Midnight Blossom Oolong Tea
Lightly oxidized, with an orchid-like aroma.
Perfectly rounded with highlights of jasmine and lemon myrtle.
Reminiscent of Queensland's perfect white Whitsunday beaches.
Ti Kuan Yin oolong tea, lemon myrtle, and jasmine flowers.
The main ingredient, Tielka's Ti Kuan Tin is grown and harvested in the high elevations of the Hubei Province's (China) stunning mountains during August-October.
Lemon myrtle is grown in the Whitsundays, Queensland, Australia.
Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers.
Total: 83%. FLO ID 23557 www.fairtradeanz.org
Australian Certified Organic. ACO Cert. No. 13123
3-5 minutes at 85°C (185°F)
Reduces and maintains healthy blood pressure, promotes strong healthy bones, prevents and counteracts cancer, prevents and counteracts cardiovascular disease, lowers cholesterol, detox, prevents and manages diabetes, boosts immunity, improves skin firmness and elasticity, reduces skin irritations, relieves indigestion, reduces bloating, reduces plaque formation, cavities, tooth decay, increases metabolism.
Improves alertness/concentration and brain function, relieves anxiety and depression, promotes relaxation, enhances mood and sense of wellbeing.
2018 Silver | Oolong Tea: Natural Blend
Notes from the Founder
I fell in love with Lemon Myrtle a few years ago when holidaying on Keswick Island (QLD) with my husband.
Four glorious nights on a virtually uninhabited island (no shops - nothing but a handful of houses and a tiny air-strip) being continuously fed mouth-watering morsels and gourmet meals at the Keswick Island Guesthouse with nothing to do but sleep, read, swim, walk and drink champagne on the beach with the locals.
Of course, my introduction to Lemon Myrtle was in a bar of soap so not quite the edible type, but it stuck in my mind, all the same.
So when I wanted to relive that trip up north and feature the locally grown Lemon Myrtle, it was logical to pair this with Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea - it always seems to remind me of the sea (perhaps because of the aromatic hints of nori).
It almost worked.
The two together were just a little bitey.
A quick trip to the ingredients cupboard was all it took to discover the piece de resistance: it was subtle, but it worked a treat - a tiny dash of jasmine buds.