The Tea history of Thailand is not as rich as China’s, but it is unique. We will tell you about its history a little later.
Jin Xuan Oolong "Golden Lily"
This variety was introduced in Thailand for the first time in 1994 within the Alishan mountains, on the island of Taiwan. It was cultivated in the northern mountains of Thailand Doi Mae Salong and Doi Wawee, a local ethnic Chinese community that settled in these places in the 1950s. Because of this, the Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand tea industry has received a new round of development and production of high-quality tea from these beautiful corners of our planet.
North Part of Thailand is famous for its unique mountain scenery, beautiful waterfalls, rich soil and environmental cleanliness.
Production and Collection Time
The main crop accounts for the spring months. During this period, residents of nearby villages come to collect the tea harvest for local tea masters and owners of factories. Our tea produces by a local factory, which has many years experience in the production and cultivation of tea.
Our tea grows at an altitude of 1,100 – 1,300 m. above sea level, as a raw material used for the production of the three upper leaf and a small tip. Tea is harvested 3 - 6 times a year. With extensive experience, the tea master tea turns out amazing tea, and with only a small amount of the crop being available, it makes this tea almost always fresh.
- Jin Xuan Oolong - is fermented for 25-40% tea, twisted into balls/snails.
- The tea has a soft floral scent with a delicate, slightly sweet aftertaste.
- Its color infusion is light, with a soft golden hue.
Health Benefits of Oolong Tea
Due to the content of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals in tea, it has beneficial properties for the human body:
- It helps the metabolism;
- improves skin condition;
- effectively breaks down fats;
Learn more about the beneficial properties of Oolong tea, which we will write on in our tea blog.
How to prepare Jin Xuan Oolong
We recommend that you follow the following rules:
- Water Temperature: 90-100 degrees.
- Gaiwan or glass/earthenware teapot.
- The numbers of brewing: 3-10 times (depending on the time of the infusion).
- An amount of tea and volume of a teapot: 3-5 grams per 150 - 250 ml.
A method of preparation:
- Scald the dishes.
- Pour the tea.
- Pour 3 for 5-10 seconds, drain the water.
- Fill it in the next 45 - 60 seconds *.
- The resulting infusion is poured into another container.
* with each subsequent brewing the time can be increased by 5-10 seconds.
Enjoy your tea! Tea Village Team.
- Year: Winter 2017
- Place of Origin: Chiang Rai province, Doi Mae Salong.
- Ingredients: 100% Tea
- Country: Thailand.
- Chinese Classification: Oolong tea.
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