This Mi Xian is sourced from Hualien, Taiwan on a river terrace southwest of the convergence point of the Hongye River and Xiuguluan River.
The process of this tea relies on being entirely pesticide free. Leafhoppers are allowed to bite the leaves produces a honey-like fragrance and flavor. Peach, malt, and honey make up the flavors of this smooth and mellow tea, which ends will a vanilla-like creaminess.
A wonderful cup for all day.
|Mi Xian Black Tea
| Flavors & Characteristics
||How to Steep
|medium body, clean, honey, malt, vanilla
||3-5 minutes at 200F
|premium taiwanese black tea