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Organic Jinhao Golden Tip Black Tea
Mix of notable fruity floral fragrance
Mix of notable fruity floral fragrance
Longlin County, Baise City, Guangxi, China
June 12, 2017
Well twisted strips covered in golden tips
Pekoe flavour, notable fruity aroma (litchi, mango, longan)
Bright and clear, orange-yellow in color
The sweet aroma is introverted and long-lasting, with notable floral and fruity fragrance;
sips come in sweet and refreshing taste, smooth and soft
Bai Hao Tea Tree
Yaming tea garden
Less than 40% of a cup of coffee
Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place
This is a rare infusing-durable organic black tea with charming fruity fragrance and sweet taste. The taste will turn mellower as time goes on.
This Organic Jinhao Black Tea is made of mostly tea buds and tender leaves from the baihao tea bush, so that the taste is mainly soft and sweet.
You may be surprised to smell the complex fruity fragrances in the dry leaves when opening the bag. This is the distinct feature of teas made from
baihao tea bush. The new harvest tea is of soft and delicate sweet taste, however, the taste will convert to be mellower a few months later.
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||6 steeps: rinse, 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 60s|
|Rinse time is around 5 seconds|
Located in mountainous area with elevations ranging from 500 - 1,200 m, Yaming Bai Hao tea garden covers a total area of 1,000 mu. Yaming tea garden is surrounded by woods and often shrouded in clouds and mist in the morning and at night. These advantageous natural conditions can help prevent the majority of harmful effects of UV rays to the growth of tea plants and obviously increase the contents of amino acid and chlorophyll accumulated in tea buds and leaves. To ensure tea quality, chemical fertilizers and pesticides are strictly forbidden to use in this garden. Based on this theory, Yaming tea garden was authorized to label its products as Organic in 2015.
China is the hometown of tea production while Guangxi is the birthplace of Bai Hao tea.
Bai Hao tea trees are commonly grown in high mountains in Guangxi province where the mountainous areas with altitudes of 800 - 1,500 m, giving the ideal homeland for Bai Hao teas. On average, the annual precipitation here is 1,500 - 2,000 mm and the annual average temperature is 16 - 23℃.
In Asia, it is said that Bai Hao tea tree is the only one versatile variety whose leaves are suitable for making all the six basic teas (green, white, black, yellow, oolong and pu-erh).
Bai Hao tea tree belongs to large-leaf species. The leaves of this species are very elastic, tender and yellowish green and give off a natural fresh scent. Bai Hao tea is rich in poly phenol, amino acid, pectin. One test shows that the contents of amino acid, poly phenol, caffeine and catechinic acid in spring Bai Hao tea (one bud with two leaves) account for 3.36%, 35.6%, 4.91% and 182.92 mg/g respectively. In 1964, a larger number of wild Bai Hao tea trees have been found growing in Lingyun County, Guangxi province. The biggest one is 9.96 m high with a trunk diameter of 25 cm, its dense canopy has 6.38 m wide and the leaves of this tree reach up to 13.3 cm long and 4.7 cm wide.
List of awards won by Bai Hao tea
In 1915, it won second prize in 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition.
In 1965, Bai Hao tea variety has been listed as one of the improved Chinese tea varieties by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
In 1984, it was classified as state-level improved tea variety by the Tea Variety Examination Approval Committee of China.
In 1991, it won the title of ‘National High Quality tea’ given by the China’s Ministry of Agriculture.
In 1994, it has been included in the book of China's Famous Tea Selection.
In 1999, it got the title of “Premium tea” in the third National Chinese Tea Trophy Award Competition.
In 2002, Bai Hao black tea and Bai Hao green tea won a gold medal and silver medal respectively in the Wuhu International Tea Expo.