Junshan Brand Huang Cha Mao Jian China Hunan Dong Ting Lake Yellow Tip Tea 50g

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Type: Yellow
Net Weight: 50g
Packaging: Box
Origin: China
Description: Jun Shan Huang Cha tea is a yellow tea from Junshan Island of the Hunan Province in China. It is one of Chinese Famous Teas. Junshan yellow tea is only produce using the tea leaves from the tea garden at the Junshan Island, which is located in the middle of Dong Ting Lake of Hunan Province. Dong Ting Lake, which is the 2nd largest lake in China, helps release floods from the Yangzi River. Jun Shan is a small island within this lake, measuring about 1 kilometer long and 0.7 kilometers wide.
To process Yellow Tea, the tea leaf must undergo the unique step called Men Huang which is the slow oxidation process of tea polyphenols such as catechin. Jun Shan yellow tea is processed similarly to green tea, but after the first firing it undergoes steaming followed by a prolonged “resting” wrapped in cloth or paper. This stage may last a day or two before the final firing. The moist pause allows the leaves to breathe back their own aromas and prevents the astringency associated with some green teas. It also gives the leaves a very slight yellow cast. The initial firing halts most of the oxidation, but similar to white tea it is very slightly oxidized. As a result, it produces bright yellow color, refreshing flavor and sweet and mellow taste that are the characteristics of yellow tea.
Jun Shan Huang Cha is less expensive than Jun Shan Yin Zhen needle tea, first grade leaves harvested from the same area, followed by traditional process, you can try the famouse yellow tea at an affordable price. Our Jun Shan Huang Cha is processed using the traditional yellow tea methods, which take at least 72 hours to complete. In addition, buds from the local Qun Ti Zhong bush are used so you can appreciate the true and original quality of this unique yellow tea. An authentic product from Hunan Junshan Yinzhen Tea Co., Ltd.
Brewing Guide: Use each cake for 200ml of water. Quickly rinse the tea leaves with hot water at 80 degree Celsius, and then gently pour hot water at 80-85 degree C into the teapot, let it brew for 2 minutes. The leaves are good for 5 infusions. Add a little more time for each subsequent infusion.