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TAN BEI HUO SHAN HUANG YA

CARCOAL BAKED YELLOW BUDS from HUO SHAN

YELLOW TEA

Dabieshan, Huo Shan, Anhui, China

Classic Chinese yellow tea with a hundreds years of history. Due to a high mountain, special environment, unique local cultivar, early spring harvesting and traditional processing, this tea is one of a kind.

ORGANIC

AROMA
Floral, fruity
TASTE
Vegetal, Nutty, Fruity

ALTITUDE: 800 m
VARIETAL: Huo Shan Jin Ji Zhong
HARVEST: Spring, 2022

CARCOAL BAKED YELLOW BUDS from HUO SHAN

ORIGIN
Yellow tea is a special kind of tea that is known only in China and is its national treasure. This tea is produced on Dabieshan mountain, Huo Shan country, Anhui province, China. Its production began in the Tang Dynasty, in the 9th-10th centuries AD. Later, in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, tea became very popular and began to be delivered to the emperor's court as a tribute tea.

Tea bushes for the production of this variety are grown at an altitude of about 800 meters above sea level. For the production of this tea, only the most delicate buds and two small leaves covered with a barely noticeable pile are harvested in early spring. Then the tea is processed according to ancient technology. The production of this tea differs from the production of green tea by the additional step of slow fermentation called 'wrap-yellowing', what makes tea with a surprisingly sweet and mild taste. As a result of such processing, tea leaves lose their grassy flavor, while acquiring a yellow tint and a mild floral aroma. 'Tan Bei' is the traditional craft of roasting tea using charcoal. Since Huo Shan Huang Ya is made from high quality raw materials, it contains a large amount of vitamins, microelements, amino acids, polyphenols, etc. Extremely strict leaf requirements, labor-intensive processing and limited production volumes have made yellow tea one of the most expensive.

ORGANOLEPTICS
Dry tea leaves have subtle and refined aroma with fruity notes. The taste is mild, slightly tart with nutty notes and silky texture. Transparent and clean infusion have yellow, bright orange colour.
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