This artistic blend honors the cultural parallels between Pu-erh tea and Bordeaux wine–a pair of ancient libations steeped in tradition. Their very names derive from their geographic place of origin: Pu-erh county in Yunnan Province, China and Bordeaux city in southwestern France. Whether tea or wine, connoisseurs seek gems that best express the nuances of terroir and vintage. Both Pu-erh and Bordeaux benefit from the richening effect of aging, increasing in complexity as time passes on. Together, Pu-erh tea and red wine grape skins of various Bordeaux varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc create a smooth, supple cup with a refined structure and notes of cassis and lavender.
Notes of blackberry and fig distinguish this singular blend of Pu-erh tea and red wine varietal grape skins