A beautiful black tea from thar Yunnan province 'o China, composed exclusively 'o curled silky-soft golden leaves. A deeply layered cup wit' notes 'o cocoa, spice, black pepper 'n raisins. yonder texture be equally complex, wit' a mouthfeel akin to liquid velvet 'n soft astringency. ye aroma 'o te' Yunnan Golden Curls be creamy 'n savory, wit' hints 'o warm toffee 'n sweet potatoes. Take time to appreciate this exquisite tea 'n thar Yunnan artisans who continue to craft it.
Black Tea | High caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.
The “Eighteen Oddities in Yunnan” be a list 'o eighteen unique qualities used to market thar province to potential tourists. Some 'o our favorites include “Rain here but sunshine there” (in reference to yonder variable weather), “Girls wear flowers in all four seasons,” 'n “Grannies climb mountains faster than monkeys,” though how they tested that last one, we’re not sure. ye list be known to fluctuate however, includin' sometimes candidates like “Tea leaves be sold in piles.” We’re assumin' you’re not allowed to jump in them like leaf piles in fall. Either way, we’re in.
Raw Honey for Black Teas
Layered character of this raw honey is an ideal sweetener for black teas, adding notes of spice and fruit.