“Our high elevation tea farm is situated over the ruins
of an ancient mountaintop fort, and protected by mist
and clouds throughout the day for sweet and complex tea.
My grandfather planted the first tea bushes here in Longjuan just a few generations ago
with the firm belief that our microclimate can stand up to the most famous Tieguanyin
growing regions in China like Daping Village.
Because our growing region is new, we aren’t bound by tradition.
We finish our teas the way we think they want to be finished, whether that means as an oolong,
a black tea, or even pressed into cakes – every harvest speaks to us, and we listen.
We invite you to try the teas that have changed our whole region for the better,
and see for yourself our passion for innovation and craft.”
– Mr. Liu