Vietnam is known as one of the oldest tea regions in the world, with a vast area of ancient tea trees spreading from northeast to northwest. Hà Giang province is located in the northeast part of Vietnam on the border with Yunnan province, China. This region is famous for its wild ancient trees grown here for hundreds and even thousands of years. The unique climate, high altitude, soil and high level of humidity create an excellent environment for the growth of tea trees, which gives this tea a particularly special character and taste.
Made from high quality spring material harvested from 200+ years old tea trees, this tea is quite unique due to its rareness. Harvested by H'Mong minority high in a mountain at altitude about 1500 meters and processed by experienced tea master, this tea represents authentic wild tea with special aroma, taste and energy.
Traditionally aged in mountains of Ha Giang province, this shu pu'er transformed into smooth and deep tea with pleasant texture and long-lasting aftertaste. Dry leaves have a slight calm aroma of a dry wood. After rinsing aroma develop into sweet, woody and earthy nuances, bringing associations of nature and sauna. The taste is smooth and creamy with deep sweet taste of wood. Thanks to the Gu Shu material, this tea has a huge aging potential and even now can surprise with its nobility and mountain spirit.