Dragon Ball Jasmine Tea is made with fresh, young green tea leaves hand-rolled into pearl-shaped balls, which are dried roasted and blended with jasmine flowers. The tea produces a yellow infusion with a rich, floral aroma and a refreshing aftertaste. Regular consumption can help to relieve anxiety, and the tea is rich in nutrients that protect against liver damage, promote healthy skin, remove toxins and relieve the symptoms of an upset stomach. It is currently one of China’s most popular varieties of tea.
This is a very special and extremely rare, natural, organic black tea. It comes from the western Himalayas at an altitude between 2000 and 3000 metres above sea level. Characterised by daily temperature range and long plantation period, melted water from the peaks offer a natural, extraordinary tastes of organic highland tea.
This, along with the fertile land and the favourable weather conditions, guarantees limited but top quality harvests, at several kilos a year and is regularly consumed by the local government. This black tea is extra mild and is suitable for all ages.
Tieguanyin is produced in Anxi, Fujian Province, and is one of China’s top ten most famous teas. It is a variety of semi-fermented tea, and the leaves are picked in the autumn harvest. Tieguanyin tea leaves are short, stout, sturdy and even, and they have a deep emerald green colour. Its liquor is clear and golden. Tieguanyin has a lasting, rich fragrance, and it is fresh and crisp on the palate, with a sweet aftertaste. It is a tea that is full of character and boasts a rich orchid fragrance. When brewed, Tieguanyin leaves become plump, soft and bright, and the edges of the leaves appear to turn a reddish-gold hue. This tea is also well known for remaining highly fragrant even after repeated brewing.
Premium fragrant Tieguanyin is best known for its autumnal harvests, which provide heady and fragrant autumnal brews that are jade green in colour and heavily perfumed with orchid. At this time of year, the tea is sweet, and the sweet taste lingers on the tongue. It also has properties that help to improve digestion.
Yunnan Ancient Wild-Grown Tree Black Tea is produced in the south-western region of Yunnan from tender buds and leaves picked from large wild trees aged between several hundred and one thousand years old. This unique wild black tea was carefully crafted using the traditional methods typically used for making black tea.
Ancient wild black tea leaves are robust and their buds are mostly golden yellow. When brewed, the tea’s aroma is fresh and natural, and it features notes of honeyed fruit. The liquor is colourful, clear and bright and it has red, orange and golden tones. To the taste, ancient wild black tea is rich, fresh and sweet, and the aroma lingers on the palate. Once brewed, the buds remain intact but soften in the water. You can continue to brew this tea around ten or more times and its fragrance will remain just as rich, creating a sweet taste sensation that will linger not only in your mouth, but also in your memory. As you continue to brew ancient wild black tea, its reddish tones deepen, its flavor enriches and its sweet aftertaste lingers.
Yunnan Ancient Wild-Grown Tree Black Tea is characterized by its intriguing wild fragrance and sweet aftertaste. Furthermore, the unique geographical cultivation environment creates an excellent quality of tea that can be brewed many times.