This Blood Orange Tea is a blend of apple pieces, hibiscus flowers, rosehip shells and citrus peel. This is a lovely summer infusion. This tea is perfect as an iced tea in the sunshine or as a warming brew at the end of a long day.
Pai Mu Tan Tea is white leaf tea. Pai Mu Tan is a mixture of buds and large leaves from the tips of the tea bushes and is sometimes also called White Peony tea. The lack of firing makes the brew very delicate with a slightly nutty edge, totally unlike the flavour of any black or [...]
A semi-fermented, small leaf, green tea with Jasmine flowers. The green tea brings a strong grassy edge with a lemon aftertaste and the Jasmine lightens the brew and adds a slightly smoky scent. The trick is not to over brew green teas, it is best to boil your water and leave it for about 2-3 minutes to cool and then brew your green tea for no longer than 3 minutes. This allows the fresh spring grass flavour to come out but not the bitter edge that puts some people off green tea.