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Anise, Cedar, Cocoa, Licorice, Malt
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Blender’s Notes: This is such an extraordinary black tea! Refreshing, golden & consistent liquor, uplifting for many, many infusions. This is THE ONLY tea that this blender’s husband will drink after she gave it to him as a Christmas gift now 17 years ago! “This is the one! I love it! This is all I want to drink”, he said. He also enjoys with a little Maker’s Mark after kayaking and calls this his “B.C Cocktail”. After my husband expressed his appreciation for this product, I learned how to process our farm’s tea into a style very similar to what we used to sell as " Yunnan Gold ". Michigan’s terroir is different from China’s Yunnan province area, so there are notable flavor differences between the two items, thus necessitating a name change. Please note that we have limited amproduce is immediately packaged into tins.

Remember when ordering loose teas, that there are approximately 200 servings per pound (or that 1 oz. of loose leaf tea or tisane makes 15-25 servings).ounts of this product in pound bags available each year, as most of what we

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Michigan Grown and processed Black tea.

Yeah, this one stands up against many Yunnan Blacks. I won’t go into too much detail, but it was long lasting western. The profile is extremely close to a Bai Lin or Golden Monkey Picked Yunnan black. The flavor leans heavier into anise, licorice, and cedar, with malt and cocoa in texture. I do think it’s overpriced, but it stands out. I’ll have plenty to play with, and I don’t regret trying it. This note is a placeholder for now.

Flavors: Anise, Cedar, Cocoa, Licorice, Malt


That’s fascinating. I do love yunnan blacks, and this is intriguing, but also holy wow those prices!

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