Oolong Tea
$21.00
This famed Taiwanese high mountain oolong is carefully and tightly hand-rolled, then roasted lightly. It is hand-plucked from a Jin Xuan varietal, grown in fields that lie in the shadows of Mount Ali, in Chiayi county, Taiwan. This high mountain status...
Oolong Tea
$16.40
This soft and elegant tea is perfect for welcoming the return of spring and sunshine. Bird Song Oolong's exquisite base is a Wu-yi varietal oolong, grown at low elevations in central Taiwan. This lightly oxidized and lightly roasted tea offers natural...
Puerh Tea
$22.50
Our tasters all agree that this slightly astringent tea has notes of stone fruit, smoke, clay, and sea. The tea leaves for this cake were harvested in 2012, and pressed into cakes in 2013. This tea was plucked and processed by the Liu family from a plot...
Oolong Tea
$25.00
Dong Ding is a delectable medium-roasted oolong. A high-elevation handpicked Taiwanese oolong, this Dong Ding from near Lugu Township, Nantou County, takes your taste buds on a flavor journey, with notes that linger on the palate long after taking a sip...
Oolong Tea
$16.40
An outstanding low-elevation, lightly baked oolong which gives a deeply floral, rich, lingering brew. Emerald Oolong is a Chinese Wu-Yi varietal, generally grown at lower elevations. It is widely planted around Mingjien Township in Nantou County, and can...
Oolong Tea
$23.00
A partially "oxidized", nugget-style tea grown at a low elevation in the foothills of famed Mount Ali in Chiayi County, Taiwan. It produces a caramel-colored, fragrant brew whose flavor is often likened to baked yams or ripe bananas. This tea contains...
Puerh Tea
$60.00
2012 Vintage. A puerh that really has a fermented flavor, similar to wine or soy sauce, even in its aroma. It is a very pleasant and tasty brew that is sure to be enjoyed again and again. This is a "cooked" or "ripe" Puerh, meaning that the aging...
Oolong Tea
$13.50
A low-elevation, spring-plucked Taiwanese oolong, our Jade Oolong has undergone medium-tight rolling and medium roasting, which brings out both a flavor and an aroma of honey and cassia flowers. The aftertaste will linger for a few minutes after...
Oolong Tea
$14.00
Our Taiwanese house blend, incorporating the best of low-elevation oolongs. Created at the request of our customers who loved both our floral and roasted oolongs and couldn't decide which one to buy. Ingredients Lightly Roasted and Medium-Roasted...
Puerh Tea
$10.00
An exceptionally smooth, rich and chocolate-like tuocha. Comes in a mini "birds nest" shape for easy brewing. Ingredients Ripe (Shou) Chinese Puerh Tea. Brewing Instructions 16 oz Cup Place 1 unwrapped tuocha into infuser. Pour 16 oz. of hot...
Oolong Tea
$16.80
Our Spring Blossom Oolong is an exceptional, top-tier selection—a large-leaf cultivar hand-plucked and grown at high elevations. Lightly roasted and tightly rolled, Spring Blossom yields up to eight stunningly fruity, floral, full brews. In Taiwan,...
Puerh Tea
$10.60
This tasty selection is composed of cooked puerh (pronounced POO-ar) scented with an herb (Nuo Mi Xiang) that tastes just like aromatic sticky rice. The resulting flavor is smooth, earthy, and very pleasant. Tea tasters have described it as "mushroomy"...
Oolong Tea
$18.00
A remarkable Taiwanese oolong with a medium roast, Tea Kuan Yin has notes of dried fruit, chocolate and cinnamon. . That's what you'll get from this flavor smile. Be sure to set the leaves aside, as this tea can be steeped multiple times - enjoy! This...
Puerh Tea
$26.00
This small, dense raw brick is surprisingly sweet for such a young puerh (pronounced POO-ar). It has a smooth, round texture, underpinned by a lovely structure of light astringency reminiscent of dry, floral hops. In the aroma, you can find everything...
Puerh Tea
$30.00
This little brick has some of the darkest, and yet cleanest, flavors of any ripe puerh (pronounced POO-ar) we carry. Its musky sweetness is immediately evident from the moment you lift the lid on your gaiwan. The liquor is nicely balanced, with a big,...
Puerh Tea
$22.00
Our tasters all agree that this dark puerh (pronounced POO-ar) cake is smooth and earthy. It is an easy drinker with distinct notes of leather, peat, mushroom and ocean. The tea leaves for this bespoke cake were harvested in 2012, and pressed into cakes...