Larger (souzhong) leaves are taken from the lower parts of the tea bush and after fermentation they are roasted on a hot iron plate. The tea is then smoked on
Herbal infusion with lemon balm, peppermint, camomile, berry leaves, lavender, orange blossoms, lemongrass and heather. A refreshing tea with very high notes, but without the tang of hibiscus or rosehip.
Kericho, west of the Rift Valley produces most of Kenya’s orthodox teas. Since Kenya’s independence, the large European tea estates have been converted into many small family owned tea farms.
Ali Mountain, famous for superior High Mountain tea cultivation in Taiwan. Its abilities of gradual unlocking of aroma and flavours makes it ideal for multiple infusions. Maximum 3 leaves are
Gunpowder tea is dried slowly in rotating drums to a very tightly-rolled ball. It has a slightly dry and fresh flavour. If the tea seems too bitter, a first short