Our Red Agate owes its name to incredible multi-layered flavors and scents and inviting intense reddish-brown color. Processed like the popular Qimen tea, but grown in the clean unique environment of Sichuan province, this tea can surprise you with all – plumper intense reddish-lack color dry leaves with lively golden edges, strong aroma and flowery notes, delicate sweetness and alluring color.
Unique Sichuan black tea with complex character and flowery sweetness
Leaf: Curly slender intense black leaves with a few golden edges
Liquor: Clean reddish-brown
Aroma: Strong and sweet with flowery notes
Taste: Multi-layered tea with delicate sweetness
Don't drink black tea for 6 hours before bed time
3 grams of loose leaf tea in 300ml of 85℃ water for 3 minutes. Re-steep 2-3 times.
Average milligrams of caffeine per serving
Tea with lowest caffeine - White tea, almost like decaf tea
Tea with less caffeine - Yellow tea, caffeine content higher than that of white tea
Oolong tea caffeine content is similar with black tea caffeine content.
Tea with most caffeine - Pu’erh tea is High caffeine tea, contains caffeine a bit less than coffee
Harvest Time 1450meters E103°N28° 17.5°C Summer
Mabian Yi Autonomous County
Mabian is located in the southwest China, where the majority of residents are of Yi minority. Mabian is far from major cities, so the damage on the environment is extremely low. Nearly 100% of soil and vegetation in Mabian are pollution-free.
Black Tea Making Process
Thousands years of history, delicate & artistic handmade