Lychee Black Tea

Strong lychee flavor, mellow, smooth

Lychee Black Tea

Strong lychee flavor, mellow, smooth

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Flavor Fujian

Black Tea - Panxi Town, Fuding City, Fujian Province, China
Lychee - Qingyuan City, Guandong Province, China

Harvest Time:

June, 2017


One bud with two leaves and one bud with three leaves

Dry Leaf: 

Even in shape and jet black in color


Strong lychee flavor


Bright orange


Strong lychee flavor, taste soft and smooth, sweet and mellow.

Tea Bush:

Fuding Cai Cha

Tea Garden:

Chixi Tea Garden (800 meters above sea level)


Less than 40% of a cup of coffee


Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place

Shelf Life:

36 Months

Angel's Comment:

This is the first choice of afternoon tea for the tea lovers who love lychee flavor teas.

Lychee black tea is made in the process of baking the fresh lychees into dried ones, using the Gongfu black tea as material and smoking them together under long-time low temperature. The tea tastes sweet, mellow and smooth with pleasant lychee aroma. While brewing, you can add other materials based on your own taste, like: lemon, rose, milk, honey and so on. Furthermore, in the hot summer, a cup of iced DIY lychee black tea is also a nice choice.

Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
194℉ / 90℃ 194℉ / 90℃
1.5 Teaspoons / 3g Tea 5g Tea
Brewing time: 2 - 5 mins 7 steeps: rinse, 10s, 15s, 20s, 35s, 50s, 80s, 140s
      Rinse time is around 5 seconds
Tea Garden

Chixi tea garden is located in Panxi Town, which is the largest town in Fuding city. The whole town is above 600 meters above sea level with pleasant climate, sufficient sunshine and abundant rainfall. The average annual temperature is about 16.4℃. There are undulating hills and dense forests its territory, which has the unique and excellent ecological environment- “Good tea from the cloud and mist ”.

Cixi tea garden

Tea Farmer
Tea farmer Mr. Lin

Mr. Lin, who was born in Fuding in Fujian Province, grew up surrounded by tea. His father, grandfather, and great-grandfather were all tea farmers. When he was in elementary school, he helped pick tea after school during the tea-picking season when there were not enough people to help with the harvesting. That’s when his dream of entering the tea business was born. Mr Lin says: “My original idea was simply to make a good life for my family through my tea-growing business. But in 1993, when my tea business had gradually developed, I changed my mind. I want to create a long-term Organic Tea business.” Talking to Mr Lin, our impression was of a man with a very frank manner who speaks quickly, walks quickly and works quickly.

It would not be an exaggeration to say that Lin Jian is the founding father of Chinese white tea in the modern day. He owns nearly 2800 acres of high-grade tea gardens in Fuding, including 500 acre organic tea garden - the first organic tea garden in Fujian that has earned organic certification in the USA, Europe and Japan. He also owns a 200 acre jasmine tea garden in Guangxi Province.

In 2008, his Silver Needle White Tea won the gold medal at the annual Chinese White Tea festival in Beijing.


Fujian - Black Tea

The black tea material of lychee back tea comes from Panxi Town, Fuding City, Fujian Province, which is located in the northeast of Fujian and is one of the famous tea-producing areas. Fuding belongs to the subtropical monsoon climate, which is characterized by the distinct oceanic climate. The average annual sunshine lasts 1840 hours; the average annual temperature is 18.5°C; average annual precipitation is 1661.6 millimeters.

Map of Panxi, Fujian


Guangzhou - Lychee

Lychee is a subtropical fruit produced in southern China, among which Guangdong province is the most cultivated area for lychee. Guangdong province is located in the southernmost part of mainland China and belongs to the East Asian monsoon region. The fertile land, warm climate and abundant rainfall provide a very good growth environment for the growth of lychee.

Map of Qingyuan, Guangdong

Tea Bush

Fuding Cai Cha refers to the small leaf tea trees reproduced by seeds and also is a name for the older local varieties of tea. The history of planting Cai Cha is about 1000 years and during this period, the tea trees grow naturally. Its features are late germination in spring and fat but short tea buds, which are suitable for making black tea, white tea and etc.

Fuding Caicha Tea Bush


In the Tang Dynasty of China, Concubine Yang loved eating lychees. Each year when lychee was ripe, Emperor Tang Minghuang would send many fleets to carry lychee via the Grand Canal from the South to North. Meanwhile, on the fleets there are various palace tribute teas, but the royal and Concubine Yang unexpectedly loved the lychee black tea which is smoked together with lychee and Gongfu black tea. Thus, gradually lychee black tea is popular and becomes the world’s earliest natural fruit black tea.

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