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Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea, with the unique 5% degree of heaping for yellowing process step, is a slight fermentation tea that is less irritant to stomach than Green Tea.
Fresh tea is hand picked before Guyu with the standard of one bud with one leaf, or one bud with two unopened leaves from its origin ecologic producing area Dabieshan. More leaves material makes the chestnut more obvious, taste mellower and infusion-enduring. Highly recommend Gaiwan to brew in order to enjoy the high fragrance and delicious taste. The strong chestnut flavour is the most significant characteristic of Huo Shan Huang Ya.
With taste of both sweet mellow of Yellow Tea and fresh brisk of green tea, Huo Shan Huang Ya is a good choice for Yellow Tea lovers, women, and Green Tea lovers.
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Processing of Yellow Tea is a little different than Green Tea. Since stir fixation Green Tea period, people have found that the leaves will become slight yellow if they are not dried on time or completely dried after fixation, thus produced a new kind of tea – Yellow Tea.
The main processing: fixation (kill-green) - heaping for yellowing – drying.
Heaping for yellowing is unique process to produce yellow tea, yellow liquor and yellow leaves, and it is also the key step to make Yellow Tea to be different from Green Tea. After fixation or rolling, the warm tea leaves are heaped up, which causes the tea leaves to turn yellow under hyther.
Cheng De Tea Garden locates in the National 4A-Level Scenic Area “Tong Luo Zhai”, with elevation above 800 metres.
It is far away from industry pollution which gives the tea trees ecologic environment. The low weather of the high mountain area makes low incidence of plant diseases and insect pests. Due to the undispersed cloud and fog all around the year, the tea leaves here are tender, high fragrance and containing abundant nutrient content. That’s why the high mountain tea is so popular.
Located in 4A-Level Scenic Area, the scenery is quite beautiful around. Enjoy the charming four seasons’ scenery: azalea in Spring, green trees to shadow in Summer, wild fruit in Autumn, snow rise in Winter.
Huo Shan county is the origin of Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea, which located western Anhui Province, Dabieshan interior.
With abundant rainfall around 1500mm yearly, which are most concentrated between May to July. The relative humidity keeps around 80%-90% and that is the perfect weather for the growing of tea trees.
The forest covering rate reaches 75.1%. The main products here in Huo Shan county are tea, medicinal materials and mao bamboo. The Asian first reservoir dam “Fo Zi Ling” and many natural and human landscapes are also located here.
The tea tree species in Huo Shan County are mainly: 10% of large-leaf species, 70% of middle-leaf species and 20% of small-leaf species. Our Huo Shan Huang Ya Yellow Tea is made from tea leaves from small-leaf species. The fresh leaves from small-leaf species are quite tender.
Fresh tea is hand picked a week before Guyu with the standard of one bud with one leaf, or one bud with two unopened leaves. The tea is processed at the same day after picking.
Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea has been praised as “Immortal Buds” and regarded as tribute since Tang Dynasty. Later it was also considered as one of Chinese Top 10 Teas. Together with Huang Shan and Huangmei Opera, they are been called “Anhui San Huang”.
In 1915, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea won the gold award in Wangguo expo in Panama;
In 1999, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea won No. 1 prize in the third “Zhongcha Bei” Chinese famous tea competition;
Between 2000 to 2004, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea continuously won the gold award in International Tea Expo;
In 2007, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea won No. 1 prize in the third “Zhongcha Bei” Chinese famous tea competition;
In 2008, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea won two gold awards and one silver award in the seventh international famous tea competition (in Korea);
In 2008, Huo Shan Huang Ya Tea won the gold award in the sixteenth International Tea Culture Festival in Shanghai.
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I give this tea 5 stars, considering the value price. The leaves are tender and the tea is not overly strong - characteristic of yellow tea. Make sure you do not use boiling water for this gentle tea. The tea is almost like a soft flavored water. Very high quality for the price. Love yellow tea.
This is the first time I tried yellow tea. The liquor is a beautiful yellow green colour. It has a nice clean vegetal taste of grass and pea. It wasn't astringent at all. It also has a sweet after taste and a long finish.
This was my first time trying a yellow tea. It had a sweet, starchy flavor, reminiscent of sweet peas or sweet corn. The color of the liquid was a light yellow-green color. The scent was pleasant and the scent of the leaves and the tea were very similar. There was no astringency in the first cup, but it gradually increased over the course of a few cups. Still, it was less than some green teas are on their first cup. There was no bitterness at all. The flavor was sooth and well-rounded. It felt like it had a very good quality feel to it. It was an interesting experience to try this out. The reason that I wouldn't make this a regular tea for me is twofold. First, sweet and starchy flavors aren't really my taste. I don't even tend to like sweet and starchy flavors in foods and very rarely eat sweet peas or sweet corn (which are the flavors I detected in this tea). Secondly, I have a muscle/joint condition which was irritated by drinking this tea. This is not some strange thing and I do not blame the tea. This happens every now and then with certain foods and drinks (e.g. pineapple, red wine). So, it's not strange for this to happen. But, for those who have similar issues as I do, just keep this in mind. Perhaps consider ordering a sample first just to make sure that you don't have the same issues as I did. Overall, I'm happy for the experience. It was nice to learn what yellow tea tastes like. It also gives me a basis for comparison when tasting other varieties of tea.
Первый желтый чай, который довелось пробовать. Интересный напиток с приятным сладковатым ароматом. И листьями непривычной формы. Иногда можно себя побаловать, но на каждый день вряд ли. The first yellow tea that I had to try. An interesting drink with a pleasant sweetish aroma. And leaves of unusual shape. Sometimes you can pamper yourself, but it's not suit for every day.
This is the first yellow tea I have ever tried and it does not disappoint! A smooth, mellow taste. I will be purchasing this lovely tea!
This is the best yellow tea I've ever had. I loved it! It is fresh, sweet, and clean with notes of hay, warm chestnuts, and a little bit of green peas... that is... sweet, vegetal, and super delicious. I thought it was similar to my all-time fave - Dragonwell. Loved it!
Thank you, Teavivre, for this sample! I don’t think I ever tried a yellow tea before. I anticipated that it would have characteristics similar to green tea since it was on the lighter side of the color spectrum. When I opened the silver sample package, long green tea leaves greeted me from inside. The aroma of the unbrewed leaves was grassy and, yes, similar to the grassy smell of green tea. I brewed the leaves at approximately 185 degrees (I had to estimate using the office microwave machine to heat the water) for eight minutes as recommended on the package. The steeped color was light yellow. The odor was again definitely like that of green tea. The flavor of this tea was surprisingly full-bodied, distinct, and satisfying. Yes, the taste was similar to green tea, but this yellow tea had its own flavor signature as well. The taste was a bit grassy like green varieties but there was also a blended sweet potato attribute that lay comfortably on my palate. As is common with Teavivre teas, it was extremely smooth without a glimmer of astringency. The aftertaste was light and airy and it quickly dissipated. I didn’t expect to like yellow tea too much since I almost exclusively favor the robust, high octane, black teas. However, I REALLY enjoyed this one…A LOT! I don’t have a long list of preferred afternoon and evening teas yet but this offering is definitely high up on it!
I love that this tea is less irritating to the stomach! I have a very sensitive tummy and this didn't cause any problems at all. I made it Western style and have had two steeps of it so far. The dry leaves smell amazing! The liquor is pale, clear yellow and the scent is milder than the dry leaves. The tea tastes sweet and creamy, no bitterness or sourness at all.
My first try at a yellow tea ever. Being a fan of green tea, to no surprise this one did not dissapoint and was much to my taste also. Top-notch quality as always from teavivre.
I tasted a Huo shan huang ya yellow tea before, from another seller, and I was quite impressed with it. The TeaVivre version (harvested April 12, 2016) does not dissapoint! Gorgeous! Chestnut fragrance and sweet buttered corn taste (like a very creamy tasty 2 colors corn-cob). I almost forgot how much I like this tea. I will definitely buy it every year.
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