JinJunMei (Golden Eyebrow) black tea is a Chinese black tea at its peak. This tea was invented as recently as 2005 by a group of tea masters, and is based on the traditional processing technique of Lapsang souchong.
The tea leaves are harvested from the original birth place of Lapsang souchong - Tong Mu Guan of the Wu-Yi Mountain area. It uses only the top bud leaf and the next leaf below and 500g of JinJunMei contains 60,000 - 80,000 buds. JinJunMei's appearance on the Chinese tea market quickly drew the attention of the tea lovers and has since been one of the most pricy teas in China.
The leaves of the JinJunMei are extremely elegant: a mixture of black, gold and yellow with fine, tight shapes. Its first brew is golden yellow, brightly clear with a fine golden fur floating on the surface. It has an uplifting mellowing first taste, followed by an elegant full-bodied aroma and beautiful/delicate after taste.
The unique nature and scarcity of this tea has made it to the collections of many tea collectors and the gift list for special guests.
We offer a choice of 2 sizes (50 or 100 gm packs).
We ship using Australia Post and advise a quote with each purchase. This is calculated directly from Australia Post's calculator during the final stage of the purchase-checkout and based on the total weight of the ordered package.
We offer better value to a greater number of customers by charging true shipping costs, rather than subsidize postage with higher overall product prices.
* Please note: if a wrong address is supplied and the parcel is returned to us as the result, the buyer has to cover the postage of re-posting of the order.
All orders are processed within 24 - 48 hours except weekends and public holidays, pending on credit card authorisation.
*Note: we use economic air for international shipping. There is not tracking number for these posts. Please advise if you which to take up additional cover with additional cost, for example $5.5 for a tracking number and signature at the delivery.
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