Meng Ding Huangya (Meng-Ding Yellow Tip) is produced in Mt. Meng, Sichuan Province south-west of China. The local climate conditions are: average temperature 14-15 degrees Celsius, average annual rain fall 2000mm and fog covered up to 280-300 days, characterised as high volume of rain fall and fog/cloud coverage. The mountain ranges produces many premium Chinese teas, the most famous being Meng Ding Huangya and Meng Ding Gan Lu (Mount Meng Sweet Dew). One kilagram of dry Meng Ding Huangya contains up to 20,000 leaves tips. The leaves are flat and straight, tea liquid brightly yellow, with a rich and refreshing after taste.
We offer 1 packaging size for Meng Ding Huangya loose leaf yellow tea - 50g.
Wow this is a great yellow tea! I have been drinking yellow tea for some years and this is up there with the very best of them. Nice smell, delicate leaves, and great taste with sweetness following.rnDavid
Delicate after taste that is delightful. Very enjoyable. Thanks VGT
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