Anji Butterfly low mountain 2021
Anji Butterfly low mountain 2021
Anji Butterfly low mountain 2021
Anji Butterfly low mountain 2021

Anji Butterfly low mountain 2021

Thee van Sander
DESCRIPTION

The leaf of this tea is half processed by hand and half by machine. Because of the processing, the leaf is slightly more damaged and the taste is a bit stronger.

The process used to make the Butterfly is the same as the process used to make Bi Luo Chun. Hence, the tea looks like a Bi Luo Chun. The tea is slightly grassy and sweet and well brewed not bitter.

The leafs of this tea are the same material used to make Anji Bai Cha but the cultivar have buds and young leaves that are very light in color. The leaves produce less chlorophyll due to the cold conditions of the district, only in May when it gets warmer you see the leaves turn greener. After brewing the tea a few times you will see the leaves become lighter and lighter.

Charlie's plantation

Charlie's father started 2 plantations in 1999. A high mountain of 13 ha at 900 meters altitude and a low mountain plantation of 5 ha. Anji tea is made on both but they differ greatly in quality and taste. Of this tea 90%, stays in China and a small amount goes to Russia, other countries in Asia, the UK and now to a large part of Europe.

Inbetween the harvests, people work on the plantation to clean up, fertilize the soil and remove weeds. The latter is done mechanically, his high mountain tea has been EU compliant (Eurofins) for years.

Sourced

The Anji district in China is known for its bamboo. Anji produces the most bamboo worldwide and is known for its many bamboo species. The area is known for its mountains, clean water and pure air. In addition to bamboo, more products come from there that are friendly to the environment such as flowers, vegetables and tea.

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LOCATION
China
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