Ingredients: Yun Wu Chinese Green Tea
The traditional name for this tea is called Yun Wu which is a Chinese expression that describes the two kinds of condensation that happen in mountainous areas with higher humidity. This is what inspired the name Mountain Mist – a hand picked green tea from the Zhejiang region grown at 3,200 feet above sea level. Terrain has a huge impact on the quality of tea especially the ones grown on a rocky mountain as opposed to those rolling green plantations. The plants that are scraggly looking, holding onto the sides of the mountain tends to produce the best teas.
The environment and climate at high altitude causes the plant to undergo a lot of stress. The more stress the plant is exposed to, the harder they have to work in order to survive. Plants can’t run away, instead they react to stress by producing more aroma and pulling up more nutrient from the soil. Similar to human beings, if you want to develop character you must undergo some hardship, but not so much that it breaks you.
As these green tea leaves undergo minimal oxidation, and are rich in antioxidants and nutrients.
This tea comes in a reusable canister containing 100g of Loose Leaf Green Tea.
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Brewed Green Tea
1 tablespoon per standard cup at 70°C for 2 minutes. Honey/sugar may be added
Cold Brew Green Tea
2.5 teaspoon per 250mL of cold water, brew overnight in refrigerator