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Hummus served with seasonal, fresh-cut vegetables.
Local, organic fingerling potatoes steamed and served with gomasio.
Cashews, coconut, dates, lemon, and lemon zest.
Pumpkin, sunflower, and flax seeds, with almonds, maple syrup, orange zest, and a hint of cinnamon baked and drizzled with dark chocolate.
Coconut, cashews, orange, agave, and dark chocolate.
Coconut oil, peanut butter, agave, and dark chocolate.
Shou. Smooth and well balanced, a mellow, soothing brew from a humble brick. Classic flavor with woody earth notes and sweet lingering finish.
Shou. Well structured broth with notes of peat, dark leafy greens, damp granite, and the sweetness of grape juice.
Shou. Sweet and nutty with a mellow date fragrance and floral sweetness. Higher ratio of stems offering more trace elements than leaves; expressing deeper layers with more information.
Shou. Old tree leaves from the late 1990s slowly matured in this old world style rustic or refined product. Lower initial oxidation allowed for sheng-type notes to fill in during maturing. Solid, mineral-rich with notes of alfalfa, date, iron.
Shou. Unblended brick from seed-grown trees. Private production tea from elder tea masters. Deep Qi - smoothest flavor - sweet and clean.
Shou. Matured in a south Yunnan low-elevation valley. Rounded edges, mellow character, smooth qi.
Shou. Highly refined famous formula tea. Choicest raw materials with artful crafting. Smooth, deep and elegant - A true connoisseurs delight!
Shou. Unique Menghai ripe tea formula producing a pungent broth with sophisticated taste and sweet aroma. Dried fruits, minerals, culinary mushrooms, cedar at the forefront of this complex profile.
Mid 1990s. Shou. Tightly pressed tuocha yields seemingly endless brews of stout malty liquor. Deep layers of dried fruit: Turkish apricot, fig, plum, pear, with a lightly toasted top note. The thick, viscous broth has many avenues of flavorful possibility to be opened through carefully executed gung fu brewing.
Sheng. Unique processing makes this an immediately drinkable tea. Flavor reminiscent of Darjeeling, fruity and sweet.
Late 1980s. Sheng. Coarse, rustic leaf with impeccable after-maturing makes this Tibetan-style tea easily accessible and affordable. Very bright and lively, smooth liquor, fruity top notes, and comfortably ascending energy.
Sheng. Kunming factory production masterfully aged in Yuanjing Valley. This beautifully arriving 17-year raw tuocha has a bright, sweet and fruity character with a crystal clear deep-red broth that one might expect from a tea twice its age.
Fujian. Toasty and sweet. Classic black tea with warm fruity notes.
Yunnan. Wiry charcoal leaves with golden accents producing a clean floral bouquet and sweet liquor.
Yunnan. Picked from seed grown, 100-150-year-old trees. This rare treat is produced from pu-erh varietal leaf. Natural honey taste, complex array of fruit notes, balanced energetic with deep qi.
Zhejiang. Nutty, sweet, fragrant. Classic and dependable everyday cup.
Fujian. Bold vegetal complex green with a lingering aftertaste.
Zhejiang. Dark green strips producing complex layered flavors. Grown in cloud and mist belt.
Yunnan. A brisk green with refreshing notes of fava bean, thyme, celery, cooked vegetables. Powerful and fresh.
Fujian. 2nd seasonal pick. Sweet, chestnutty, refreshing cup.
Fujian. Sweet, clean, floral. Smooth and mellow.
Taiwan. Separated twigs from high mountain oolong - roasted to toasty, nutty, perfection.
Light Body, floral fragrance, hints of fruit - a complex cup.
Anxi. "Monkey Pick" quality - floral, aromatic.
Taiwan. Peach and apricot character, floral aroma sealed in the charcoal firing.
Guangdong. Complex array of stonefruit, cherry, and citrus aromas. Sweet and complex broth with a lingering aftertaste.
Apple-like aroma with fresh, sweet flavor.
Peppermint, lemongrass, lemon balm, red clover, and nettle.
Sweet red African bush tea.
Sweet and slightly earthy, perfect pairing with dark pu-erh tea - a teahouse classic.
Rose, Chrysanthemum, and Lavender.
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