Yunnan Wild Ancient Tree High Mountain White Tea Brick 60g

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US $16.99
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Type:
White
Origin:
China
Form:
Brick
Packaging:
Cotton paper
Net Weight:
60g
Year:
2021
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Product Overview

Introducing a very special white tea from Yunnan province in southern China, the birthplace of tea. Tea was first cultivated in this region thousands of years ago and it still makes some pretty amazing teas. This traditional tea-growing region is not known for white tea production. Deep in the heart of Southern Yunnan there exist tea trees unlike any other on Earth. The jungles of Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture and the districts of Simao and Lincang are home to the oldest tea trees in the world. In these regions grow tea trees that range in age from several centuries to over a millennium and our white tea is made from their leaves.

In comparison to our other Chinese white tea from Fujian province, the flavor and aroma of Yunnan white are much more pronounced and long-lasting, as it is made from more mature tea leaves which are harvested from a higher altitude. This high-quality white tea is grown at an altitude of between 1300 - 2000 meters, an ideal position that results in a deliciously complex tea you would not get under different growing conditions.

In making Yunnan white tea, the leaves are dried in direct sun. As a result, there is little or no oxidization of the buds. The result is a very smooth, light-bodied, gentle liquor with distinctive fruity, floral and light woody flavors.

In a cup, you get translucent, orange-golden liquor. It has a lovely soft mild taste with a fruity delicate bouquet. Yunnan White is incredibly fragrant and silky sweet, with a surprising depth of flavor that lasts for multiple infusions. There are notes of honeysuckle and baked apricot, with woodsy, herbaceous undertones.

The price is for one brick, 60 grams.

Brewing Guide: Use 6 grams per 6 oz cup. Heat water until steaming (170º F). Let steep 3-4 minutes. Good for multiple infusions.

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