Mt Lu Misty Green (English translation), 庐山云雾
Mt Lu is one of the most famous mountain areas in China, known for it's ever changing clouds and long periods of mist cover.
Lu Shun Yun Wu green tea is believed to be a wild species of green tea initially.
During the Han Dynasty (202BC - 200DC) when Buddhism was first introduced to China, it has been reported that there were more than 300 Buddhist temples built in the area where the Buddhist monks gathered and meditated. A famous Buddhist monk named Yuan Hui started cultivating this wild species of the green tea and it has since become one of the best known and loved Chinese green teas.
Lu Shun Yun Wu green tea is known for its following characteristics:
It is a must try tea for all green tea lovers.
We offer 2 packaging sizes for Lu Shuan Yun Wu loose leaf green tea - 50gms and 100gms.
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