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Organic Nonpareil Fujian Black Tea

Thick, full bodied texture with pure and clean profile

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Organic Nonpareil Fujian Black Tea

Thick, full bodied texture with pure and clean profile

Summary
Origin:

Panlan Village, Yong’an City, Fujian Province, China

Harvest Time:

April 2, 2018

Plucking Standard:

One bud with one leaf

Dry leaf:

Tight and fine strips, evenly shaped with a dark and glossy color

Aroma: 

Natural sweet potato and floral aromas, sweet smell along with caramel aroma, very pleasant

Liquor: 

Bright and clear orange-yellow

Taste: 

The liquid is pure, tastes mellow and smooth, with a long sweet flavor and high mountain aroma

Tea Bush:

Huang Guanyin Tea Tree

Tea Garden:

Panlan Organic Tea Garden (980 - 1200m)

Caffeine:

Less than 40% of a cup of coffee

Storage:

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

Shelf Life:

36 Months

Angel's Comment:

Long-last pure taste! After tasting as if we stand alone in the tea garden which is located in mountains surrounded by clouds and mist, taking bath under sunlight, surrounded by the sheep who are grazing at large.

Certification:

USDA Certification EU Certification

High-quality raw materials are the basic guarantee for making a kind of good tea. TeaVivre’s Nonpareil Organic Black Tea is carefully selected the one bud with one leaf fresh tea leaves as the raw material, so even for the experienced tea farmers, they can only pick very limited fresh tea leaves by hand. In the tea production, they stick to the traditional method which not only retains the original taste of tea, but also makes its taste soft and pure.

 

Different from other black teas, Take a sip of this black tea and we will feel a distinct sweet potato aroma filling our tongue and throat, rich and mellow, soft and smooth. Besides, the sweetness will exist from first infusion to the last and linger in our mouth. Moreover, It has a variety of aromas, besides sweet potato aroma, which has light floral aroma, sweet aroma and caramel aroma. Once we open the lid of Gaiwan while brewing it, there is also a smell of milk fragrance, very pleasant. On the whole, this black tea is pure with clear tea liquid and unique high mountain flavor, which is also a high-quality black tea with good taste and nice body feeling.

 

Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
194℉ / 90℃ 194℉ / 90℃
4 teaspoons / 5g Tea 5g Tea
Brewing time: 3 - 5 mins 9 steeps: 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s, 50s, 70s, 100s, 150s, 200s
Tea Garden

Panlan Organic Tea Garden is located at the foot of Dafeng Mountain, the highest mountain in Yong'an City, and is one of the most remote mountain villages. Because it is faraway and sparsely populated, it preserves the natural and ecological environment of and becomes a paradise for wild animals. The average elevation of the tea garden is between 980 and 1200 meters. The soil is mostly sandy soil and mountainous rocks, which creates very good natural conditions for the growth of tea trees. At the same time, tea farmers also adopts an organic farming method, raising animals like goats for weeding, and their manure, after fermented, is also a good organic fertilizer.

Cattle Goose
Goats’ feces as natural organic fertilizer Animals become natural weeders in tea garden
Ancient Tree Spring water
Wild Ancient Tea Trees Spring water irrigation the tea trees
Tea Farmer

Mr. Zhong is the founder of Panlan Organic Tea Garden, who has been working on planting tea trees in an ecological and organic way for many years. He never uses pesticides and fertilizers in his tea garden. In addition to manual weeding, he raises many herbivores such as chickens, ducks, goats or cattle to help with weeding. The feces of these animals are also a kind of natural organic fertilizers that provide nutrients for the tea trees. Because the tea garden is located in the high mountain area, so he uses the spring water to irrigate the tea garden. All these factors ensure the natural growth of the tea trees.

Origin

Yong'an City, located in the central part of Fujian Province, belongs to the mid-subtropical maritime monsoon climate. There are many hilly mountains here, and the average annual temperature is 19.2 °C. Yong'an not only has a long history of tea cultivation, but also has abundant collection of ancient tea tree resources. It is also an excellent germplasm resource protection area for wild tea trees in Fujian Province.

Map of Yongan

Tea Bush

Huang Guanyin is a new clonal species of oolong tea selected by the tea research institute of Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, bred from Tie Guan Yin and Huang Dan, which is the original tea bush for Golden Osmanthus tea. Huang Guanyin is a relatively large tree, with yellowish-green oval leaves. Its spring tea (one bud with two leaves) is roughly contains 2.3% amino acid, 27.3% tea polyphenols, 12.6% catechins and 3.5% caffeine.

Huang guan yin tea bush

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