Tea delicately made in the legendary “Bi luo chun” fashion. Attractive tea that one appreciates when the weather is dull.
Its amber, smooth, nicely full-bodied liqueur liberates a complex fruity aroma, reminding of a still warm plum tart at first, and then of the orange, the whole highly-seasoned with a tinge of mocha.
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Black tea* 100%. *From organic farming. Black tea: Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total 100%
Enshi Tea Garden CooperativeRead More Read Less
China / Hubei
The Enshi tea cooperative is located in Hubei province, in central China. The tea bushes of this mountainous area are well-known for the small size of their leaves which is greatly appreciated among oolong and green tea lovers. These tea bushes grow between 2600 and 3900 feet altitude and are distributed among 6 villages. Following an economic reform initiated by Deng Xiaoping, a Chinese statesman who put an end to the policy of collectivization of the land, the Enshi cooperative has been made possible. Following these developments, the 507 small tea producers have been able to acquire a total of more than 300ha of land in their own names. They subsequently founded their own cooperative on the basis of fair trade.