These tippy, golden-black leaves from China’s Yunnan province are a real treat. They’re grown on land mostly dedicated to pu’erhs, and are particularly hard to come by. We spent months tracking them down. You’ll understand why when you take a sip: the sweetness is irresistible, with mild astringency and deep, earthy notes of honey. Can you taste that this pan-fired tea is almost 100% hand produced?