Top health and environment-friendly Teas from biodiverse cultivation or wild collection

Biodiversi-TEA

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  • Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, unsmoked, from Zhengshan area, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian province, China

    Wild Artisan Lapsang Souchong (unsmoked)

    Rated 4.00 out of 5
    7,4023,90

    Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong from naturally grown Bohea tea bushes at 1400 meters altitude in Wuyi Mountain, Fujian, China. A specialty of the health and environment-friendly producer, Wuyi Mountain Farmers Collective, ist die Artisan-Verarbeitung von Wildpflückungen. Diese schöpfen aus aus den umliegenden wilden oder semi-wilden Arealen, wo die Teebäume in biodiverse Lebensräume eingebettet sind.

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  • Black Needle Pagoda Black Tea from ancient wild Yunnan tea trees

    Wild Black Needle Pagoda Dian Hong Cha

    8,9031,40

    Wild Black Needle Pagoda Dian Hong Cha from ancient wild tea trees growing at altitudes beyond 2000 meters on Yang Ta Mountain, Yinggu County, Pu Erh Prefecture, Yunnan, China. Handpicked with 2+1 picking standard and manually processed, roasted in a wok pan, rolled and shaped according to millenium-old tribe and family tradition. The special tea pagoda processing style goes back to a time, when this unique piece of art was created by enslaved tea pickers in the imperial tea garden as a symbol for freedom and a better future.

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  • Raw (unripened, 'sheng') Puerh tea, Lancang River, Yunnan, China

    Wild Purple Buds Sheng Puerh Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    13,9049,90

    Raw (’sheng‘) Puerh Tea from wild, ancient tea trees in the forests of Lang Cang River in Pu Erh, Yunnan, China, picked and processed by members of the Yunnan indigenous Dai ethnicity. An exceptional tea with a rich tradition, featuring everything that can enthuse about a sheng puerh tea, while saving any possible downsides of the same. Whoever felt disappointed so far of raw Puerh teas or simply found it hard to access, should give it another try with this one. And… a tea with a story!

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  • Spring Green Long Jing Dragonwell Tea

    Wild Spring Long Jing Green Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,4024,90

    Wild Green Spring Long Jing Tea, from 100+ years old tea bushes in a wild tea garden abandoned during the 1980’s located in more than 1300 meters altidude in Zhejiang province, China; highest leaf grade (1 bud + 2leafes) manually picked in best leaf grade once a year only in spring (early April).

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  • Wild Yunnan Black & Golden Needle Dian Hong Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    8,1023,70

    Yunnan Black & Golden Needle Black Tea from Ying Gu County, Yunnan province, China; harvested in a remote, hard to access tea garden from wild ancient tea trees at altitudes of over 2000m, with a local heritage of more than 2000 years of tea culture as well as plucking and processing art; certified health and environment-friendly (USDA seal for health and environment-friendly cultivation).

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  • Golden Tips from ancient wild tea trees in Yunnan growing at altitudes beyond 2000 meters

    Wild Yunnan Golden Tips Dian Hong Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    8,2027,40

    Wild Yunnan Golden Tips – a “Dian Hong Tea” (black tea from Yunnan) from ancient tea trees, growing wild at altitudes beyond 2000 meters on Yang Ta Mountain, Jinggu County, prefecture Pu Erh, in a widely untouched envirnoment. ‘Golden Tips’, pure, large, tightly haired, fluffy-soft buds, picked in spring from middle of March through middle of April every year, is Yunnan’s highest grade black tea.

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  • Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei Wuyi Black Tea

    Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei ‘1+1’ Black Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,4025,90

    Jin Jun Mei, a “child of the current millennium”, is a high grade black tea from Fujian’s Wuyi Mountains, with only the buds and attached youngest leaf being picked for this tea. Our Wild Zheng Shan Jin Jun Mei is handpicked in a widely untouched bamboo forest, located at 1100-1500m altitude in Wuyishan’s ‘Zheng Shan’ area, and mostly manually processed. Its exceptional taste is coined by a spicy sweetness and a broad spectrum of pleasant and unobtrusive roast notes.

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  • Xiengkhouang Golden Flame Black Arbor Tea from ancient tea trees in Xiengkhouang, Laos

    Xiengkhouang Golden Flame Black Tea

    11,9039,90

    ‘Golden Flame’ Schwarzer Tee vereint die Verarbeitungstradtion yunnanesischen Golden Tips mit höchsten Qualitäts-, Umwelt- und sozialen Standards und dem Terroir von Xiengkhouangs alten Teebäumen. Der initialen Wahrnehmung süßer Kakao- und Rosinennoten folgen Anklänge von Orangenschalen und einer Reihe verschiedener Trockenfrüchte. Pflaumen, Feigen, Datteln… ein Universum der Geschmäcker, vereint und zur Sinfonie erhoben von einer alles tragenden Süße, die noch weit über den Genuss hinaus auf dem Gaumen verweilt.

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  • Unripened (sheng) Pu Erh Tea from Xiengkhouang, Laos

    Xiengkhouang Honey Hill Sheng Pu Erh Tea

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
    7,9024,90

    Kinnari’s “Honey Hill” is a youngunripened Pu Erh tea from ancient tea trees in Xiengkhouang, Laos. There, on Phousan mountain, the tea trees are still widely growing in their natural, biodiverse enviroment today. Even picking (1+2) and processing are still all done by hand in Xiengkhouang. The tea’s taste is characterized by sweet and poignant notes, reminiscent of honey and dried fruit, jacketed by a slightly astringent mineralic-green aura.

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  • "White Moonlight " white tea from Xiangkhoung, Laos

    Xiengkhouang White Moonlight Tea

    11,9039,90

    Kinnari’s Xiengkhouang White Moonlight is an artisan arbor white tea from Xiengkhouang, Laos. Within a time window of a few weeks only, it  is picked with 1+1 picking standard  from Xiengkhouang’s native ancient tea trees and processed according to ancient, Yunnan-inherited tradition. Its taste is characterized by a surprisingly full body of dried plums and raisins in the forefront. This is complemented in a subtle way by a the buds’ tendentiously nutty notes.

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  • Mao Feng Green Tea from biodiverse health and environment-friendly cultivation

    Zhejiang Imperial High Mountain Mao Feng Green Tea

    8,2027,90

    The ‘Mao Feng’ picking standard, always one young bud with one young adjacent leaf, picked at the time when bud and leave have the same length, is considered as one of China’s most exquisite ones. Our Imperial High Mountain Mao Feng Green Tea comes from an Eco-Diversity tea plantation located at altitudes of more than 1000 meters in Chunan County, Zhejiang, where it is picked once a year only, usually during the first days of spring.

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