Nong Jia Lao Cha
£2.50 – £10.00
Peasant old tea, sometimes in their homes is a similar tea. They make it for themselves and keep it for years. Over time, tea changes and becomes a cure for locals to save themselves from colds caused by moisture. It is specially strongly fried on coals, keeping fire chi, which expels moisture. It differs from tea, which is produced by tea growers, in that the raw materials are quite simple and not sorted. It contains several varieties of tea growing in Gan De, not only Tie Guan Yin, but also Mao Xie, Beng Shan, Huang Jin Gui. And since the quantity in one farm is not large, and not everyone has equipment in the house, they do it mainly by hand. Astringency sweet taste and a deep fluffy state. This tea is young, it is from 2016, and hasn’t yet gained the taste of a medicine that is appreciated by connoisseurs of old tea, but this has its own charm.