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Honey Jinjunmei

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Grown on Huanggang Mountain, the highest peak in the Wuyi Mountain Range, and processed in Tong Mu Guan village an UNESCO World Heritage site, this award winning black tea offers sweet fruity notes highlighting honey and muscatel.Read More…

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leaf icon Honey Jinjunmei
country icon Country: China
province icon Province: Fujian (Wuyi)
location icon Location: Huanggang Mountain
altitude icon Altitude: 1600m

Grown on Huanggang Mountain, the highest peak in the Wuyi Mountain Range National Park, and processed in Tong Mu Guan village an UNESCO World Heritage site, this award winning black tea reflects its pristine terroir and is a must to experience.

Offering sweet fruity notes highlighting honey and muscatel, reminiscent of a light-bodied desert wine, it’s not hard to see why this delicious tea has been twice voted ‘Champion Tea’ at The Hobart Royal Show.

The perfect afternoon or after dinner delight.

Nose: Muscatel, orchids, hints of vanilla flower and toffee, alluring sweetness

Palate: Rich and full, charismatic honey, subtle malt and candied citrus

leaf icon Serving Size: 2.5g per 150-200ml
leaf icon Water Temperature: 95C
leaf icon Steeping Time: 2 minutes
leaf icon 100% Organic Black Tea from China

1 review for Honey Jinjunmei

  1. Bianca Garnham

    This is beautiful!!!!! It smells like toffee apples and tastes fresh, like a light black tea with a warm toffee flavour but without being sweet, if you could somehow imagine the flavour of toffee without the sugar! My mother-in-law is strictly a plain black tea drinker and I’ve never been able to sway her, but even she remarked how lovely this was and wanted to know where I got it. Really loving this shop and so glad you’re open!

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We recommend you read our tea brewing guide and tips to help you get maximum harmony from your cup.

Brewing instructions supplied as a guide only. Serving size (number of grams or teaspoons) and brewing time can be adjusted to suit personal taste. These may need to be adjusted too depending on the size of your tea cup. The less tea per volume of water, the weaker the taste. Eg. 2g of tea in 200ml water will be weaker than 2g tea in 100ml water. This is another factor you can adjust to alter the tea strength to your liking.

All teas and tisanes can and should be steeped / brewed multiple times, the flavour profile will change and evolve through this process.

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