A unique black tea picked from young tea leaves of hundreds of years old wild tea trees in Ho Thau, Ha Giang, Vietnam. The trees grow at an altitude of about 1200 meters above sea level. It is the Dzao and Hmong people that hand-pick, hand-roll and produce the tea.
Ha Giang is a residence of a relatively large area of 300 years and older wild trees harvested by the Hmong people in these mountain ranges. Clouds surrounds the area and provides an excellent climate for the tea trees.
Ho Thau, Ha Giang, Vietnam
Sweet hint of honey.
Brown leaves, tips.
- use about 6 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep for 1 minute.
- use about 3 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep for 1 minute.
Second steeping 1.5 minutes.
Third steeping 3 minutes. Make sure the water temperature does not drop, the flavor develops with the heat.
The tea is suited for several steepings on the same tea leaves.