Dating back to over 900 years ago, when its ancestor’s leaves were offered as an imperial tribute to the Song Dynasty. A true gift. An ideal connoisseur’s tea. Buttery and rich, with caramel and floral notes and a distinctively fruity, woodsy character.
- : Oolong
- : Wudong, China.
- : Medium
- : Hand-harvested from a single garden of tall “Mi Lan” (Honey Orchid) tea trees that are 30 to 40 years old each, and then processed in extremely limited qualities.
- : Persistent aromas of honey, ripe peaches, apricots and nectarines. A mildly gauzy body gives way to the gentle aftertaste of roasted barley and lingering aromas of ripe pitted fruits.
- : Bacon and potato quiche and Samovar’s Salmon Egg Bowl.