WAO TEA

Jing Zuo Lu Cha

$26.00
  • Jing Zuo Lu Cha

WAO TEA

Jing Zuo Lu Cha

$26.00

Jing Zuo Lu Cha is a freshly harvested Mengding Ganlu green tea from 

Meng Shan, Sichuan Province in the southwest part of China. According to a legend, this tea was first planted by the Taoist Master Wu Lizhen, who planted seven Mangding Ganlu bushes on Meng Shan during the Ganlu era (53-50 BCE). This tea was called "tea of the immortals". It is known to be a tea that is "warm and able to take charge of disease". It was used as ceremonial offering by the Emperor. Before the mid-Tang dynasty, this tea was rare and highly prized. But today, more tea bushes were planted. 

Vibrancy : 100% organic, clean and vibrant. No pesticides/chemicals. Harvest and produced in a traditional way.

Tasting experience: Offering sweet touch of hazelnut and marine fragrances, a delicate green liquor of rich green vegetables aromas and lovely fruity nuances. A generous refreshing tea offering a beautiful velvety texture, with sweet and floral magic.

Energy experience (Qi): Carrying the wisdom of the growth of Wood and the Wind of change. A precious reminder of the transience of life. Awakening the light in the liver meridian, a pathway of Faith and Renewal. "Jing Zuo" is refering to an ancient form of spiritual self-cultivation that helps a person achieve a more fulfilling life. "Lu" is refering to the color green of the liquor. Jing Zuo Lu Cha is an occasion to meditate with the vibrant renewing energy of the beginning of the cycle of no beginning, endlessly returning.

Brewing guide:

Teaware: Gaiwan

Gong Fu: 150 ml water · 80°C water · 2 tsp tea · Multiples infusions; (1st) 30 sec, (2nd) 25 sec, (3rd) 45 sec, + 10 sec every additional infusions.

 

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Jing Zuo Lu Cha is a freshly harvested Mengding Ganlu green tea from 

Meng Shan, Sichuan Province in the southwest part of China. According to a legend, this tea was first planted by the Taoist Master Wu Lizhen, who planted seven Mangding Ganlu bushes on Meng Shan during the Ganlu era (53-50 BCE). This tea was called "tea of the immortals". It is known to be a tea that is "warm and able to take charge of disease". It was used as ceremonial offering by the Emperor. Before the mid-Tang dynasty, this tea was rare and highly prized. But today, more tea bushes were planted. 

Vibrancy : 100% organic, clean and vibrant. No pesticides/chemicals. Harvest and produced in a traditional way.

Tasting experience: Offering sweet touch of hazelnut and marine fragrances, a delicate green liquor of rich green vegetables aromas and lovely fruity nuances. A generous refreshing tea offering a beautiful velvety texture, with sweet and floral magic.

Energy experience (Qi): Carrying the wisdom of the growth of Wood and the Wind of change. A precious reminder of the transience of life. Awakening the light in the liver meridian, a pathway of Faith and Renewal. "Jing Zuo" is refering to an ancient form of spiritual self-cultivation that helps a person achieve a more fulfilling life. "Lu" is refering to the color green of the liquor. Jing Zuo Lu Cha is an occasion to meditate with the vibrant renewing energy of the beginning of the cycle of no beginning, endlessly returning.

Brewing guide:

Teaware: Gaiwan

Gong Fu: 150 ml water · 80°C water · 2 tsp tea · Multiples infusions; (1st) 30 sec, (2nd) 25 sec, (3rd) 45 sec, + 10 sec every additional infusions.