dan Cong Ao Fu HouPremium Phoenix Dan Cong Ao Fu Hou
                                      From: $91.99 / 30g

                                      This premium grade Phoenix Dan Cong comes from the Wu Dong Village, Chao Zhou City, Guang Dong Province. Wu Dong Village is the core area that produces the highest quality of Phoenix Dan Cong oolong tea. The teas that originated here have a unique high mountain charm and are quite rebrew-able.

                                      The yearly yield of this rare Dan Cong is very limited because the picking time is super shot in a year which is just around 3-5 days. This tea belongs to the yellow gardenia type of oolong. This tea is much sweeter than any other yellow gardenia type of ordinary Phoenix Dan Cong teas.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Blossoming Golden Horse Eyebrow Gift BoxZheng Shan Tang Blossoming Golden Horse Eyebrow Gift Box -20% Off
                                      $1,039.99

                                      This fascinating gift box is from the well-known brand ‘Zheng Shan Tang’, containing 2 x 100g of Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) loose leaf tea. It’s a high-ended gift pack that every Chinese black tea lover would appreciate!

                                    • Qiandao Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)Qiandao Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)
                                      From: $48.99 / 50g

                                      Longjing is a very famous Chinese green tea, well known among Chinese tea lovers. Longjing is famous for its natural verdant color, beautiful leaf shape, rich fragrance and mellow taste. The highest-grade Longjing comes from the West Lake mountains; cheaper, second-grade Longjing is produced in areas such as Qian Tang and Yuezhou, beyond the West Lake mountains but still inside Zhejiang province. This special Longjing green tea comes from the Qiandao Lake area. The more premium version of Longjing is the West Lake Longjing.

                                      Longjing tea leaves are flat, straight and green. The best Longjing is made using one bud or one bud with one leaf, only the most delicate buds are picked. This Longjing tastes fresh and sweet, with a soothing aroma and a hint of chestnut.

                                    • West Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)West Lake Dragon Well Tea (Longjing)
                                      From: $169.99 / 50g

                                      Xihu Longjing (West Lake Dragon Well Green Tea) is a very famous Chinese green tea, well known among Chinese tea lovers. Longjing is famous for its natural verdant color, beautiful leaf shape, rich fragrance and mellow taste.

                                      The West Lake Longjing producing area can be divided into two parts: first-grade producing zone and second-grade producing zone where should not outside the 168 square kilometers of the west lake protection zone designated by the people’s government of Hangzhou. Our top-class Longjing is produced in one of these areas – ‘Meijiawu’ Village which belongs to the first-grade producing zone.

                                      Because there is a limited area around West Lake for these real Longjing to be cultivated and the whole production process is all handmade; therefore, the yield of it is extremely low and the price of it is extraordinarily high. Especially, our West Lake Longjing is picked before Qingming (the fifth Chinese solar term, 4, 5 or 6 April), that’s why our Longjing is also called as ‘Mingqian’ Longjing green tea. It is the most tender and freshest one with rare yield compared with other Longjing tea. As a result, the price of this typical ‘Mingqian’ West Lake Longjing is almost four times higher than the Longjing comes from other origins picked on or after Qingming.

                                      Our premium West Lake Longjing belongs to No.43 species. This species is an excellent variety improved by tea research institutes of Chinese Academy of Sciences based on the Group Species. It belongs to asexual reproduction, shrub type, early growth species. The whole tea plant is short, the leaves is slender, the fertility of it is strong. Longjing No.43 retains the fine quality of the Group Species, meanwhile without its bitterness and astringency, tastes very fresh and elegant.

                                    • 2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g 2013 Menghai Qizi Yunpu Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 357g inside1 Samples Left
                                      $60.99

                                      Our 2012 Menghai Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      Since the rough taste of raw Pu’er tea has already been eliminated, the tea acquires a gentle mouthfeel. The taste is clean and pure with a fresh forest aroma and a very light smoky flavour. A pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate floral aroma emerges. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is bright yellow.

                                    • 2016 Blang Just Right Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2016 Blang Just Right Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $79.99

                                      Our 2016 Blang Just Right Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Bulang Mountain area (see Pu’er Tea Product 3 for region information). It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in Menghai County, Yunnan.

                                      The taste of this young Pu’er is strong and powerful with a rough mouthfeel. A mild and pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a lingering, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. The taste is mellow, fresh and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a hint of lotus aroma will emerge. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow in colour.

                                    • 2014 Yiwu Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 400g2014 Yiwu Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 400g inside
                                      $84.99

                                      Our 2014 Yiwu Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety). It is produced by Chashuwangchaye Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      Unlike other Pu’er raw teas, which have a rough bitterness in the mouth, the taste of Yiwu Pu’er is very gentle, mellow and sweet. A mild, pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a lingering, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate plum and honey aroma emerges. Since it has been aged for over four years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is bright yellow, nearly golden.

                                    • 2021 Blang Wild Forest Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2021 Blang Wild Forest Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $101.99

                                      Our 2021 Blang Wild Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from the Blang Mountain area. It is produced by Biming Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan. The tea is specifically picked from wild tea trees in early spring.

                                      The taste of this young Pu’er is strong and powerful, with a rough mouthfeel. The aroma is striking. A mild, pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. The taste is mellow, fresh and sweet. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow in color.

                                    • 2018 Blang Ancient Tea Tree Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2018 Blang Ancient Tea Tree Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $121.99

                                      Our 2018 Blang Special Collection Pu’er Raw Cake combines sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from ancient tea trees grown on the Banzhang and Mannan tea plantations in the Blang Mountain area. It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      The tea leaves of the tea cake come from both Mannan and Banzhang plantations located in Blang Mountain area. Mannan Village is located in the northwest of the Blang Mountain area. The tea plantation is not as rich as other, more well-known tea gardens; however, its tea resources are very ancient. Pu’er tea from Mannan has a very wild taste, a pleasant bitterness with an impressive and long-lasting, sweet aftertaste. Mannan Pu’er tea itself is ecstatic, making people feel open-minded. Banzhang village is also located in the Blang Mountain area. The tea produced here is bitter but with a very impressive, sweet aftertaste with a dominant mellow aroma.

                                    • 2010 King of Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2010 King of Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $129.99

                                      Our 2010 King of Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from trees that have been cultivated in the Yiwu Mountain area for over 500 years.

                                      Unlike other Pu’er raw teas, which can have a rough mouthfeel, the taste is very gentle, mellow and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate lotus aroma emerges. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special, mellow Chen fragrance. The tea soup is a pure and clear, apricot yellow colour.

                                    • 2013 Yiwu Premium Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2013 Yiwu Premium Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $121.99

                                      Our 2013-year Yiwu Premium Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from old tea trees grown in the Yiwu Mountain area. It is produced by the Menghai Yuan Da Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      Unlike other Pu’er raw teas, which can have a rough mouthfeel, the taste is very gentle, mellow and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate plum and honey aroma emerge. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow in color.

                                    • 2015 YULIN FanHaiLingShan Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2015 YULIN FanHaiLingShan Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $241.99

                                      This tea was made by YULIN company, located in Menghai County, the tea origins from the virgin forests in Xishuangbanna, Yun Nan province, China.

                                      YULIN Company is very famous for its handmade ancient pu-erh tea, the material of its pu-erh mostly is pure ancient pu-erh tea tree leaves and only the freshest tea leaves are chosen instead of low-quality Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunan big-leaf variety). YULIN’s lowest picking standard is “one bud two leaves”, which means they are very strict with the quality of their pu-erh tea. Some of their pu-erh tea cakes are even made with the “one bud one leaf” standard.

                                      During the production process, they only allow local ethnic-minority masters who know the local ancient pu-erh tea trees best to make pu-erh tea cakes in their villages. All YULIN pu-erh teas are handmade.

                                    • 2007 Manxi Mountain Organic Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 380g2007 Manxi Mountain Organic Pu’erh Raw Tea Cake 380g inside - 10 % Off
                                      $219.99

                                      Our 2007 Organic Manxi Mountain Raw Pu’er Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from ancient tea trees grown on the organic tea plantations of the Manxi Mountain area. It is produced by Fuhai Tea Factory in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan.

                                      The Manxi Mountain area is located at the Sino-Burmese border in the district of Daluo Town, Menghai County. It features a large group of very old large-leaf tea trees, planted by the Blang people over 500 years ago. The plantation belongs to Fuhai Tea Factory. It was awarded ‘organic’ status in 2007.

                                      The taste of this Manxi Mountain organic Pu’er raw cake is mellow and powerful with a very smooth mouthfeel. The aroma is very striking. Mild and pleasant bitterness at the first sip transforms into an impressive, long-lasting, sweet aftertaste within 20-30 seconds. Because it has been aged for 12 years, the taste is rich, with a special Chen fragrance.

                                       

                                    • 2008 Da Yi 7542 Qizi Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2008 Da Yi 7542 Qizi Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $287.99

                                      The right formula of Pu-erh tea cake and the technology of fermentation are the two key factors for making high-class Pu-er teas. They are also the core values of Da Yi Tea craftsmanship, which has also been nominated as the national intangible cultural heritage of China. While Da Yi 7572 is well-known for its fermentation technologies, Da Yi 7542 is well-known for its formulation technologies.

                                      Normally, Pu-erh tea is formulated by mixing the same grade tea leaves from different origins, blending the different grade of tea leaves from the same origin, or combining tea leaves produced in different years. This allows us to maximize the quality and taste of Pu-erh tea. Due to the exquisite formulation craftsmanship from Menghai Tea Factory, Da Yi 7542 has a surprisingly stable and premium quality. Although there are many novel formulation technologies nowadays, it keeps its unique and classic taste. The Da Yi 7542 has also become the most classic raw Pu-erh tea cake and become the standard/benchmark of Pu-erh raw tea.

                                      The batch number of our Da Yi 7542 is 810.

                                      What is 7542?

                                       7542 is its serial number. The serial number of Pu-erh cakes has a special meaning. The first two numbers refer to the tea formula used. The third number refers to the grade of tea material used – the smaller the better. The last number indicates a particular tea factory.

                                      Therefore, for this tea cake, the ‘75’ means the formula of the tea cake was developed in 1975 year. ‘4’ means the grade of the tea leaves is level ‘4’ and ‘2’ means it is produced by the Menghai Tea Factory.

                                      Pu-erh made from more delicate tea materials would taste fresher because it is rich in amino acids, and the best Pu-erh is rich in health-supporting substances and strong in flavour. However, it is important to know that Pu-erh made from higher grades of tea is not necessarily the better or more expensive. Pu-erh made from lower-grade tea materials could also have a very aggressive aroma which is attractive to many tea lovers. The aroma of Pu-erh would get stronger when it is aged. When aged, lower-grade of Pu-erh can taste much better than the new and high-grade Pu-erh, and of course, aged Pu-erh will normally be more expensive.

                                    • 2017 Fuhai Bang Zhang Organic Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2017 Fuhai Bang Zhang Organic Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g
                                      $344.99

                                      Our 2017 Organic Fuhai Bang Zhang Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake comes from Fuhai Ban Zhang Pu-erh organic tea garden, made by the Fuhai tea company. The raw material of this Pu-er is one-bud-two-leaves of spring tea from Ban Zhang tea trees. The varieties of trees are directly introduced from the Lao Bang Zhang, belonging to Yunnan large-leaf arbor tea trees.  Each of our Fuhai Bang Zhang has its own unique identity number, through which, the detailed origin of every single Pu-erh tea cake can be traced. Compared with the unaffordable price of Lao Ban Zhang, the chance for tasting this young organic Ban Zhang Pu-erh is truly special!

                                      In the natural ecosystem, the mutualistic symbiosis of species is the result of long-term natural selection.  Fuhai Bang Zhang Organic Tea Garden utilises the ecological environment of the tea garden to achieve successful pest control. For instance, when tea trees were planted, one camphor tree was also planted every 10 meters for pest control.

                                      The minimal human intervention’s organic farming, excellent tea tree species and the unique natural environment all together produce this prestigious organic raw Pu-erh tea cake.

                                    • 2010 Yiwu Ancient Tea Tree Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2010 Yiwu Ancient Tea Tree Pu'erh Raw Tea Cake 357g Out of Stock
                                      $213.99

                                      Our 2010-year Ancient Tea Tree Pu’er Raw Cake uses sun-dried Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunnan big-leaf variety) from trees that have been cultivated in the Yiwu Mountain area for over 500 years.

                                      Unlike other Pu’er raw teas, which can have a rough mouthfeel, the taste is very gentle, mellow and sweet. Tasting the tea carefully, a very delicate lotus aroma emerges. Since it has been aged over several years, it also has a very special, mellow Chen fragrance. The tea soup is pure and clear, apricot yellow colour.

                                    • 2016 YULIN Yili Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g2016 YULIN Yili Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake 357g Out of Stock
                                      $424.99

                                      2016 YULIN Yili Ancient Tea Tree Pu-erh Raw Tea Cake is made by YULIN company in Menghai County, the tea origins from the virgin forests in Xishuangbanna, Yun Nan province, China.

                                      YULIN Company is very famous for its handmade ancient pu-erh tea, the material of its pu-erh mostly is pure ancient pu-erh tea tree leaves and only the freshest tea leaves are chosen instead of low-quality Shaiqinmao tea leaves (Yunan big-leaf variety). YULIN’s lowest picking standard is “one bud two leaves”, which means they are very strict with the quality of their pu-erh tea. Some of their pu-erh tea cakes are even made with the “one bud one leaf” standard.

                                      During the production process, they only allow local ethnic-minority masters who know the local ancient pu-erh tea trees best to make pu-erh tea cakes in their villages. All YULIN pu-erh teas are handmade.

                                    • White Hair Silver Needle Tea (Baihao Yinzhen)White Hair Silver Needle Tea (Baihao Yinzhen)
                                      From: $74.99 / 50g

                                      Silver Needle White Tea is a well-known Chinese white tea, but very expensive due to a very small yield. It is produced in Fujian province in China, using the most delicate buds picked when the very first tea leaves are appearing in the spring. Only the buds are used – no leaves or stem at all.

                                      The Silver Needle White Tea bud is large,strong and fat. It is long and straight and covered in a pale, silvery-white fuzz resembling a white coat. The tea tastes very fresh and light, with a hint of fresh smoke and fruit and an aroma of wildflowers combined with a hint of honey. It has a long-lasting, sweet aftertaste.

                                      Picking methods are complex, even for an extremely experienced tea worker. A day’s yield will not exceed 50kg.

                                    • 2019 The King of Peony White Tea2019 The King of Peony White Tea
                                      From: $30.99 / 40g

                                      This premium grade of White Peony was made in 2019, and comes from Pan Xi Town, Fu Ding City, Fujian province. It is of one tea bud with one or two leaves picking standard. The picking time is limited which makes it more expensive than other white peony teas.

                                      White peony has rich nutrients and antioxidants while has less caffeine. The taste is very refreshing together with a light sweetness and floral and fruity aroma. The tea is very popular among tea lovers.

                                    • Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong)Yunnan Golden Tips Tea (Dianhong) Low 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.

                                    • 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.

                                    • Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)
                                      From: $22.99 / 50g

                                      Keemun Black Tea is a famous and historic Chinese black tea produced in Qimen County, Huangshan City in Anhui province. Keemun has a reputation as the best Chinese black tea, and is also known overseas. It is praised by the Queen and the Royal Family of the United Kingdom, which is one reason it is called ‘the queen of black tea’. Our Keemun Black Tea was produced in the spring of 2019.

                                      The producing area has excellent natural conditions for tea cultivation, including mountain forests, a warm and humid climate, deep soil layers, abundant rainfall and frequent cloud and fog. The tea leaves are therefore rich in content, with high enzyme activity.

                                    • Premium Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)Premium Keemun Black Tea (Qimen)
                                      From: $58.99 / 50g

                                      Our Premium Keemun Black tea is of a higher grade than the standard Keemun Black Tea. Only one bud is taken with one leaf, and the picking time is earlier in the year; the tea leaves are therefore more delicate. There is more fur exposed on each leaf, and the taste of the tea is fresher.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei)Zheng Shan Tang Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) Low stock- 15 % Off
                                      From: $254.99 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material is the tea buds from the selected tea garden whose sea level is above 1200-1500 meters. Only 28g Jin Jun Mei will be produced among 3400 to 4500 tea buds.

                                      Tongmu Village is considered the best for growing Golden Eyebrow. It is highly recommended for those with a keen eye for quality.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Silver Horse Eyebrow (Yin Jun Mei)Zheng Shan Tang Silver Horse Eyebrow (Yin Jun Mei) - 15 % Off
                                      From: $118.99 / 50g

                                      In 2005, through conjoining traditional techniques and technological innovations, Mr. Jiang and his team created our signature black tea, Jin Jun Mei. This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang.

                                      Compared with Golden Horse Eyebrow (Jin Jun Mei) whose raw material is only tea buds, Yin Jun Mei is made by one tea bud with one tea leaf, which makes its taste and quality are inferior to Jin Jun Mei. However, the price of it is also cheaper than Jin Jun Mei which makes it affordable for daily consumption.

                                    • Zheng Shan Tang Aged Fir Narcissus Black TeaZheng Shan Tang Aged Fir Narcissus Black Tea - 15 % Off
                                      From: $186.99 / 50g

                                      This black tea is produced in the Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material is the tea buds that are picked from century-old tea trees growing in the selected tea garden whose sea level is above 1200-1500 meters. Almost 30,000 to 50,000 tea buds can only produce 500g of the Aged Fir Narcissus black tea.

                                      Tongmu Village is considered the best for growing superior black tea. It is highly recommended for those with a keen eye for quality.

                                    • JunMei China Big Leaf Golden BudJunMei China Big Leaf Golden Bud - 15 % Off
                                      From: $113.89 / 50g

                                      Different from other small leaf black tea, the raw material of this JunMei China Big Leaf Golden Bud comes from large-leaf tea trees in Pu’an. Zheng Shan Tang has deeply explored the characteristics of this large-leaf black tea and combined with its unique original Junmei tea-making technology makes this charming black tea so special.

                                      This large-leaf black tea is full of ripe fruity and floral sweetness.