Unique white tea of the youngest not developed tea leaves, silver needles of hundreds of years old tea trees. Tea trees growing in inaccessible mountain areas in Ho Thau, Ha Giang in Vietnam are hand-picked by the Dzao and Hmong people. The tea leaves are dried in the sun and no other process takes place.
The trees grow at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level. Ha Giang is home to a relatively large area of 300 years and older wild tea trees.
The tea is mild in taste, has a clear sweetness and a floweriness with a long aftertaste.
Ho Thau, Ha Giang, Vietnam
Mild in taste, but has a clear sweetness and a floweriness with a long aftertaste..
- use about 8 grams of tea. Pour 80 °C water over the tea and let steep for 3 minutes.
- use about 4 grams of tea. Pour 80 °C water over the tea and let steep for 3 minutes.
Second steeping 4 minutes.
Third steeping 5 minutes.