Jin Xuan or another name Golden Lily Oolong is one of the most popular and well-known varieties, cultivated in Thailand in the 90s.
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|Place of Origin||Chiang Rai province, Doi Mae Salong|
|Ingredients||Tea 100% free of artificial additives|
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.
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.
The north of Thailand is famous for its unique mountain scenery, beautiful waterfalls, rich soil and environmental cleanliness. That is why it is different from his older brother from the Taiwan Alishan mountains.
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. Production and collection of Golden Lily Oolong for Tea Village are provided by a local factory, which has many years experience in the production and cultivation of tea, which has been transmitted from generation to generation.
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 small TIPS. 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.
Due to the content of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals in tea, like any other Oolong tea, it has beneficial properties for the human body:
Learn more about the beneficial properties of Oolong tea, which we will write on in our tea blog.
* Increase time of next brewing for 10-20 seconds.
Enjoy your tea! Tea Village Team :).