One-of-a-kind like Samovar itself. Grown by our friend John Cross on a dormant volcano slope. Lush green islands yield a lush black tea. Clean and smooth with out a hint of astringency, like the Hawaiian seas. See photos of how Hawaii Black is made
- : Oolong.
- : Hawaii Island, Hawaii, USA.
- : High.
- : Cultivated by John Cross from plants grown by his father as part of an agricultural experiment 15 years ago. Then hand-processed by Eva Lee of Tea Hawaii & Company.
- :Tremendously clean, smooth and refined, with no astringency or bitterness even when brewed for long periods.
- : Milk chocolate with sea salt or Samovarís Cherry Oat Scones.