This lovely Tian Jian tea is name after the Chinese Hwamei bird which is endemic to the An Hua area of Hunan. The tea itself is a spring 2013 harvest Tian Jian that has been aged in 30 kilogram baskets in An Hua since 2013.
This is a classic Tian Jian with notes of smoky peat, fruit, and chocolate. The taste is full-bodied and sweet. A very nice and affordable aged Tian Jian!
Cha Yu Lin is a small An Hua producer that works with tea growers and small village cooperatives to produce unique small batch Hei Cha. They've been producing An Hua teas since 2004!