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A highly interesting tea from Guizhou, obtained from the cultivar Ruan Zhi. Inspired by the successes from Yunnan and Fujian, an Oolong with nuances of black tea and Dancong was created here as well - and even as an organic variety....
The leaf of this Oolong is quite untypical for teas from this region. The cultivar, Tie Guan Yin, was deliberately treated differently for this exceptional tea. The valuable first buds from the spring production characterize this tea....
The Cultivar Rou Gui is native to Fujian Wu Yi and produces heavy and very mineral rock teas. In comparison, this tea is somewhat more aromatic and softer, which is due to a change in soil composition. The result is a quality that...
The tea grows on a mixed soil of loose sand and mineral rock - typical is that the roots extend partly in the ground and also above ground, over the rock. As a result, the tea absorbs a particularly large amount of minerals. In the...
Zhang Ping is a small town near Anxi and famous for its 'narcissus' Oolong - shui xian. The leaves are wrapped in wood fibre paper and brought into shape in small wooden boxes. Oxidation then takes place by gently heating the box, paper...
Like a dragonfly, the leaf shimmers in different shades. The aroma is similarly differentiated, with strong notes of a stone tea but also fruity to sweet elements of a Pouchong. Highly recommended experience.
Already in its 6th generation, this family-run tea garden produces only Tie Guan Yin. Grown at 900 m, the tea is made according to tradition. In contrast to the modern, green variety, this specially roasted quality embodies the original...
After the tea has been produced, the leaf is flavoured with fresh flowers of osmanthus trees from Zhejiang Hangzhou. A traditional tea with a bewitching fragrance and aficionados all over the world.
Traditionally, the famous tea fields have been owned by the ancestral families for hundreds of years, who have now started new plantations for organic certified Oolong around the area. The teas there benefit from the rich experience.
One of the first production facilities in China for organic certified Oolong of this grade. Originally only available with a strong roast aroma. Under the direction of Taiwanese tea experts, wonderful aromatic creations evolved here.
Pouchong forms its own category between green tea and Oolong tea.
Since about 6 years this special tea is being produced here as an organic variety using a High-Tech process. The GABA (Gamma-Amino-Butyric-Acid) content in the leafs is being fortified by anaerobic atmosphere in the wilking stage....