Enticing fragrance, including thyme and dried basil, finishing with a hint of something malty.
Starting at $10
This complex oolong challenges definition, as it has a smooth mouthfeel (umami) and and a bold malty finish. This 2003 harvest is aged under strict conditions, minimizing heat and humidity, and re-roasted every two or three years to remove naturally accumulated moisture.
This tea will evolve in flavor with each steep and can be re-steeped 4–6 times.
“I was always brought up to have a cup of tea at halfway up a rock face.”
— Bear Grylls
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