Oolong tea with complex fruity and floral aromas with subtle notes of lychee. This tea comes from Tan Lap, a small mountain village located in the province of Mộc Châu.
The color of its infusion is a very beautiful yellow reminiscent of honey. The rounded leaves of this unique tea come in the form of small pearls with brown and blue reflections.
Quý Phi is a very special Oolong tea. Indeed, it is thanks to the bites of leafhoppers, small insects feeding on the sap of the leaves that this tea obtains its yellow color and its unique taste.
This type of tea is quite rare because it requires the presence of leafhoppers in the gardens. After suffering the leafhopper bites for a week, the tea leaves stop growing and turn yellow. They are then carefully selected before being picked. It is only after the fermentation process that they take on a delicate honey and fruit flavor.
Some tasting tips for the QUÝ PHI rare oolong tea :
|About 4 grams of tea for 30cl of water.|
|To reveal all the qualities of rare QUÝ PHI oolong tea, we recommend water between 80 and 85°C.|
|2-3 minutes depending on your taste.
Up to 5 infusions with the same leaves.
|The rare QUÝ PHI oolong tea being a rather relaxing tea and low in caffeine, we recommend it to you at any time of the day. It is also ideal in the evening for you to relax.|