Zhu Ye Qing (or Bamboo green) is among the most prestige Chinese green teas. It is produced in E-Mei mountain area of the Si-Chuan Province, south-west of China. The plantations are over 3000 meters above the sea level and covered by thick fog/mist for most of the year. The harvest of Zhu Ye Qing starts from 3-5 days before Qing-Ming season. It uses only the top three leaves: one bud and 1-2 leaves below. The dry tea leaves have a smooth appearance, freshly green in color and tight in shape. The leaves are sharp on both ends similar to the shape of a bamboo leaf. The brew of Zhu-Ye-Qing is bright and yellowish-green in color. Its flavor is elegant, long lasting and refreshing with a trace of chestnut flavor.
We offer 2 packaging size for Zhu Ye Qing loose leaf green tea - 50g and 100g.
This green tea is of exceptional quality! The leaves are perfectly shaped, it is quite clear in the cup, the aroma is fine and the taste is great. thanks VGT. David
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