Wild Mountain Hermit Black Tea


This Long twisted tea is picked high in the misty Wuyi mountains, in Fujian province from ancient tee trees that have been growing organically for thousands of years. The tea creates a red, amber liquor with a full ripe fruit, honey flavour and lingering complex aftertaste, making this black tea a favourite for all occasions.

This tea is is picked in tune with nature and named after a Chinese poem called “seeking a hermit without success” written in 700AD.

   origin: Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, China

   type: Black tea

   flavour: honey, nutty, ripe fruit

   aroma: nutty, sweet, forest plum



High Mountain Hermit Black Tea

This Wild Wuyi High Mountain Tea takes its name from a poem written by Jia Dao, a Buddhist Monk in the 8th Century called:
Seeking a hermit without success


I ask your lad beneath a pine.

“My master has gone for herbs fine.

He stays deep in the mountain proud,

I know not where, veiled by the cloud.”

How to Brew Black Tea Like a Teapro

add 1 pagoda

heat water to 100C

infuse for 3-5 min

re-steep up to 3 times


12g, 30g, 100g


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