Three teas, three unique tastes, all from one region. Grown in the Wuyi Mountains within a few kilometres, each offers subtly different layers of natural fruit, charcoal and pinewood tastes.
As you taste this Big Red, Jin Jun Mei and Lapsang Souchong taster pack, you'll see how even small differences in how tea is picked and processed can produce vast variations in taste.
For any red or black tea, you can add slightly hotter water and it brings out an edgier brew which many prefer. But try easing back on the temperature, and compare the softer, fruitier tastes that come out with 80 or 90 degree water.