“Chiêu Lầu Thi Đen” is a rare “Shan Tuyết” black tea from Hà Giang province in the far north of Vietnam.
This black tea comes from the hundred-year-old wild tea trees of one of the highest mountains of Hà Giang in Vietnam : CHIÊU LẦU THI (around 2400 meters above sea level) !
Both mellow and spicy, this magnificent black tea will surprise you with its subtle aromas reminiscent of gingerbread and undergrowth.
Black tea “Chiêu Lầu Thi Đen” is essentially composed of large buds covered with fine downs reminiscent of snow, hence its name “Shan Tuyết” which means “snow” in Vietnamese.
Some tasting tips for the CHIÊU LẦU THI ĐEN black tea :
|About 4 grams of tea for 30cl of water.|
|To reveal all the qualities of CHIÊU LẦU THI ĐEN black tea, we recommend water between 85 and 90 ° C.|
|Between 30 and 40 seconds max. Up to 5 infusions with the same leaves.|
|As CHIÊU LẦU THI ĐEN black tea is a tonic black tea, we recommend it in the morning and at noon. It is also ideal before a physical effort.|