A cup begins with light floral notes and finishes off with subtle tastes of caramel sugar.
INGREDIENTS:Green tea, Amaranth flower.
The weird little shape of this tea has a whole backstory and something to do with the King of monkeys that got in trouble with an Empress in a Chinese fairytale. But what’s really important is that this tea helped the monkey get back in her good graces.
The story has it that the tea wrapped in the Amaranth Blossom or 1000 Day Flower impressed the Empress so much that she served it at all her birthdays as a symbol of longevity. Even today, this tea graces many Chinese birthdays not only to wish the elders long life but also because it tastes so good.
Produced from tender tea buds grown at 500-800 meters above sea level, every cup of 1000 Day flower leaves a sweet yet crisp feeling in your mouth. The fresh taste of this blend of Fujian and Chinese tea leaves brightens your day and showers you with so many health benefits you simply can’t resist.