Murchie's Dragonwell 'Lung Ching' Tea is named after the village of its origin, where a dragon guards the community well. It has a flat, yellow-green dry leaf and brews a tea that is light and sweet, with grassy, chestnut notes.
Murchie's Golden Monkey Tea - A fine black tea from Yunnan Province, China, featuring large, unbroken leaves interwoven with abundant golden tips.
The dried leaf is mixed black and gold, with a musky, fruity, slightly grassy aroma and produces a rich deep red-gold liquor, very round, full-bodied flavour with a slight briskness. The flavour and aroma notes for this complex tea include dried apricot or plum, honey or burnt sugar, and possibly a slight smokiness or light maltiness and it has a lingering, soft, ‘fuzzy’ finish that reminds you that you’re drinking great tea.
Murchie's High Roast Ti Kuan Yin Oolong from Anxi in Fujian province, China, is roasted over wood and charcoal fires to achieve a unique colour and flavour which is less floral and more grainy and toasty than classic Ti Kuan Yin.
Unique and flavourful, this is an Oolong for every connoisseur to try!
Murchie's Jasmine Downy Pearls - Long leaves of spring-picked green tea are scented with jasmine blossoms and then meticulously rolled into compact pearls. As they steep, these pearls unravel and produce a mellow, honey and jasmine flavour.