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A introduction to the world of Chinese tea for both you and your cherished companions.


It contains :

- 1 x Milan Xiang Phoenix Dancong / 5g

- 1 x Yashi Xiang Phoenix Dancong / 5g

- 1 x Baiya Qilan Oolong / 5g

- 1 x Wild Gushu Hongcha / 5g



[ About Milan Xiang Phoenix Dancong ]



The Milan Xiang, hailing from the Wudong village, a pivotal region on Phoenix Mountain boasting an altitude of 840 meters, is a pristine exemplar of artisanal craftsmanship. Each leaf is painstakingly handcrafted to perfection. This tea presents a luscious, full-bodied mouthfeel, offering a harmonious symphony of floral and fruity notes that evoke the sensation of savoring a fresh, juicy lychee.


Origin:  Phoenix Mountain, Guangdong

Harvested in spring 2023




[ About Yashi Xiang Phoenix Dancong ]



Meticulously handcrafted using time-honored methods, this Yashi Xiang Phoenix Dancong reveals a multi-layered tapestry of floral and fruity notes, subtly accentuated by a hint of bitterness. It's the perfect choice for a summer cold brew, offering a refreshing experience that lingers with delightful, long-lasting pleasure on the palate.


Origin:  Phoenix Mountain, Guangdong

Harvested in spring 2023




[ About Wild Gushu Hongcha ]



Tea leaves harvested from ancient trees, thriving for over 300 years in the high-altitude (1500-1800m) region of Menghai, Yunnan, offer a tea experience with a captivating array of flavors.


This exquisite brew unfolds with intricate layers of rose, cape jasmine, ripe peach, and dried apricot notes. The texture is wonderfully smooth, vivid, and gracefully elegant. The lingering finish leaves an enduring impression, making it a truly exceptional tea.

This tea can withstand numerous infusions, offering delightful flavors for more than 10 brews.


Origin:  Menghai, Yunnan

Harvested in spring 2022




[ About Baiya Qilan Oolong ]


Renowned for its distinct orchid aroma, harmoniously combining the fresh qualities of green tea with the intricate character of Oolong.

Cultivated in a tea garden nestled amidst pomelo trees, this oolong imparts a delightful honey pomelo note in its lingering aftertaste. In contrast to the well-known Tie Guan Yin, Baiya Qilan occupies a more specialized niche in the world of tea from southern Fujian. Consequently, it offers a cleaner and more affordable option for tea enthusiasts seeking a unique and captivating flavor profile. It can be brewed both cold and hot. Each method reveals unique facets of its beauty, inviting you to explore and savor its various nuances.


Origin: Pinghe, Fujian

Harvested in autumn 2022




[ About Tea with Lin ]


Lin's role as a tea practitioner and facilitator revolves around the art of sharing her profound knowledge and enchanting stories about tea. Her expertise extends to curating a tranquil and hospitable ambiance during her tea ceremonies.


Lin is not only deeply engaged with the rich heritage and cherished traditions of her home country but also acts as a bridge to connect tea enthusiasts with talented artisans in China. Her efforts are dedicated to promoting the treasured world of tea and fostering meaningful connections between tea lovers and skilled tea crafters.

Chinese Tea Tasting Trial Size : Set of Four Variations

  • It's recommended to brew these teas in Gongfu Cha style with multiple infusions to enjoy its depth and beauty fully. By lifting the waterflow a bit higher while pouring boiling water into the brewing vessel, the multi-layered fragrance can be released more. 

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