Baihao Yinzhen Tea
Baihao Yinzhen 白毫银针 is grown in Fujian which literally translated means“ White Hair Silver Needle”. It is called that because it has a straight appearance like a needle, covered with white hair, like silver and snow. It was first produced in the 1796s and is one of the top ten famous teas in China. Among white teas, this is the most expensive variety and also the most precious variety, because only the top buds are used to produce tea.
Huoshan Huangya / Yellow Bud
As one of the representatives of yellow tea, Huoshan Huangya grows in the depths of the Dabie Mountains with an average altitude of 400-800 meters. The soil here is coarse bony yellow-brown soil, the thickness of the soil layer is more than 70cm, the organic content is more than 2.0%, and the pH value is between 4.5 - 6.0, the strict geographical environment requirements have created the rare and unique yellow buds. Huoshan yellow bud dry tea, the shape is straight and slightly open, the color is yellow and green, the tea is bright yellow and green, fresh and smooth.
Junshan Yinzhen Tea
Junshan Yinzhen 君山银针 is grown in Yueyang, Hunan which literally translated means“Silver Needle of the Gentleman Mountain”. It is one of the top ten famous teas in China. The inner surface of the tea bud is golden yellow, and the outer layer is white hair.
Mengding Huangya / Yellow Bud
Mengding Huangya is one of the bud yellow teas. Picked in Mengding Mountain, Ya'an City, Sichuan Province. The cultivation of Mengding tea began in the Western Han Dynasty and has a history of 2,000 years. The tea is clear and bright yellow, with smooth yellow tea buds, with chestnut and caramel aromas. The leaves of this tea are typically small and flat, with a yellow-green color. When brewed, the tea has a mild, slightly sweet flavor with a slightly grassy aroma. The tea is often considered to be one of the highest quality green teas in China, and it is known for its health benefits, including its ability to boost the immune system and improve heart health.