The Fujian Province in China is one of the most important tea producing regions
in the world. Its southeastern coastal location has a subtropical climate and
It is believe that tea has been growing in the Fujian area for over 1600 years.
The origin place of many important production methods, Fujian is famous for
oolong, wuyi yancha, lapsang souchong and fuzhou jasmine teas. In fact, the
processing techniques for three major classes of tea (oolong, white and black)
were all developed here.
Fujian is particularly important in the world of oolongs which come from two
major regions, Anxi in the south and the Wuyi mountains in the north. Anxi is
the origin of Tie Guan Yin, while Wuyi is responsible for Da Hong Pao and other
styles. Wuyi is also famous for its Bohea black tea, and its involvement in the
Boston Tea Party.
Huang Jiang Bin's
anxi wulong low fire
Complex with crisp floral notes and a sweet lingering spring greenness.
traditional ti kuan yin
Soft with sweet honey-floral notes and a delicate flinty minerality.
jin guan yin
Floral notes of wild orchid, osmanthus blossoms, and a hint of mineral.
Wang Xiang Feng's
ma liu mi
Gorgeously intricate in profile with lingering, pronounced floral notes.
Yang Ai Fang's
tie kuan yin black
A floral-fruity sweetness that hints at chocolate and whispers of licorice.
Wang Ling Hui's
yin hao long zhu
Gentle jasmine essence and intricate layers of soft sweetness.
Wang Xiang Feng's
tongmu jin jun mei
A layered blend of sweetness, spice, and cocoa.
Yuan Xiao Zhen's
zhang ping shui xian
A flavorful cup of light honey notes, that is floral, layered, and lingering.
Zhang Xiao Han's
bai hao yin zhen
Flavor notes of honeydew, fresh sweet cucumber and a slight hint of mineral.
Guo Wen Min's
anxi ruan zhi black
The cup changes as it cools and with each sip, more to savor.