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  1.  Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy) - Selected Grade

    Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy) - Selected Grade

    Origin: Anxi, Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2017
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Smooth, refreshing and slightly sweet flavour

    Weight: 64 grams

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    £29.00

  2. Phoenix Dan Cong - Honey Orchid (Mi Lan Xiang)

    Phoenix Dan Cong - Honey Orchid (Mi Lan Xiang)

    Origin: Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China
    Harvest: April 2015
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Fruity, sweet-honey base, pleasant and bitter edged aftertaste. Some sasy it has a sweet lychee flavour

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £4.60

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    Phoenix Dan Cong - Old Bush Honey Orchid

    Origin: Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China
    Harvest: April 2016
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Rich, full body, deep and round, finishing with deep honey likely sweetness

    Weight: 30 grams

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    £19.80

  4. Phoenix Dan Cong - Osmanthus

    Phoenix Dan Cong - Osmanthus

    Origin: Chao Zhou, Guang Dong Province, China
    Harvest: April 2016
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Aromas of ripe peach and nectarine, honey sweetness; full bodied with floral fragrance lingers on the palate

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £15.00

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    Phoenix Dan Cong - Single Tree "Song Zhong"

    Origin: Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China
    Harvest: April 2016
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Fruity, floral with a hint of fresh peach and apricot, sweet after taste.

    Weight: 30 grams

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    £22.50

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    Phoenix Dan Cong - Snowflake

    Origin: Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China
    Harvest: Nov. 2016
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Fruity, floral and nutty

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £15.00

  7. Taiwan Alishan High Mountain Tea

    Taiwan Alishan High Mountain Tea

    Origin: Alishan, Taiwan
    Harvest: May 2017
    Tea leaves: 3-4 leaves are plucked
    Taste: A a floral flavour with a very smooth, creamy texture that covers the palate leaving a long lasting sweet aftertaste.

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £15.00

  8. Taiwan Alishan High Mountain Tea - Medium Oxidized

    Taiwan Alishan High Mountain Tea - Medium Oxidized

    Origin: Alishan, Taiwan
    Harvest: May 2017
    Tea leaves: 3-4 leaves are plucked
    Taste: A a floral flavour with a very smooth, nutty flavour that covers the palate leaving a long lasting sweet aftertaste.

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £17.00

  9. Taiwan High Mountain Hong Oolong Tea

    Taiwan High Mountain Hong Oolong Tea

    Origin: Alishan, Taiwan
    Harvest: Oct 2016
    Tea leaves: One buds and 2-3 leaves are plucked
    Taste: Hints of blackcurrant and juniper berries, complex sweetness of raw chocolate and molasses; this tea feels smooth and silky on the palate with a long lasting aftertaste.

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £19.50

  10. Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy)

    Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy)

    Origin: An xi County, Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2017
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Smooth, refreshing and slightly sweet flavour

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £11.20

  11. Traditional Tie Guan Yin - Heavily Oxidized

    Traditional Tie Guan Yin - Heavily Oxidized

    Origin: Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2013
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Smooth, fully bodied, light smoky fragrance

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £12.00

  12. Wu Yi Rock Tea - Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)

    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)

    Origin: Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2015
    Tea leaves: 4 open leaves picked
    Taste: Floral and woody notes with the signature mineral character with complex sweet and smoky aftertaste

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £14.00

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    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Hui Yuan Keng Da Hong Pao

    Origin: Hui Yuan Keng, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2016
    Tea leaves: 4 open leaves picked
    Taste: multiple layers of aroma and taste, sweet, cream, spicy, and long lasting finishing

    Weight: 30 grams

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    £40.00

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    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Jin Guan Yin

    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Jin Guan Yin

    Origin: Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2015
    Tea leaves: 4 slightly open leaves
    Taste: Rich mineral character and a mild sweetness of cooked fruits, complex level of floral aroma

    Weight: 50 grams

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    Regular Price: £14.00

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  15. Wu Yi Rock Tea - Rou Gui

    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Rou Gui

    Origin: Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: End of April 2015
    Tea leaves: 4 opened leaves
    Taste: The woody smokiness of the roasting is balanced out by the warmed sugar and honey notes that are particularly noticeable in the aftertaste.

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £8.50

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    Wu Yi Rock Tea - San Yang Feng Rou Gui

    Origin: Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: May 2014
    Tea leaves: 3 slightly open leaves
    Taste: The signature cassia aroma with a bit of orchid and dark choclate, and softer and deeper character than the Rou Gui.

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £18.00

  17. Wu Yi Rock Tea - Shui Xian

    Wu Yi Rock Tea - Shui Xian

    Origin: Fujian Province, China
    Harvest: End of April 2015
    Tea leaves: 4 open leaves picked
    Taste: A sweet caramel-like scent, woody smokiness, mildly floral character with brown sugar sweetness

    Weight: 50 grams

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    £9.50

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Oolong Tea, partial oxidized tea, is one of tea categories with the most diverse taste and aromas. What makes it unique is the level of oxidisation that it's gone through during processing.  So the oxidisation levels for an oolong tea can be anything from 10% upto 90% oxidisation. A higher percentile oxidisation gives a darker oolong and a lighter percentile oxidsation gives a greener oolong. 

There are four main types of Oolong: Light oxidised oolong from Anxi county in the southern Fujian Province: Tie Guan Yin; Losely twisted, highly oxidized and roasted Oolong from Wu Yi Mountain in northern Fujian Province: Wu Yi Rock Tea; Long and twisted with highly oxidized Oolong from Chaozhou in Guangdon Provice: Phoenix Dan Cong; And Oolong tea from Taiwan: Taiwanese Oolong Tea

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