We offer a Chinese tea ceremony, served at the table by our experienced tea ceremony operator; a cultural experience not to be missed. The ceremony can be enjoyed as afternoon tea, from 2pm-5pm, or following your meal.
This tea comes from Phoenix Mountain at Guangdong Province of China. It is selected from the tea tree aged over 100 years old. When infused, it has an orchid smell and produces a delicate sweet honey like fragrance.
This Oolong is based on a famous kind of Oolong-Bao Zhong Oolong, which is originated in theFujian Province. This tea has a Bai Tao (Chinese white peach) aroma and with pink rose petals.
One of the very finest Taiwanese Oolong mountain teas with exquisitely evenly-rolled leaves, this Dongding Oolong offers a wonderfully unusual infusion of sweet and savoury flavours.
Huo Shan Huang Ya is a rare Yellow tea produced in the Huoshan area of the Anhui province. It smells fresh and refreshing, floral and bright with a subtle chestnut fragrance. Once steeped, the tea liquor is yellowish green; it tastes mellow and thick.
Lapsang Souchong is the first black tea made in the world and is known as one of the best in China. This Lapsang Souchong is from Tong Mu village, made by the famous Liang Junde, the inventor of Jin Jun Mei, one of China’s most expensive black teas. It has smoky notes, these famous notes are achieved by smoking the leaves over pine wood fires.
White Peony is a Chinese white tea grown in Fujian Province. Like Silver Needle, the tea water is light yellow with a delicate flavour. White Peony is made using sets of a bud and two young leaves, resulting in a fuller flavour.
Silver Needle is widely considered China’s finest white teas, as only the top og the buds are used to produce the tea. Our Silver Needle is grown in Fuding, where it is harvested for only a few days each spring. It is famous for its fresh, delicate flavour. The pale yellow liquor has a fresh, fragrant aroma and an elegant, mellow flavour reminiscent of lilac.
Taiping Houkui is a kind of green tea,which is grown at the foot of Huang Mountain in the former Taiping County, Anhui Province. The combination of the high altitude; strong sunlight and foggy conditions allows amino acids to be developed in the tea leaf which gives the tea a mellow and sweet taste with some subtle floral tones. It has huge, flat, bright green uniform leaves that are highly aromatic.
Grows high in the cool, misty mountain air of Zhejiang Province. It has a clean, refreshing vegetal taste and a long lasting, pleasingly sweet aftertaste. This is a superb everyday, easy-drinking green tea.
From Yunnan Province in Southeast China, it has undergone a cooking process and has been aged for five years. When it is infused it produces an earthy mushroom flavour.
*Prices stated above are for one person. Each additional person is a charge of £3.50 per person. *Maximum servings per tea are five.