Organic Nonpareil Fujian Black Tea

Thick, full bodied texture with pure and clean profile

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Organic Nonpareil Fujian Black Tea

Thick, full bodied texture with pure and clean profile

82% of 100

Panlan Village, Yong’an City, Fujian Province, China

Harvest Time:

April 2, 2019

Plucking Standard:

One bud with one leaf

Dry leaf:

Tight and fine strips, evenly shaped with a dark and glossy color


Natural sweet potato and floral aromas, sweet smell along with caramel aroma, very pleasant


Bright and clear orange-yellow


The liquid is pure, tastes mellow and smooth, with a long sweet flavor and high mountain aroma

Tea Bush:

Huang Guanyin Tea Tree

Tea Garden:

Panlan Tea Garden (980 - 1200m)


Less than 40% of a cup of coffee


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

Shelf Life:

36 Months

Angel's Comment:

Long-last pure taste! After tasting as if we stand alone in the tea garden which is located in mountains surrounded by clouds and mist, taking bath under sunlight, surrounded by the sheep who are grazing at large.

High-quality raw materials are the base requirement for making a good tea. TeaVivre’s nonpareil Fujian black is carefully selected with the one-bud, one-leaf method, restricting the tea farmers in the amount they can pick by hand but at the same time allowing them to utilize time-tested traditional production methods, both retaining the taste of the tea a well as giving it a softer, smoother note.


This black tea comes out with a distinct sweet potato aroma and taste upon the first sip, unique among other types of black teas; this sweetness lingers from the first infusion to the last and even beyond. Alongside that sweet potato aroma, you may be able to pick out a light floral or caramel taste too, and on opening your gaiwan lid, the steam wafts out with a faint milky sweetness to it.

This is a pure, delicious black tea, with a bright liquid and unique high mountain flavor, wrapped together in a strong taste and full body.


Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
194℉ / 90℃ 194℉ / 90℃
4 teaspoons / 5g Tea 5g Tea
Brewing time: 3 - 5 mins 9 steeps: 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s, 50s, 70s, 100s, 150s, 200s
Tea Garden

Panlan Tea Garden sits at the foot of Dafeng Mountain, the tallest peak in Yong’an City, in one of the most remote mountain villages. Because it is so sparsely populated and far away from concentrated populations, the natural and ecological environment here are preserved and become a paradise for wild animals.

The average elevation of the garden is between 980 and 1200m, with rocky, sandy soil, creating excellent natural conditions for the growth of the tea trees. The farmers here also utilize a purely farming method: they raise goats for weeding, and their fermented manure is used as a great fertilizer.

Cattle Goose
Goats’ feces as natural fertilizer Animals become natural weeders in tea garden
Ancient Tree Spring water
Wild Ancient Tea Trees Spring water irrigation the tea trees
Tea Farmer

Mr. Zhong is the founder of Panlan tea Garden, and has been planting trees in ecological ways for many years. He never uses chemical pesticides or fertilizers in his gardens, and in addition to manual weeding, he raises herbivores such as chickens, ducks, goats, or cattle to assist. The manure from these animals also serves as a natural fertilizer providing potent nutrients for the tea trees. Since the gardens are located in high mountainous areas, natural spring water can be employed for irrigation as well.


Yong’an City is in the central part of Fujian Province, and belongs to the mid-subtropical maritime monsoon climate. There are many hilly mountains here, with the average annual temperature around 19.2℃. Yong’an has both a long history in tea cultivation as well as an abundant collection of ancient tree resources, and is an excellent resource protection area for wild tea trees.

Map of Yongan

Tea Bush

Huang Guanyin is a new clonal species selected by the tea research institute of the Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, bred from the Tie Guan Yin and Huang Dan oolong varieties, the latter of which is the original source bush for Golden Osmanthus tea. Huang Guanyin is a relatively large tree with yellowish-green oval leaves. Its spring tea contains 2.3% amino acids, 27.3% tea polyphenols, 12.6% catechins, and 3.5% caffeine.

Huang guan yin tea bush

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