Lychee Garden Peach White Tea
The lychee fruit is rich in history and is said to have first become popular during the Tang Dynasty. Emperor Li Longji loved lychees so much that he would have the Imperial messenger service use its fastest horses when delivering them to him at the capital. Since lychees were only grown in southern China, the riders would take shifts (day and night, in a pony express manner) in order to deliver the freshest lychees to him. This magical combination of eight different types of tea leaves, mango, pineapple, oranges, strawberries, red currants, sour cherry bits and apricot pieces will leave you wanting more!