2020 Spring New Fragrance Green Tea Chinese Famous Premium Taipinghoukui Tea
Carefully selected Taipinghouku Tea, 2020 the most fresh!!!
Brand:Min Ran Yun Tea
Origin Place:China Anhui
Harvest Time: 2020
Shelf Life: 18 months
Tea Net Weight: 100g box packing =130g
250g box packing 100g=300g
Packaging: Beautiful iron box packing.
Introduction: Taiping Houkui Tea has been selected as one of the Top Ten Teas in China. It is also a historically reputed tea since Qing Dynasty.
Its leaf measures up to 60 mm; it is the largest sized leaf tea among the famous green teas. It produced infusion with delicate orchid fragrance and a mellow taste which lasts up to four brewing. In a glass, the leaf gracefully sways in the water which is described as the 'Phoenix dances'.
The Taping Houkui Tea was produced from areas adjacent to the Houkeng area in Huangshan City of Anhui Province.
1. Put 2g Taiping Houkui Tea into a glass;
2. Pour into glass 100ml 80°C water;
3. Brew for 1-2 minutes. One minute for delicate taste, two minute for stronger taste;
4. The Taiping Houkui Tea stands up to four brewing.
Flavor \taste note: refreshing, smooth, mellow with sweet aftertaste.
Dried leaves: fleshy, robust, straight in pale green color, even, bright and lustrous
Liquor: Bright, clear and transparent, with very light yellowish green color.
Brewed Tealeaves: The brewed leaves show a fresh, bright and even green in color. When touched with finger, the leaves are thick but soft and elastic.
Tai Ping Hou Kui Tea is grown in the western reaches of Huang Shan's mountain range in three villages in the Tai Ping prefecture: Hou Keng, Hou Gan, Yan Jia. These villages surround a large lake that is kept full with a dam and sits at an altitude of 700M above sea level. Here there is big difference in temperature between day and night, a condition that is said to make a special flavor in tea. Humidity and fog from the lake create ideal moisture and shade for tea plants, and the area's soil is dark and mineral rich. Its fine grains are loose, well drained, and permeable, but still retain moisture. Seventy-three percent of the gardens are grown on the back slope of the mountain, that is they are grown on the opposite side of the sun's east-west path. The mountain is very steep and must be climbed to harvest and care for the tea, a demanding climb and descent. These bushes are mostly shaded from direct sunlight. Tea grown under the shade will have increased nutrition and sweetness.