The China History Podcast (CHP)
Since 2010 the China History Podcast, known to Laszlo's fans as The CHP, has published more than two hundred hours of stories from the annals of Chinese history, freely available on all podcast apps. From the most ancient times to the present day, The CHP explains the history and breaks everything down into small, appetizing, easy to digest morsels of Chinese history. Rather than offer up a boring, chronological record of every emperor, warlord, uprising, artist and villain, Laszlo dives in and out of thousands of years of history to bring you the most entertaining, relatable and fascinating stories from China's earliest times to our modern age. And now while you groove on the splendor of Chinese history, you can enjoy this exquisite, hard to find, First Flush green tea from China's amazing and exotic land of unparalleled natural beauty: Guizhou province; The Middle Kingdom's best kept secret! Enjoy!
Anyone who is somewhat familiar with famous green tea will known about Hangzhou’s Dragon well (Long Jing) or the Yellow Mountain’s Furry Peak (Mao Feng). Yet, these famous regions are flooded with so much demand, resulting in quality that doesn’t always match how the legends describe these teas.
Smaller tea regions such as Mei Tan county in Guizhou have gained enormous popularity in recent years among hardcore green tea fans. Mei Tan is situated along the Mei Jiang river and its known for it’s super fertile soil, which is zinc and selenium rich.
Mei Tan Cui Ya Green Tea Preparation
As this green tea has a wonderful appearance, we recommend to brew it 'grandpa style'. Simply add 3 grams of tea in a transparent glass and add 300 ml water at 80 ºC (175 ºF). Let it steep for 4 minutes and it's ready to drink.
Once you've finished 2/3 of the glass, refill the glass with hot water at the same temperature to enjoy up to 3 glasses of this tea.
Emerald Tea: Single garden, single farmer tea
In the world of tea, the term ‘single origin’ is hot these days. As you might know tea bags are produced using leaves from many countries. This results in a more stable flavour throughout the years. Single origin teas, however, often refers to tea from one country or one region.
Teasenz takes this to the next level by presenting you a single farm, single tea garden tea. After all, a proud farmer would never want his tea to be blended with others’!
Our Mei Tan Cui Ya (Emerald green tea buds) is an early Spring single bud pluck. It’s fully handpicked and manually processed by hand. The result: a premium quality tea that’s not just beautiful, but also has this amazingly fresh, delicate and deep flavour with a sweet and lingering after taste.
This tea isn’t cheap, but with our efforts by curating and sourcing tea direct from the origin, we’ve made as affordable a possible for you to try the real stuff!
This tea is available in 500g (17.5oz) wholesale bags. If you're interested in wholesale pricing at this quantity, feel free to contact us for a quotation.
|Steeping time||4 min|
|Steeping temperature||80 °C - 175 °F|
|Leaves per 500ml / 17oz teapot||3 gram|
|Tablespoons / 500ml (17 oz)||1 tbsp|
|Tea Caffeine Content||medium|
|Tea in Chinese||湄潭翠芽|