How to Source Quality Tea

Here is a glimpse of what we get up to on our tea sourcing travels.

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It is one thing to be told that we always try to source our tea directly from producers and that we have strict quality control yada yada yada.

It is another thing to see the sourcing in action.

This video brings you on one of our trips to Guangdong Wudong mountains in search of Dan Cong Oolongs.

We think you’ll love:

The perfect way to store your tea. Stackable tins which have been designed to keep your tea organised easily.

Long Jing - Dragonwell

First flush, pre-qing-ming Long Jing picked on 8th March from 40-year-old bushes of the small leaf variety. Sweet adzuki beans, lemon shortbread and palmier.

Organic Oolong processed in low oxygen to increase GABA to 200mg per 100g. Summer rain, apricot jam, wet wood and chestnut honey.

Ancient tree Raw Gushu PuErh from Da Xue Shan forests in Yunnan. Banana pudding, wild strawberries, flint and green bamboo.

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