Da Hong Pao is a Wuyi rock tea, picked from ancient wild tea trees that grow in Jiu Long Chao (Nine Dragon Nest) high up in the Wuyi mountains. The green-brown leaves have a thick texture and produce a fragrant amber-coloured infusion that can be brewed several times.
Brewing Instruction: Place 8g of tea leaves to a tea bowl, pour over 120ml of 95-100 °C hot water. This tea can be infused up to 3-8 times.
Qilan Jinjunmei is a red infusion with a lingering aftertaste and floral notes. Only the highest-quality ingredients are used to make this tea, which is produced once a year using the fresh shoots of tea plants grown at an altitude of at least 1,500 m in Fujian province. Tea growers hand-pick the light green needles of the spring shoots, which must be fresh and uniform in size. These cannot be picked during wet weather, and must be prepared on the day they are harvested. It takes 54000 shoot tips to produce 500g of top grade Qilan Jinjunmei black tea.
Qilan Jinjunmei black tea has won numerous awards for the past years – Gold award in the International Tea and tea culture exposition, Fujian province Best Tea award to name a few.
Brewing Instruction: Place 5g of tea leaves to a tea bowl, pour over 150ml of 85-95 °C hot water. This tea can be infused up to 7 times.
Raw Pu’er tea is produced in Yunnan Province from broad-leaf rough tea varietals that have been sun dried. They are usually picked in the early spring before the Qingming festival. The buds and leaves are picked from large trees, and undergo a special production process before they are transformed into raw Pu’er tea. Once processed, the leaves are tender, uniform and are deep green in colour.
Pu’er is highly fragrant when brewed. Its liquor is clear, bright, yellow-green in colour and it has a rich, thick texture that is sweet to the taste. It also has a sweet, smooth and mouth-watering aftertaste that lingers gently on the palate. Pu’er is a full-bodied tea with a pleasantly sweet and crisp aftertaste and is known for its unique aroma. One of the biggest benefits of raw Pu’er tea is that it can be stored for a long time.
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.
Tongmuguan Jinjunmei is a prestigious lapsang souchong black tea from Wuyi mountain in Fujian province. It is made of fresh young shoots from each stem of tea plant. Known as one of the most expensive teas in China, it is the world’s oldest black tea variety and originates in Tongmuguan village near Wuyi mountain.
The golden, yellow and black tea leaves have a dense and fluffy texture. The brew is bright golden and has a fruity and flowery flavour with a sweet after-taste.
Brewing Instruction: Add one pack of tea leaves into tea pot. After rinsing the tea, steep the first brew at 3-5 seconds. Take additional seconds for each subsequent brew until the tea gives a golden yellow colour.
Our premium lotus flowers are planted in organic and alkaline running water, blossoming throughout the year. Lotus flowers give its pleasant characteristic and refreshing fragrance when it blooms. One of the most remarkable features of our lotus flowers is that it gives 9 different colors and 9 different scents attributed by the difference in cultivation methods and species.
Out of the 9 different species of lotus flowers, we select the one with the best quality and the most nutritional values. Its golden-colored appearance makes it exceptionally distinctive from other lotus flowers. To maintain its high quality, they are all freshly collected every morning before 10am, and processed within 3 hours after collection using vacuum pumps. It is sterilized at 120°C to ensure quality.
Premium lotus flowers are normally around 30 cm in diameter in bright colors. Lotus flowers contains lotus pollen, lotus honey, plant embryo extract as well as multiple beneficial amino acids, all of which are conductive to the betterment of our body’s condition. On top of that, lotus flowers also have plentiful mineral contents and microelements, including iron, zinc, manganese, potassium, sodium and vitamin C which could help fulfilling daily body needs. Apart from the traditional brewing method, lotus flowers have an add-on value of brightening and rejuvenating our delicate skin, revealing its anti-aging secrets.
After brewing, our lotus tea emanates its natural refreshing aroma of lotus seed. The delicate fragrance slowly merges as the aftertaste in spite of the temperature of water used during brewing.
For skincare use:
Keep soaking the brewed flower for more than 5 hours, squeeze the root until collagen gel appears. Apply the gel evenly all over the face and neck.
To help promote Chinese culture, the gift set is designed in superior luxurious Chinese classic style. The famous poem from Wang Changling of Tang Dynasty is selected to put on packaging. This makes the whole as a valuable gift.
Honey pomelo is a oolong tea of red infusion with a lingering aftertaste and floral notes. It combines oolong’s rich character with delicate floral notes to produce a truly delightful drink. The full-bodied oolong base is complemented by the faint citrus scent of the blossom, which adds depth without overwhelming the palate. The tea steeps to a clear, gleaming, pale yellow liquor and the infused leaves are fine, uniform and bright in color. When stored dry, the tea keeps well; even when steeped, the liquor and infused leaves retain their flavor for a long time.
Honey pomelo oolong tea is prepared from an oolong tea base that is scented with fresh pomelo flowers. Pomelo trees bloom towards the end of March for a relatively short period, so the flowers must be harvested over just a few days. The larger, whiter flower buds are used to scent the tea, and are picked first thing on the day that the tea is prepared.
Dragon Ball Jasmine Tea (Fujian, China) 5g
Jasmine tea is one of the most famous types of flowering tea. It is known for its fragrant floral aroma.
The tea produces a smooth aromatic infusion and is regarded as the jewel in the crown of flowering teas. It is rolled into pearl-shaped balls with streaks of jade green and pearl white and has a sweet flavour with floral notes of jasmine.
Kungfu Black Tea (Fujian, China) 5g
This tea is a red infusion, with a lingering aftertaste and floral notes. It is made with the buds of premium Osamanthus that gives an amber-coloured infusion with a rich, full-bodied flavour. Kungfu Black Tea is cultivated in highland, geographically a premium location. With fertile soil and excellent climatic condition, this is the ideal place for tea cultivation. Kungfu Black Tea has received Gold awards numerous times in the Fujing city and province as well as in the Tea Straits Forum.
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.