Origin: Wuyi Shan, Northern Fujian, China
Flavor: honey, toasted grain, pastry crust
"Narcissus" is the English translation of the cultivar name "Shui Xian". The name comes from the lovely floral aroma reminiscent of narcissus flowers. This tea has a bit of the floral character but it is striking for the pronounced notes of toasted grain and pastry crust (the dark part that gets stuck to the pan, you know, the best part). It has a sweet aroma and flavor and will leave you with a honeylike sweetness. A great tea from the Wuyi Mountains.
Sample pounches contain loose leaf tea.
Jars are powder coated glass mason jars and measure approximately 3 inches in diameter by 5 inches tall.
These are the best way to store your tea! They are totally air tight and protect tea from UV light. If you buy a jar the first time and be sure to save it: you can simply order a refill bag when you need more!