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  • Phoenix oolong: Black Leaf Special

    Black Leaf Special, Phoenix dancong oolong

    Gripping aroma

    What a wonderful aroma comes out from this tea leaves after the first infusion: subtly cream undertone with a marvelous sun dried peach, tangerines and flowers. I have enjoyed them as much as their infusion. Really extraordinary. Highly recommended for those who likes dried (non fruity taste) tea.

    Patricio Hurtado
  • Honey Orchid Supreme 2014

    Honey Orchid Supreme, classic Phoenix dancong oolong

    A True Delight to Taste & Smell Senses!
    There are a few teas that truly delight the senses. This is one of them! The tasting notes are varied, blending on top of one another, subtle and yet distinctive.

    Jeffery Leong
  • Yiwu Large Leaf 2005

    Yiwu Large Leaf 2013, partially post-fermented Pu’er shengcha

    Very strong Qi, flavours are dark profiled but complex. Not the thickest tea but still thick enough to be enjoyable! Good everyday sort of tea! Dark enough to be enjoyed late at night, and very easy on the stomach.

    Shinzo Shiratori
  • Dianhong Classic black tea

    Dianhong Classic, traditional black tea

    Complex and Unusual

    Acquired tastes can be perplexing or intriguing, depending on your viewpoint. Count me as intrigued after sampling a pre-release packet of Dianhong Classic. The dry tea leaves have a strangely pleasant aroma of roasted cashews and aged cheddar. When infused, the scent transforms into something altogether different, vaguely akin to the fragrant flower, Freesia. Drinking this tea gives yet a third impression, the hardest of all to describe. To my western palate, it’s like stepping onto the moon – uncharted territory and taste adventure combined. Is it blood orange or river stone? Bittersweet or crystalline? I cannot describe this unusual, slowly unfolding taste. Thank you for the opportunity to sample one of the teas from your new line. For me, Dianhong Classic is a riddle that may never be solved.

    Karen Ager

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