The first mention of this variety of Kuding appeared almost 2,000 years ago in southern China, and then it was called - Gaol (broad-leaved tea) and it was only used for medicinal purposes. Only wealthy Chinese could afford to drink this drink because it was considered to be expensive and rare.
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Despite the fact that today it is called Kuding tea, in fact, it is not tea, because it does not come out of the tea bush, but from the leaves of one of the species of broadleaf holly. Kuding is collected mainly in the southern regions of China: on the slopes, in canyons and belts.
The appearance of the dry tea is not too attractive: dark leaves, twisted into a tube and a bit shriveled. But do not let that bother you! This fact indicates that the leaves were collected on time, dried and stored in compliance with all technologies. But its stunning specific flavor can be felt through the closed package.
Scientists around the world have carefully studied the properties of One leaf tea and have come to the following conclusions:
Besides, Kuding thins the blood, which helps to prevent blood clots. If you drink a cup of this drink every morning, then it will strengthen the cardiovascular system and get rid of headaches and chronic fatigue.
It was studied and it has the chemical composition of a tea beverage - such a rich amount of mineral elements and vitamins has not been found in any other plant. Judge: sodium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, vitamins A, C, D, E, and a whole line of vitamins ฺB... No wonder Kuding is a recommended drink for people with obesity, high blood pressure, lowered immunity, and chronic inflammatory diseases. There is also a contraindication - this tea should not be drunk by people diagnosed with chronic gastroenteritis.
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* Increase time of next brewing for 10-20 seconds.
China makes tea by pouring tea into small bowls and drinking in small sips. Kuding tea has a tart flavor and a spicy-bitter taste. And only a few minutes after the first sip reveals the true sweet flavor, leaving a reminder of its saturated finish. Do not add sugar, cream or lemon and ginger to drink - it distorts the experience. Sometimes you can mix it with Stevia or Osmanthus flower.
Enjoy your tea! Tea Village Team :).