** We are currently out of the Jinjunmei and are eagerly waiting the 2020 harvest. It is plucked early in the spring so it should be available again by the end of April**
One of our favorite teas! These tiny leaves have so much going on. Plucked in Fujian in the early spring, the tips are fully oxidized and lightly smoked. The dry leaf smells like plums and burnt caramel and just the steam is intoxicating. The tea itself is bold and sweet with a perfect balance of hardy oak smoke and chocolate and delicate fruity overtones.
This loose puerh from Mangjing village is made up of leaf from several family's efforts to...