Thursday, July 9, 2009

Reading the Tea Leaves

You may not be able to read them like a book, but they do tell a story! Our 2009 selection of Wu Yi Yan Cha includes two unusual varieties: Fo Shou (Buddha Palm) and Bai Ji Guan (White Cock's Comb). We've shown you the dry leaves; here's an up close look at the leaves after infusion.

If you're curious to give the new yan cha a try, they were just delivered to the teahouse this afternoon. They're also available online.


Infused leaves of our 2009 Bai Ji Guan. This tea is noted for its pale green leaves edged in reddish-brown oxidation.


The jumbo leaves of our 2009 Fo Shou.

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author said...

Have been reading about the earthquake. Is Roy in Yunnan?

- Janine