Most non-fermented or lightly fermented teas like green, white, and yellow are best when they are fresh. It is generally accepted that such tea retains its beneficial properties during 1-2 years. At the same time, the aroma and taste also fade away and become less intense and bright. I have such tea in very limited quantities, so as not to keep it for more than one year. As a result, I always have fresh tea, trying to get the highest quality, first spring harvest.
Even though most of the tea today is produced using chemical pesticides, I am very concerned about having a truly noble drink. All my teas are 100% organic and have gone through all necessary certifications. Such tea is produced in limited quantities and I'm very proud to share with you all these treasures.
P.S. There are a few aged teas without such relevant information due to their age!
The tea market is constantly changing. As elsewhere, the old is replaced by the new and it becomes more difficult to understand what the story is about. Thanks to my friendship with farmers, producers, and tea experts from different countries, I have the opportunity to obtain the highest quality teas made using traditional methods. These people pay special attention to the quality of raw material, tea plant varietals or cultivars, and the nuances of the production technology. One of the main goals is to give people a correct idea of why these teas have become loved by millions all over the world.
There is a separate world in the tea industry called "AGED TEA". Special tea is being aged under special conditions for years and even decades to help tea develop into a more complex and interesting drink. These storage conditions play a key role. All aged teas in our collection have been stored in a special environment that changes tea taste in the right way. It is very important for me that my friends drink a high-quality and noble product!
It took more than 6 years to assemble this unique collection of tea. Each of these teas deserves special attention.