In the southwestern and wooded part of China, Yunnan Province is one of the world’s oldest tea growing areas. Tea has been growing for almost 1700 years and the area’s climate is ideal for producing high quality tea. It is believed that tea plant Camelia Sinensis has always grown wild in the Yunnan area. “Yun” means “cloud” which refers to the very high humidity that characterises Yunnan.
This black tea has a powerful flavour with pleasant taste notes of malt and is lightly smoked.
Suitable as morning and afternoon tea with the addition of milk to taste.