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These tea buds are wild grown and come from old tea trees. The cool air and misty forest at an altitude of 1,800 meters of Chieu Lau Thi Mountain provide the best growing conditions. By nature, Dragon Tails form several layers to protect...
This Pai Mu Tan comes from Fuding and was produced in spring as a 'very light green' and completely dried through material. The process of refining with the smoke of cypress and pine wood was carefully done over a period of 3 weeks in...
Pathivara, named after one of the most important temples in Nepal, is located in a remote area where the roads are not yet paved. As early as 35 years ago, the Yonga family started to grow tea here, but due to difficulties in logistics...
Matured white tea has always been of great importance in Asian medicine to support the immune system. The tips presented here were produced in 2015 and come from the cultivar of Da Hao Cha. After pressing, the Beeng Chas were stored for...
Original White Tea, obtained from the Da Bai Hao cultivar from Fujian. The climatic conditions in Yunnan allow a natural fermentation that lasts over 30 days. After pressing, the tea is stored for another year to develop the aroma. The...
Storing and maturing teas is a tradition in China, not only for Pu-Erh, but also for white teas. Slowly, the advantages of this process are also being recognised in other regions, as with this South Indian Pai Mu Tan. The tea material,...
The tea was pressed in 2015 and since then matured in Kunming under optimal conditions. Over this time, the tea develops its mild and fruity-sweet attributes. Further storage is possible without any problems, but the changes are minimal...
White teas from Taiwan are still a rarity today. For this variety the same leaf material was used as for the black Red Jade. After plucking, it was carefully processed, oxidised for an overall slighlty longer time and produced as white...
A wonderful story about Mao Yi (Han Dynasty), who was able to save the life of his mother with the help of 18 fairys, which arised from 18 peonys. Up until today still exemplaric to the meaning of white tea in Asia. Aromatic, light,...
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...