Congou is a description of a Chinese black tea used by the 19th century English tea traders. The etymology of the tea is the same as 'kung fu' from the Chinese for "skill", as the tea was said to be made with careful skill ("gongfu") to produce thin, tight strips without breaking the leaves. This flowery brew blends a superior FOP (Flowery Orange Pekoe) which has been scented with rose petals as well as natural flavoring. Fragrant, flowery, and eminently shareable.
ingredients: black tea, rose petals, flavour