Organic Osmanthus Golden Tip Black Tea

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Black Herbal Blend
Black Tea, Osmanthus
Chocolate, Floral, Malt, Osmanthus, Peach, Savory, Sweet, Wood, Cocoa, Tannic
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From Adhara Tea and Botanicals

Origin: Zhejiang Province China
Flavor: Sweet, and fruity with notes of citrus, and cinnamon.
Aroma: Sweet, floral, citrusy, nots of chocolate and plums.
Liquor: Amber Brown
Ingredients: Organic black tea, organic osmathus flowers
Cultivar: Dan Gui
Elevation: 500 meters
Is there anything more satisfying than a great cup of tea? Especially when it’s as unique and delicious as our Organic Osmanthus Black Tea. Blended with organic black tea and osmanthus flowers, this tea is sweet, fruity, and citrusy with hints of cinnamon. It’s the perfect way to relax after a long day or enjoy a quiet moment alone. So why not give it a try? You won’t be disappointed.


Tea: 3 grams (1 teaspoon) per 6 ounces of water
Water temperature: 212°F – 90°C
Infusion length: 2 minutes, add 60 seconds to additional infusions.

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2 Tasting Notes

1705 tasting notes

I’ve had osmanthus blended with tea before, and mostly oolongs. The only times I’ve had it with a black was with the Earl the Great blend, and in Verdant’s blend with their darker and savory Laoshan oolong.

I watched this one for a few months since I traveled to North Carolina for Thanksgiving last year. I was trying to find good teahouses, and Adhara was one of the ones near me that was recommended. I didn’t actually get to try them in person, but the power of algorithms from facebook and instagram worked. I spent so much money on tea in the last few months after the existential dread of this past school year, switching from stoic frugality to Epicurean YOLO.

I feel confident to say I don’t regret getting this one. It’s unique, fruity, chocolaty and complex comparing to other quality black floral teas such as Alice. The base for this was higher grade golden tip tea, and it’s absolutely gorgeous and aromatic. I’ve done it gong fu, but it’s forgiving to some oversteeping later on. I expect this make a great cold brew too, though I would not push it too hard. I’ve quite liked it so far and compares better than other osmanthus blends I’ve had. There’s something about osmanthus’s floral peachiness that accents the yammy malty profile of the black tea to higher levels.

Flavors: Chocolate, Floral, Malt, Osmanthus, Peach, Savory, Sweet, Wood


Daylon, We’re glad you found us online. We don’t have a physical location yet, because we’re looking for a place that feels right. The complexity of this tea honestly is pretty amazing for a blend with two ingredients. Glad you enjoyed it! :)

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