Mei Leaf’s Little Tong Mu is a Lapsang Souchong from Tong Mu village. My final session with this tea was fruity, floral and even a bit sweet.
Mei Leaf’s White Peony Open Pluck is a delicious treat in the morning sun. A refreshing sweetness that transports you to a green and blooming meadow.
Mei Leaf’s Guangxi Silver Needle is a rewarding tea. It offers a sweetness in combination with chrysanthemum flowers and even oranges if you pay attention.
In this article, I discuss the best teas I drank in 2019. I picked a 2017 Silver Needle, a Yakushima Sencha and a 2003 Ban Zhang sheng puer.
Mei Leaf’s Kaori Black from Japan is a refreshing tea that starts out malty and slowly changes into a sweet and fruity tea.
I visited the Mei Leaf tea house in London and had a talk with Don Mei. I asked him some questions about tea and he happily shared his wisdom.
Mei Leaf’s Moonlight White is almost like a cool and minty syrup. It’s mainly a creamy mintiness with some sweet notes at the end.
Mei Leaf’s Nuzzle Diver is a Sheng Puerh is all about a green creaminess. It feels like a green tea with a lot of depth to it.
I opened a 2017 batch of Mei Leaf’s Silver Needle (Bai Hao Yin Zhen) and was rewarded with a subtle sweetness of meadow flowers and dry grass.
I did a tea tasting of Mei Leaf’s Jem Juice Outlaw. It proves to be a tea of extremes! Read the article to find out why.