The “Golden Flower” tea is considered to be a type of aged white tea, but once it’s boiled and brewed...It turns into a very deep amber color...It has a very delicate sweet flavor, floral, but somewhat earthy.
What are those fine hair-like particles in your tea? Are they indicators of good quality? How about cloudy green tea?
With slight variation in water, steeping temperature, the time of the day and my mood, the same white tea can reveal different flavor profiles, which always amazes me. It is something that you miss whenever you stay apart from it for a longer time.
Tea plucking season is a very special time for any tea farmer as this is the time for family, stories, bonding and hard work that will support them financially throughout the year. Once you train your taste buds with truly artisanal tea, it is hard to imagine life without it.
As a nation, as a humanity, we will go through it together. And in the future, when everything is back to normal, let’s make sure we leave the good memories behind.
Through our journey in China, we met incredibly talented tea farmers. However, their small batch workshops are too small for US exports. HER-CHA made an effort to make their tea available in the US. They are part of our brand.
"Artisan" is a buzzword often used for marketing purposes. Have these three questions in mind when getting your artisan tea.
A Brief Story of Our Tea Artisan Shengyi Zhang and Our Trip in Wuyi