Sunday, November 28, 2021

Saicho launches new rare tea – Eight Immortals

This November, premium sparkling tea brand Saicho is set to launch a new Rare Tea Collection which will build on the brand’s exciting range of gastronomic teas. The new collection will offer tea connoisseurs and discerning drinkers the chance to try some of the world’s most exquisite teas. The first tea in the collection, Eight Immortals is a Chinese oolong tea which has elegant spiced aromas and complex bittersweet notes on the palate.

This sophisticated sparkling tea is named after one of China’s most well-known myths about the legendary Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea and is a rare Dan Cong tea cultivar from Guangdong province, China. The tea is grown on Phoenix Mountain which is celebrated for its mineral-rich soils, foggy climate and rocky landscape. Designed to be served chilled in a Champagne glass this rare tea provides aromas of nectarine, ginger, sweet baking spices and confit peach with an underlying earthiness on the nose. A bitterness reminiscent of blood orange is followed by herbal characters of anise, fennel and tarragon, making it ideal for pairing with soft cheeses or lightly spiced dishes.

The Eight Immortals tea is the perfect addition to festive celebrations as a luxurious bottle to mark the occasion, or simply a unique gift for a loved one. Each 750ml bottle is adorned with a hand folded paper neck wrap and packaged in a beautifully designed box. The warm earth tone box and label nods to the subtle spiced notes in the tea and is offset with gold foil detailing depicting a phoenix, inspired by the tea’s origin.

Founder Charlie Winkworth-Smith commented: “With our new Rare Tea Collection, we want to showcase some of the finest teas in the world. Inspired by the Asian tradition of tea gifting, we hope that the Rare Tea Collection will be a new way to carry this tradition forward.”

Saicho’s RRP will be £32.99 and will be available to purchase from Saicho’s website

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