Packet 30g
£7.95 (£0.27/g)
Pouch 120g
£27.03 (£0.23/g)
Taster 4g
£1.40 (£0.35/g)
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    One of the best Black teas I've tasted.Sweet and fruity. Smooth and thick body. The first infusion has a more grassy taste, later ones reveal more of the candy, peach taste.

A totally wild fruit-candy brew made from medium leaves picked in the hallowed terroir of Wuyi mountain.

This tea was a real surprise. It stands out from all other Black teas sampled this year for its 'pop' character - bright and light with fruits, flowers and candy similar to a sweet iced tea. The necessary addition of wood lacquer just about brings us back to earth. Check out that flavour wheel to see the uniqueness of this tea's profile. I cannot imagine tasting a more playful and candied tea!

Grown in the Wuyi mountains from a small leaf variety yet picked with more of a Yancha Oolong style (which is more famous from this region) - this tea is wonderfully confused and a bit of a wildcard for your collection. It will surprise even the most seasoned tea aficionado and at the same time is one of the sweetest and most accessible teas out there.

Gong Fu Brewing Western Brewing
Amountg per 100ml 1st Infusionseconds + Infusionsseconds Number of
Amountg per 100ml 1st Infusionseconds + Infusionsseconds Number of
4 25 +5 7 0.7 120 +60 2

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