Traditional Chinese Method
Enjoy a thick rich mouthful that that leaves you wanting more.
The name is inspired from the intense black leaves thats coated in a golden layer of silk. Its grown 2000 meters above elevation in the Lincang Region. Ms. Wang is the tea master who picks the perfect large buds completly by hand. Every step of the way down to the finishing is done all by hand. Ms. wang is also a huge advocate for for small family farms. She speacializes in specialty unique teas on her own as well with other cooperatives she helped create.
Floral Rosey Notes
Slightly fruity notes and smooth
The Impact from Your Purchase
You purchase is supporting Ms. Wang who strongly believes and fights for small family farming. She has helped her friends create co-ops as well as specialty teas that has improved their lifestyle. Ms.Wang gives many people a sense of security and guidance to be sustainable.
To top things off every purchase plants one tree in efforts to help with reforestation.
Thank you for your suppport.
There are several ways to brew this tea. Each style brings out different flavors.
Gongfu brewing directions
Tea amount: 5 grams
Water amount and temperature: 6 ounces at 208 degrees
Steeping directions: 8 seconds
Resteeping directions: Several times adding 10 seconds each infusion
Western brewing directions
Tea amount: 1 teaspoon
Water amount and temperature: 6-8 ounces at 208 degrees
Steeping directions: 20 seconds
Resteeping directions: several times adding 10 seconds each infusion
For those who like iced tea
Cold brewing directions
Tea amount: 4 grams
Water amount and temperature: 12 ounces at room temperature
Steeping directions: Place in jar in fridge overnight or 8-12 hours
Add ice and enjoy