Hailing from Wa Mountain in Yunnan, China, this malty black tea is known as "purple beauty" because of its leaves producing higher than normal levels of purple pigment.
Shrouded in clouds and mist during the growing process, these leaves grow slowly, causing them to be abundant in healthy nutrients.
We love it for its notes of menthol and sweet fruit compote. It's a lovely black tea.
Ingredients: Black tea.