Huang Da Cha Yellow Tea

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Huang Da Cha Yellow Tea
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Guihua Village, Mabu Town, Jinzhai County, Liuan City, Anhui Province, China

Harvest Date:

June 2, 2024

Plucking Standard:  

One bud with two or three leaves

Dry Leaf: 

Tightly twisted tea leaves mixed with tea stalks, glossy outlook


Strong aromatic notes of coffee


Bright golden color


The entrance is sweet, taste soft and mellow accomplished by a rich rice crust aroma

Tea Bush:

Shrub-type tea tree (about 60 years)

Tea Garden:

Shi Gu Tea Garden (elevation above 800 meters)


Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)


Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place

Shelf Life:

18 Months

Angel's Comment:

The key fragrance note: rice crust aroma; the compound note is roasted and floral. The tea liquid is smooth and full-bodied.

Huang Da Cha Yellow Tea is one of the famous teas in Anhui Province. The plucking standard of this yellow tea is one bud with two or three leaves, characterized by brownish yellow leaves that mixed with leaf stalks. The production process of Huang Da Cha is strictly in accordance with the production process of yellow tea. But different from ordinary yellow tea, like Huo Shan Huang Ya, this Huang Da Cha has been heavily roasted, which give this tea a rich fried fragrance, in China, we call it “rice crust aroma”. This fragrance often reminds people of coffee, so the tea also been called “coffee of tea”.

Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
194℉ / 90℃ 194℉ / 90℃
3g Tea 5g Tea
Brewing time: 5 - 8 mins 6 steeps: rinse, 15s, 20s, 25s, 30s, 45s, 60s
Tea Garden

Shi Gu Tea Garden, located in Guihua Village, with the average altitude above 800 meters. There is a 1200-year-old osmanthus tree, which is the oldest osmanthus tree in China. Every year during the blooming season, a faint smell of sweet-scented osmanthus flowers will pervades in the whole village. Meanwhile, there also has a long history of tea growing. With high mountains and dense fogs, the air humidity here is relatively high, which provide a good ecological environment for the growth of tea tree.

Shi Gu Garden

Tea Master

Mr. Wang was born in Huoshan County, Anhui Province, one of the oldest tea production areas in China. Thanks to the influence of his growing environment and tea culture, he returned to his hometown as soon as he graduated and began to engage in the cultivation, production and promotion of tea, and committed to spread Huo Shan tea from his hometown to all over the world. He not only manufactured yellow tea, but he also began to research and produce black tea after being encouraged by his friends. He said: "Making tea can spark curiosity and encourage self-cultivation. I will be overjoyed every time I produce a high-quality tea." He will continue to make tea, continue to explore, and provide high-quality tea to all tea lovers.

Mr. Wang


Jinzhai County, belonging to Liu’an City, is located in the hinterland of the Dabie Mountains. It is also one of the core production areas of China's top ten tea Liu An Gua Pian Green Tea. Jinzhai has long tea history, people started to cultivate tea in the Han Dynasty. The large scale of red soil here provides an excellent growth condition for tea trees; warm climate and abundant rainfall provide a very favorable natural environment for the growth of tea trees.

Map of Guihua Village

Tea Bush

The tree species that produces Huangda Tea is shrub-type tea trees, which are mainly long elliptic leaves, soft and dark-green in color. Tea leaves picked in spring contain 29.3% of tea polyphenols, 14.0% of catechins, and 4.5% of amino acids.

Lao Ben Cha tea tree


Yellow tea can be classified into Huang Ya Cha, Huang Xiao Cha and Huang Da Cha according to the size of its fresh leaves. Huang Da Cha was firstly produced in the Longqing period of the Ming Dynasty, which has a history of more than 400 years and is also a peak period of yellow tea production development. The appearance of Huang Da Cha is a strong evidence for the evolution of Yellow Tea from aristocratic tea to civilian tea. At that time, Huo Shan Huang Ya is very expensive for ordinary people to drink due to its extremely complicated production process; while the Huang Da Cha adopts a relatively simple production method and can be mass-produced which is more acceptable for ordinary people.

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