- Jiu Hua Fo Cha has a wonderful leafy aroma and a sweet taste.The exquisite needle-shaped leaves glisten with white downy hair. It is not a strong taste at all, but has a very delicate sweet aftertaste, refreshing.
- Brewing Guide: Pour hot water into a glass teaware to full first, and then add tea leaves and brew it for 2 minutes.
- Jiu Hua Fo Cha, also known as Jiu Hua Mao Feng, Huang Shi Xi Mao Feng which has a history for more than 1,200 years. The altitude of Jiuhua Mountain Tea Plantation is nearly 1000 meters. Mountains pile up one after another. There are pine trees and bamboos everywhere. The flying fountains moisten the mountain valley with fragrances giving out from the green grass. Green tea produced here breathes the moisture of foggy high mountains and sucks the fragrances of the green plants in the wonderful mountains with the color of tea being green and fresh. There are very few people living in this area except monks, no pesticide is used in the tea plantation and there is no industrial pollution. It is really a natural organic tea.
Mount Jiuhua is located in the Qingyang County of the Anhui Province and covers more than 100 square kilometres in area. The Shiwang Mountain, the main peak, is 1342 meters above sea level. Mount Jiuhua is full of waterfalls, streams, exotic-looking
List Price: $ 69.00
Price: $ 69.00
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