One of Tony’s friends had a birthday lunch there yesterday and I was called upon to order the tea for the group. I asked the server if they had any tea from Jiangxi (knowing that Wuyuan, Jiangxi is a famous tea producing region having visited there in 2009). She said they did (even though tea selections from Jiangxi are not on their printed menu!), so of course that was what we ordered.
It was nice. Soft, subtle, sweet and mellow. Look forward to learning more about 仙枝绿茶 Xian Zhi (loosely translated as “immortal branch/twig”) green tea!
(sorry the photos aren’t so great—using my cellphone)
- Explore the stories behind each of Tranquil Tuesdays teas and teaware
- Travel with Tranquil Tuesdays seeking the best teas and teaware in China
- Learn the historical and cultural elements that make Chinese tea and teaware so unique