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Rare teas in the world.
Hello reader. I hope your day is good so far,
Have you ever thought about whether there are Rare teas in the world? Well, I have your answer! Five different teas are around the world. But before we go on this trip around the world, let me ask you this first. Are you ready for this trip?
Let’s go read Rare teas in the world.
Maybe you have thought of what makes a rare tea, well. Rare? Think about what differentiates Champagne from other sparkling wines: the geographic restrictions, the grape varieties, and the methods used to produce it. How is rare Tea similar to Champagne?
Champagne can only come from the northern region of France called Champagne. Only three grapes make Champagne: Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, and Pinot Noir. The soil and climate must be perfect for growing grapes with acidity.
The growing conditions can significantly impact the tea quality when it comes to Tea. Such factors as elevation, soil moisture, and the age of the tea plant itself determine the quality of leaves from a tea bush.
The harvest/processing of rare teas is an art. There are still some regions where Tea is being handled and produced the century-old way. Discover where those places are and what makes Tea unique and expensive in those regions.
Ancient Lotus Green
The first Tea in Rare Tea in the world is Ancient Lotus green Tea. It’s with so many good things in just one cup.
Ancient Lotus Green is a perfect tea for those of you who appreciate a traditional blend prepared with carefully picked flowers in the heart of Vietnam. Spring is when the Thai Nguyen province in Vietnam comes to life, and fresh lotus blossoms harvest. The artisans in Vietnam hand-harvest the lotus blossoms carefully and blend them with green tea leaves using an old.
The flavor of freshly harvested lotus blossoms combines perfectly with the vegetal aroma of the green Tea to give birth to a crisp and gentle blend. To produce just one kilo of this original blend, one thousand lotus flowers are needed to complete the natural scenting method. The final result is a curled green leaf with anise flavor featuring a vanilla touch.
This handmade tea steeps into a light gold beverage. The perfect temperature to steep this wonderful blend is 85 degrees Celsius. Three minutes are needed to obtain the perfect ancient lotus green blend cup.
South Korean Spring-Picked Green Tea
This variety of Korean green Tea features a unique characteristic: it has a genuinely great nutty smell and aroma you wouldn’t expect from a green tea. This tea variety is spring-picked and produced only on South Jeolla Province’s southwest coast in South Korea.
The standard grade of this early spring harvest. Tea is full-flavored light-bodied. Smooth with an aroma of a green floral sachet that will convince any non-tea drinker to join the community tea enthusiasts. This Tea is handmade, and it needs to be steeped at 60 Celsius degrees for two up to 3 minutes.
Malawi White Tea
This Tea is a scarce but unique white tea that it’s highly different from anything else you have ever tasted. It is a blend highly rich in antioxidants, beneficial for health issues. Satemwa Estate from Thyolo, Malawi, is the only estate in the world to produce this unusual white Tea.
Rather than using the top leaves and the bud, this Malawi white tea is made from the very top 1-3 inches of the velvety shoot, hand-plucked when the buds have only just started to appear. The Tea features an intense floral aroma and a delicate sweetness. I love this Tea because it can be steeped up to five times without losing its delicate aroma or flavor.
This Tea was a big surprise for us when we tasted it as you need only one sip to fall in love and never let it go. The beverage would is known as sweet, sparkly, and transparent. The uniqueness of this leafless Tea is astonishing, as you never expected that Tea made just from the stems would taste so good. The Tea needs to be steeped for 5 minutes at 80 Celsius degrees.
Bolivian Organic Black Tea.
This rare variety of Tea could be obtained after 18 hours of withering. When we think about South America, my first thought is towards yerba mate beverage, especially in the area. Well, Bolivia wanted something more, so they started to produce this exquisite, wiry large leaf tea featuring an amber, fresh aroma.
The beverage has a medium reddish-brown color. The taste of the Tea may remind you of Ceylon black teas, but with a slightly more complex flavor, a bit fruity, and very smooth. It needs to steep at 90 Celsius for about 4 minutes, and it can also be in iced Tea or tea latte form.
Thai High Mountain Oolong
This oolong tea variety from Thailand features dry, large, rolled leaves, creating a delicious beverage with fresh, floral notes. It is cultivated at 3 900 feet, hand-picked, and moved with delicate precision.
The beverage is golden and features a full-bodied flavor, distinguishing it from other Oolong teas out there. The aroma is naturally quite discreet. This Tea is produced in 2 days, unlike different Oolong tea varieties, which need one production day. It needs to be steeped at 82 degrees Celsius for 4 minutes.
These rare tea varieties are worth all the expenses for their unique taste and flavor. What other rare tea varieties you’ve tasted? I would love to hear what you like best about Rare teas in the world. Any feedback is great to see.
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But that’s it for now, thanks so much for reading Rare teas in the world, Let me know which tea sounds good and I did look up these teas and they look so good, I just might buy some if I find them.
Have a wonderful day everyone!