Wuliang Shan Zi Ya Hong

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Spring harvest of purple tea leafs growing on high elevated plantations (around 2000m.alt) on Wuliang mountain and processed as black ( red ) tea by "ti xiang" technique , or as called Fujian style. High temp. roast for short time at the end of processing gives tea unique chocolate aroma and so the taste note. We also have  the exactly same tea made by sun dried technique , which is rather fruitybrewing

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TypeBlack ( red ) Tea
Loose Tea12-1000g
OriginWu Liang Shan
Tea MaterialBush tea ( Tai Di Cha )
Altitude ( m )2200
Year2020
SeasonSpring
BatchMarch
StorageKunming
B2B1kg Loose

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Wuliang Shan Zi Ya Hong

Wuliang Shan Zi Ya Hong

Spring harvest of purple tea leafs growing on high elevated plantations (around 2000m.alt) on Wuliang mountain and processed as black ( red ) tea by "ti xiang" technique , or as called Fujian style. High temp. roast for short time at the end of processing gives tea unique chocolate aroma and so the taste note. We also have  the exactly same tea made by sun dried technique , which is rather fruitybrewing

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