Gift set include:
South Fujian Oolongs Xi Ping Lao Tie Guan Yin - 110 g
Lao, Old, Tie Guan Yin is produced in the south of Fujian province in the Xiping region. There are plenty of famous tea plantations here. “Old” teas are very popular in China and tea producers are inspired to experiment with aging different tea varieties and technological methods. They combine ancient traditions and contemporary technologies in these experiments. According to traditional Chinese medicine “old tea” has many benefits such as getting rid of cold from the body and spleen nourishing.
The bouquet of brewed tea is calm, woody and corny with slight spicy, honey and cognac tones. The taste is strong, dense and mellow. The aroma is mild, woody and floral. The nice aftertaste is refreshing.
Guangdong Oolongs (Сhaozhou Cha) Qiwei Huang Zhi Xiang - 60 g
Oolong «Huang zhi fragrance» was made in Qiwei tea farm (Chaozhou county) from spring shoots of Huang zhi cultivar (deep fermentation, medium fire).
The bouquet of ready-made tea is vivid, woody with floral, spicy and fruity notes. The fragrance is warm, fruity. The taste is full-bodied and sappy, with light woody tartness, berry sourness and lingering finish.
Guangdong Oolongs (Сhaozhou Cha) Ba Xian Meizhou Chao Cha - 150 g
«Eight Immortals from Meizhou» is made by authentic Chao Cha technology (multiple roasting alternating with interruptions for cooling).
The bouquet of the brewed tea is bright and multifaceted, with nutty, woody, biscuit, coffee, tobacco and fruity notes. The fragrance is deep and complex, fruity, with a woody accent. The taste is full-bodied and juicy, slightly tart, with a fine bitterness, fruity sourness and refreshing finish.
Length: 340 mm.
Width: 240 mm.
Height: 91 mm.
Gross set weight: 1285 g