AliShan Black Tea
A rare black tea from Alishan! Alishan is famous for its oolong. This particular black tea has higher oxidation than the oolong. Sometimes also called as a red oolong. As a result of where it's from, you'll taste the sweet fruity note, but also get a malty under-tone with it. The flavor is smooth and easy to drink. Aftertaste has a nice, clean, mouthwatering feeling that you don't normally get from Indian black tea.
Origin: Ali Shan, Taiwan
Notes: Malt, Honey, Caramel
Harvest: 2020 spring
Taiwan Yilan Black Tea
Taiwan is not usually known for its black tea. But when you find a good one like this Yilan black tea, it's very special.
The aroma of this tea reminds you of light chocolate with hints of the sweetness of black cherry. As black teas go, it is mild, with a soft aftertaste—a perfect tea to have at any time of the day. This is a very smooth black tea with no bitterness or tannin detectable.
Origin: Yilan County, Northeast Taiwan
Notes: Sweet Dates, Prunes, Black Cherry