Wu Yi Mtn Rock Wulongs


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Bai Ji Guan (White Rooster Crest) Rock Wulong 2013


When you infuse the tea, you’ll find that the thinness and silky smoothness of the leaves’ texture is striking. The brewed tea color is a clear and vibrant orange.

Our price: $19.42

Wulong Tea Sampler

Interested in Wulong Sampler combines six distinctive teas with different roastings giving the drinker a unique wulong experience.

Our price: $18.80

Que She (Sparrow's Tongue) Rock Wulong 2013

Named for its delicate and narrow shape, Sparrow’s Tongue has a rich and unique aroma with a smooth flavor and an enduring aftertaste.

Our price: $18.34

Tie Luo Han (Iron Monk) Rock Wulong 2012


Tie Luo Han bushes resemble a willow tree with thick shiny leaves with large veins that create a rich complex tea. 

Our price: $18.23
Market price: $24.30 save 25%

Qi Dan (Original Bush Big Red Robe) Rock Wulong 2013

Qi Dan’s most distinctive attribute is the complex aftertaste that develops slowly in the back of the throat after the infused tea is swallowed. This is the celebrated “Yan Yun” or “rhyme” of rock wulong tea.

Our price: $17.32

Huang Guan Yin (Yellow Guan Yin) Rock Wulong 2012

This new tea is becoming very popular in China, with its sweet flavor, floral aroma and long finish.

Our price: $17.21

Zheng Yan Da Hong Pao Rock Wulong 2013

A rendition of Da Hong Pao made from leaves of the Xiao Hong Pao cultivar grown in mineral rich soil of the Wuyi Mountain's center. The inventive roasting process used in crafting this tea yields a leaf that has both the complexity of higher roasted tea but without a heavy charcoal scent.

Our price: $14.61

Premium Shui Xian (Narcissus) Organic Rock Wulong 2012

This tea originally came from Jian Yang not far from WuYi Mountain and has been transplanted to WuYiShan. Premium Shui Xian is often called Narcissus because of its wonderful floral aroma reminiscent...

Our price: $13.13
Market price: $17.50 save 25%

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