Murchie's Oolong Tea Bars - made from leaves that are more lightly oxidized than traditional Shui Hsien and briefer roasting, resulting in a more floral cup. The bars are simply made from compacted leaves. This is a very old method once used to transport tea as bars or bricks did not take up as much room.
Murchie's Pi Lo Chun Tea: Peach and plum trees are planted throughout Pi Lo Chun tea gardens, to impart their fragrance to the tea. You will find a soft fruit tastes in the delicately curled leaves of this light tea.
Murchie's Tribute Puerh - This modern Puerh is soft and easy to drink. Not at all astringent, it has the expected earthiness of a Puerh, but with a ripe melon overtone and hints of berries and florals.
Murchie's White Peony Tea. This full leaf tea is a pluck of two leaves and a silvery bud, left to dry in the sun. When brewed, the leaves produce a pale and mild liquor, with a subtle fruit taste and grassy undertones.