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Wild & white, Ruby #18 cultivar white tea

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This white tea is something special – an Ruby #18 cultivar that has been wildly planted in the forests of Bao Mountain. A full and light liquor with notes of liquorice and mint. Support this wonderful farmer and tea maker and get yourself the taste of this natural tea with beautiful looks. Nice for storage or drinking.

Wild grown without pesticides and fertilizer. White & Wild Pesticides test report 2018.

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Wild & White Tea Ruby 18 cultivar from the mountains of Baoshan made by Mr. Liu.

This white tea comes from an old cultivar planted years ago in the mountains around Gaoxiong. Some of the trees date back 100years, on average around 20-30 years though. The trees are standing completely left alone within a forest in Bao Mountain at around 1200m. No pesticides, no fertilizer, no pruning.  The leaves from these trees are harvested by the owners – aborignal Bunung people. Then Mr. Liu is makeing this very unique and natural product to White tea similar to Bai Mu Dan style.

Good for drinking and storing. The tea was harvested early October 2018 and is now being processed to white tea by Mr. Liu’s father. The tea coop is working on a very small scale together with the local aborignals. What we found facinating is, how much they are commited to make something next to the Taiwanese mainstream of perfect rolled Oolong tea.

 

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Product Features

Weight:
0.200 kg
Producer:

Mr. Liu

Region:

Bao Shan, Gaoxiong, Taiwan

Grown:

Naturally wild grown arbor trees (no pesticides, no fertilizer, minimum invasive)

Altitude:

1200m

Harvest:

Handpicked in April 2018, withered, sun dried and shortly baked.

Packaging:

Silver foil, air sealed

Size of farm:

< 1 ha

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