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These delightfully shaped tea cakes, which resemble birds’ nests, comprise of chrysanthemum petals and tea leaves picked in the Simano, Pu-erh region of Yunnan, China. This offers a rich mix of sweet notes of chrysanthemum combined with mellow and earthy tones of Pu-erh tea. When brewed, it creates a liquid with tones of autumn leaves in the cup, perfect choice in the WellTea range for warming your soul on a brisk wintery afternoon.
Lotus leaf is the symbol of peace and harmony in China. These are the sensations you will feel after supping on a cup of Lotus Leaf Raw Pu-reah Mini Tuocha Tea. Lotus leaf, which is also traditionally used to wrap sticky rice, provides this WellTea with a fresh, earthy aroma and helps to distinguish this special oriental blend.
Sitting down for a cup of Ripened Rose Pu-erh Mini Tuocha Tea will lift your mood and spirits. This is due to both its calming sensations and from appreciating the love and care that goes into creating each teacake. Once placed in boiling water, the rosebuds inside is released to provide this type of WellTea with a deliciously mellow, rose tinged flavour.
Peony White Tea, also known as Pai Mu Tan, is one of the most popular types of white tea in the world. There are, however, many varieties of peony white tea grown in different areas. WellTea’s variety comes from the tea plantations in Taimu mountains in Fuding, which is in the province of Fujian, China.
Premium Shoumei White Tea Cakes are made from tea leaves farmed in the Taimu mountains of Fuding, China. They are plucked later in the year than other white teas, making them a darker shade of green than most white WellTeas. This contributes to their mellow yet fruity flavour, with acute notes of herbaceous in every cup.
Premium White Tea Cakes, also known as Yue Guang Bai, contain a fresh, silver colored budset. This WellTea is harvested from Arbor tea trees, which are between 100 and 300 years old. The large tea leaves have a fuzzy texture and are covered in soft silvery needles, leading to the family name of white needle tea. These leaves are carefully pressed together by hand to create the 350g tea cakes.