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Weiße Tees aus Taiwan sind bis heute eine Seltenheit. Für dieses Exemplar wurde das gleiche Blattmaterial wie für den schwarzen Red Jade verwendet. Nach dem Pflücken wurde es sorgsam verarbeitet, insgesamt etwas länger oxidiert und als...
A rarity with tradition from the Tai Mu mountains. The tea bushes belong to the family of white teas, although its production process, containing steaming and dry heat, is more in line with green teas. Every ball is carefully twisted by...
A relatively modern project from around 1995, using only the bud and the first leaf. The present quality is from the year 2018 and is rich in ingredients. Like a Sheng Pu-Erh, the leaf is naturally dried and immediately pressed.
Folklore for this tea dates far back into the early Han Dynasty (220 BCE). The 'White Peony' is acquired from the Da Hao Cha or the Bai Hao Cha Cultivar. Historically mostly used in medicine and has only gotten popular here about 30...
Grown at an altitude of about 400 metres, one of Fuding‘s flagships. Obtained from a plant clone of the ‚Da Bai Hao‘ and traditionally stored on wooden floors, this lot has now reached its ideal maturity for drinking after more than 5...
A yellow tea with a long tradition. The monks in the mountains drank this tea over multiple generations and still do so today. The chocolaty - nutty tea has a lot of lasting power. Its look are of less importance, making it even more...
A small area with wild growing tea bushes in the mids of bamboo groves. The name comes from the higher content of theobromine (part of cocoa), which the plant producesforms to protect itself. This tea has a comparably low amount of...
The tea gardens lay at the highest point of Fuding, shrouded in mist and sorrounded by fresh sea air, which is brought up by the wind. The tea leaves from the younger bushes of the Bai Hao Cha are being processed locally. This freshness...
The tea material for this white tea comes from the bushes of Da Hao Cha. The aromatic larger leaves are used, which are stored for about 2 years. The leaves are softened again with steam for the pressing process into the ball shape.