Lick a rock: Rock oolongs are named for the Wuyi Mountains where they grow. The region’s rocky, mineral-rich soil that imparts that unmistakable Wuyi flavor 👅
Feels like: Warming your bones by the campfire after a long day’s hike. You forget about your tired, achey joints as you watch the stars twinkle to life above the peaks surrounding you. You take a deep breath to hold some of the mountains, earth, and fire inside you — even if only for a minute.
100g of tea is good for:
• 125+ mug servings (2.5g/mug, steeped 3+ times)
• 100+ gaiwan servings (5g/gaiwan, steeped 5+ times)
• 15 liters cold brew
🌱 This tea is grown on Mr. Chen & Mr. Liu's farm in the Wuyi Mountains and is USDA-certified organic. Spent leaves are *gold* for your compost pile.
♻️ Our steel tea tins are crafted with care in Kyoto, Japan. Please reuse and recycle!
💧 3% of every tea purchase supports clean water projects, because without clean water there is no tea.