Brouwer Garos Black


Extremely rare, indigenous large-leaf wild tea trees from Taiwan. Processed with high fermentation and heavy roasting techniques. The 10 year aged leaves developed complexity with age, consisting of a fruity flavor with a unique woody note. The rich and concentrated taste allows multiple infusions

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Taste and Aroma

Our tea has large, twisted leaves and its delicate, woodsy flavor suggests sweet osmanthus and cinnamon. The strong taste of natural cinnamon gently evolves into a cool flavor of old-fashioned garden mint


The Brouwer Garos Black is made by first withering the hand-picked leaves, to reduce the moistere contet for 14 hours. Additionally the tea leaves are rolled and slightly crushed to start the process of fermentation, this stage takes up to four hours. Consequently the leaves will turn from green to coppery read. Finally the leaves are fired at 100 degrees Celsius to halt the process of fermentation. It is at this stage that the leaves will turn black and acquire their recognisable aftertaste

Additional Information


4 gram sample, 60 gram

Tea tin

Including an airtight tea tin, Excluding an airtight tea tin


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