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Since the Tang Dynasty (618-907), monks have cultivated the Buddha tea known as 'Fo Cha' at the foot and on the slopes of Mount Pu Tuo. In the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), this tea was even reserved for the emperor. Produced entirely by...
Westlake Lung Ching, also called Xi Hu Long Jing, originates from a specific area. This specific quality even comes from the inner circle, where the high-quality teas are made. Each production step is done by hand and requires a lot of...
A state-of-the-art creation from 3 production processes combined together: lightly steamed, oven dried and roasted. The cultivar is a hybrid of Long Jing 43 and Hubei E-Cha 10, resulting in a multi-faceted tea with great substance and...
The 'yellow bud' from the Huo Shan region is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Already in the Tang Dynasty (from 618 AD), it was produced in very limited quantities and served as tribute tea to the emperor. After slight withering...
The basis for this sought-after tea is the Cultivar Long Jing #4, which provides a rich and deep aroma. From the first 3 leaves, a thin, slightly twisted leaf is handcrafted. Due to the altitude, the tea gets a welcome fresh charackter.
When you hear Anji, you immediately think of the famous Bai Cha in its elongated, twisted shape. But from this region comes another highlight, which is not very well known outside China. This delicate Mao Feng is produced a bit later...
Aracha leaf ground to a fine powder in stone mills, which grows partly overshadowed in spring. This quality from Guizhou is particularly rich, durable and is therefore quite suitable for pastries, ice cream, tiramisu or even warm foamy...
A speciality that is hard to come by. Similar to Oriental Beauty, which owes its aroma to the bite of cicadas, here it is influenced by small bites of the worm 'empoasca flavenscens'. The also rarely used cultivar Fuyun#7 makes this Snow...
Green tea produced in the style of Pai Mu Tan with a fine and sweet aroma. The time window for harvesting and production is very short and requires a lot of skill. Produced by hand in every step, the Lu Mu Dan final is a little jewel in...
In the heart of Fuding stands this one and only factory that produces the Snow Dragon in a truly incomparable way. A hybrid of the cultivars Bai Hao Cha and Long Jing #7, from which only the soft light buds are normally extracted. With...