This tea is found in an abandoned tea garden in northern Fujian Province, China. It is from Guan Yin bushes that are also used to make Ti Quan Yin oolongs. The abandoned estate is located high on top of a mountain in China, so the leaves grow slowly. This tea is made by hand plucking the buds from the end of March to the beginning of April, giving it unique dried leaves. A black tea with a natural sweet oolong aroma!
Ingredients: Black tea.