TeaVivre pays attention to different demands of customers. We keep enriching our product line with various kinds of teas. At the time the picking of Ming Qian tea finished, Yu Qian tea starts to come in our sight. The semi-hand Premium Tai Ping Hou Kui is online now.
The distinction of semi-hand Tai Ping Hou Kui is on the process of pressing. After picked, the fresh tea leaves from Shidacha tea trees will be hand-extracted of one bud with two or three leaves. Tea workers then lay the leaves tidily on a square grid. Spaces between each piece of leaf must be even. Then the tea workers will use a shaping machine to press the grid containing tea leaves. Lastly, put the grid in roasting oven. This is how the semi-hand Tai Ping Hou Kui is made.
Semi-hand Premium Tai Ping Hou Kui has wider and thinner leaves than hand-made Nonpareil Tai Ping Hou Kui. Its dry tea is bright green. Tea liquid presents slight floral fragrance with sweet aftertaste.