SiamTeas Clubbox November ’22 – Wild Box

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The SiamTeas Club Box is a flexible format for bundling several types of tea in generously proportioned tasting size on a monthly basis at a preferential price. The 11th edition – November 2022 – is a “Wild Box”. As such, it offers 6 selected teas from wild and naturally biodiverse growing environments. Of these, two are from northern Thailand, one from northern Vietnam, one from Laos and two from China. At this, the selection covers five different “colors” or processing categories of tea, ranging from 1 x green to 1 x white, 1 x blue (Oolong) and 2 x black (or red) up to a wild picked “Ye-Sheng” Pu Erh tea.

For more information and illustration refer to the product description below.

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The CLUBBOX @ Siam Tea Shop

The SiamTeas Club Box is a flexible format for bundling several types of tea in generously proportioned tasting size on a monthly basis at prefential price. At this, the selection of teas compiled in the box can either represent a specific topic, sample the most recent new introductions at Siam Tea Shop or simply offer a random choice of personal favorites of mine.

November ’22 Edition – The Wild Box

The 11th edition – November 2022 – is a “Wild Box”. As such, it offers a compilation of selected teas from wild and naturally biodiverse growing environments. Of these, two are from northern Thailand, one from northern Vietnam, one from Laos and two from China. At this, the selection covers five different “colors” or processing categories of tea, ranging from 1 x green to 1 x white, 1 x blue (Oolong) and 2 x black (or red) up to a wild picked “Ye-Sheng” Pu Erh tea.

Clubbox @ Siam Tea Shop - Edition November 22 : "Wild Box" - 6 teas from wild and naturally biodiverse growing environments

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Accordingly, the November ClubBox 2022 (“Wild Box”) offers 15g each of the following 6 teas from wild and naturally biodiverse growing environments:

1. Dhara Artisanal Green Tea (Northern Thailand)

Dhara Artisanal Green Tea is a climate- and forest-friendly cultivated green tea from northern Thailand. As such, it comes from native “Assamica” type tea trees thriving in their natural biodiverse (subtropical) forest environments. Due to the highly diverse natural input in the (forest) soil, such “wild” teas are particularly rich in taste and active substances, rewarding tea drinkers with a potential for numerous delicious infusions.

2. Xaysathan Red Elephant Black Tea (Laos)

Kinnari Tea’s “Red Elephant” is a black tea from semi-wild tea trees in Xaysathan, Xayabouri Province, western Laos. the initial perception of sweet cocoa and raisin must is soon followed by notes of orange peel and dried fruit. Plums, figs, dates… a universe of flavors, united and elevated to a symphony by an all-carrying sweetness that will last on the palate even long beyond sipping.

3. Da Xue Shan Ye-Sheng Pu Erh Teae (China)

Da Xue Shan Ye Sheng Pu Erh Tea is an unripened Pu Erh tea from wild tea trees growing at altitudes around 1900 meters in the forests of Da Xue Shan in Lincang’s Yong-de district. the roots of a seed-grown tea tree reaches as deep as 2 meters into the ground, this way making the abundance of the soil available for the tea plant. The tea surprises with unique orchid aroma and unusually creamy texture.

4. Ancient Tree White Moonlight Tea (China)

Ancient Tree White Moonlight Tea – rare white tea specialty from Yunnan, China. The tea is picked with 1+2 picking standard during full moon periods in March/April each year from natural-grown ancient tea trees and processed according to a centuries-old family tradition. In terms of taste, White Moonlight Tea combines the elegance of a white tea whith a high share of buds with the wealth and depth of natural-grown ancient tea trees.

5. Lanna Forest Oolong (Northern Thailand)

Lanna Oolong Tea is a climate- and forest-friendly cultivated oolong tea from northern Thailand. As such, it comes from native “Assamica” type tea trees thriving in their natural biodiverse (subtropical) forest environments. Due to the highly diverse natural input in the (forest) soil, such “wild” teas are particularly rich in taste and active substances, rewarding tea drinkers with a potential for numerous delicious infusions of high complexity, variability and depth in flavor.

6. Ancient Snow Shan Black Tea (Northern Vietnam)

Handpicked black tea from 100+ years old “Thuyet Shan” (= “Snow High Mountain”) tea trees in Ha Giang province, Vietnam. Our producer partner in Vietnam picks this tea from March to midst of May and from September to November every year with a picking standard of 1+2 from the tea trees of their biodiverse and health and environment-friendly operated plantation, located at altitudes of 1400+ meters. Until today, a large part of the processing is done manually and in form of a true “artisan process”.

Besides the information provided on each of these exotics’ product page, you’ll find even more about the individual origins and processing categories at:

My Little Tea School – The ABC of TEA

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Weight 200 g

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