Black Rose: Mei Hua, Fujian Province, China


10 in stock

  • Weight: 125 g
  • Origin: China
  • Food Pairing: Game and smoked dishes are also an excellent partner eaten alongside this delicious black tea.

Black Rose is a rich tea infused with exquisite sweet “mei hua” rose blossoms and essence.

The rose is specifically bred to accompany this tea and is famous throughout China for its sweet aroma deep pink petals. The black tea used has a natural sweetness without any bitterness and compliments the floral taste of rose petals. A tea which is excellent drunk with desserts or cakes or enjoyed on its own. Should be drunk black.

This beautfully attractive tea is harvested in the Fujian Province in China.

Fujian is a province on the southeast coast of China, one of the most important regions in the world both in total tea output, production of high-quality artisan teas, and development of different styles of tea and methods of tea production. A tremendous diversity of types of tea originated here.

Climate, Geography, and Ecology – Black Rose

Fujian has a subtropical climate, with some rainfall year-round, but with a drier winter and wetter summer. An overwhelming majority of the province is mountainous; Fujian is also the most heavily forested province of China, with a forest coverage rate of about 63%.


Black Rose ‘Mei Hua’
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