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The Himalayan Shangri-La tea factory, which opened in 1999, does not run its own plantation, but works closely with a cooperative consisting of over 400 surrounding tea farmers. This white tea was produced with great care. The selected...
Pathivara is located in a remote area of Nepal where the roads are not yet paved. Already 35 years ago, the Yonga family started cultivating tea here, but due to difficulties in logistics and expertise, the harvested leaves were only...
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,...
Kalej Valley - an estate with a eventful history. Founded by the British in the second half of the 19th century, it changed hands frequently. Since 2015 and due to financial difficulties it had even been closed. Fortunately, this year a...
Only the most tender shoots of the Camelia Sinensis from the spring harvest are processed for this rarity from Colombia. The leaf is wild and unique. The actual production time of this tea takes longer than three days. The geographical...
One of the youngest tea gardens in Darjeeling, founded in 1955. Just seven years later, however, it was closed again. It was not until 2000 that it was reopened. Only a small part of the original tea plants could be saved and carried...
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...
Handpicking of the buds and the uppermost leaf. Afterwards gently processed with an unusually long natural drying phase of approx. 3 days, through which the complex aromas are revealed.
Only the young, tender leaves of the spring plucking are used for this tea. This garden was opened in 2001 by two brothers. A matter of the heart, because they linked it to their beautiful childhood memories in the tea plantations. Jun...
Normally a family-run business specialising in green tea with a small processing factory in the mountains directly in the tea garden. The tea leaves are picked by hand, left in their natural form and gently processed.