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Huangjinya Tea

$17.30$86.50
Huangjin 黄金芽 is grown in Guangde, Anhui, which literally translates to “The golden buds”. The golden bud tea has been produced since the 1990s. The golden buds are yellow all year round, the tea leaves are bright yellow. Cultivated in recent years, the quantity is scarce.

Huangshan Maofeng Tea

$17.30$85.50
Huangshan Maofeng 黄山毛峰 is grown in Huangshan, Anhui, which literally translates to "Yellow Mountain Fur Peak" due to the small white hairs which cover the leaves and the shape of the processed leaves which resemble the peak of a mountain. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. The color of the tea is green and yellowish, and the tea soup is light green or yellow-green. The taste is strong and not bitter, and the aftertaste is sweet and refreshing.

Longjing Tea Type A

$12.65$63.25
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Longjing Tea Type B

$18.45$92.25
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Longjing Tea Type C

$38.00$190.00
Longjing 龙井 is grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "dragon well," Longjing tea was granted the status of imperial tea, in the Qing dynasty by the Kangxi Emperor. Longjing tea tastes sweet, mellow, and rounded. Pre-Qingming Longjing Pre-Qingming Longjing tea requires it to be produced from the first spring shoots prior to the Qingming Festival (Chinese farming calendar) on the 5th of April each year. There will usually be seasonal rain for a few days during the Qingming Festival. Indeed, after the rain, the temperature heats up, which accelerates the growth of the tea plant. When the tea bud gets too big, it starts to lose complexity in the brewed flavor, therefore, Pre-Qingming tea is considered better.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type A

$8.05$40.25

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type B

$11.50$57.50
Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried. Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type C

$17.30$86.50

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Lu’an Melon Seed Tea Type D

$23.05$115.25

Lu'an Guapian Tea 六安瓜片 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “Lu'an Melon Seed tea”. Tea has been produced since 1905 and has a history of over 100 years. It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Lu'an Melon Seed Tea uses the second leaf on the branch. Each leaf's central vein is removed and the leaves are pan-fried.

Among all the teas in the world, Lu'an Guapian is the only tea without buds and stems, made from a single leaf. The stems have been removed during the production process to ensure that the tea has a strong but not bitter taste and fragrant but not astringent.

Taiping Houkui Tea

$13.80$69.00
Taiping houkui 太平猴魁 is grown in Anhui, which literally translates to “peaceful monkey king”. Tea has been produced since 1900 and has a history of over 100 years. It won the "King of Tea" award at the China Tea Exhibition 2004 and is sometimes ranked among the famous Chinese teas. The shape of Houkuijian tea is special. It is characterized by straight and plump leaf buds, freshness and mellow taste, and a sweet aftertaste. Even if you put too much tea, it is not bitter.