*All of our sample boxes are deals and not subjected to sales*
This year, we want to take you on a much deeper level of this Dan Cong expedition because this year's teas are some of the best we have tried! Hence this spring's sample box will offer a wide or even wild spectrum of flavors! It is launched a bit late compared to the previous year as we were waiting for our farmers, farmer Xie and farmer Liu, to finish processing teas from medium to high elevation in Phoenix Mountain. The Dan Congs at this point are the freshest spring teas that are baked twice with light to medium fire, even though they are not charcoal roasted at this point, they are very tasty nontheless. We went through a much larger and vigorious sampling process this year and have decided to bring these twice baked teas to you: Ju Duo Zai Almond Aroma, Gui Hua Xiang Osmanthus Aroma, Tong Tian Xiang Ginger Flower Aroma, *Yang Mei Ye Plum Leave Aroma (a very special new varietal we just learned about), Tao Ren Xiang Peach Kernel Aroma, and a very special 5 year old Huang Pian.
Actually, you will receive a total of 70g of teas (10g/tea), because we will add 10g of this year's fresh Ya Shi Xiang Duck Shit Aroma Huang Pian for your learning experience!
Orders placed in the first three day early bird period will receive a set of hand painted (relief ceramic style) aroma cup and gong fu cha cup from Chao Zhou as a FREE GIFT!
From farmer Liu:
Gui Hua Xiang: for absolute osmanthus lovers! Bold sweet osmanthus aroma, mildly roasted and creamy, sweet after taste
Tong Tian Xiang: floral, with pomelo fruity note, spice, a hint of ginger, nutty
*Yang Mei Ye: plum like fruity note, floral, with gardenia flower aroma, mildly sweet after taste
Tao Ren Xiang: floral, a mild hint of almond, a hint of peach, peach pit like aroma, very good hui gan/sweet after taste
5 year old Huang Pian: honey like sweetness, mildly floral, a hint of medicinal herbal aroma, nutty, roasty
From farmer Xie:
Ju Duo Zai: mildly roasted flavor, floral, peanut, very sweet after taste
Ya Shi Xiang Huang Pian: floral, mildly vegetal, honeysuckle aroma, mildly sweet