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Taiping Houkui Tea
$27.60 – $138.00
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.
Anji White Tea
Anji Baicha 安吉白茶 is grown in Anji, Zhejiang, which literally translates to "Anji white tea," but Anji white tea belongs to the green tea category. Anji white tea has been produced since the 1970s, it is harvested in a low-temperature environment (lower than 23°C) every spring, due to the hindrance of the synthesis of chlorophyll in the new leaves, the leaf color will gradually become albino. As the temperature rises, the leaf color will return to green. The harvest period is only 30 days (usually from April 15 to May 15) The amino acid content is 5-10.6%, which is 3-4 times higher than ordinary green tea. Polyphenols are less than other green teas, so Anji white tea has a very fresh taste without bitterness.
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