WAO TEA

Zhi Gushu Bai Cha

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  • Zhi Gushu Bai Cha

WAO TEA

Zhi Gushu Bai Cha

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Beautiful white gushu leaves harvested from ancient tea trees of more than 250 years. The leaves were harvested in 2019, in Lincang forest, Yunnan, and compressed into a bing cha. The tea trees of this region are the most ancient in the world. 

Transformation : Naturally 100% Organic. Clean and Free from pesticides. Following the way of nature.

Tasting experience:  The liquor offers a sumptuous combination of sweet and tangy flavors, fragrances of cinnamon and honey, smooth velvety texture, vanilla accents and woody spicy character. Delicious served both cold and warm. 

Elemental wisdom: Water. Yin in essence. Soft, gentle, graceful. Carrying the energy of Zhi, the spirit of Water. Related to will, essential nature, fundamental essence. The deepest and most intimate form of presence.

Brewing guide:
Teapot: 250 ml water · 80°C water · 3-5g tea · 2 minutes infusion. 
Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 85°C water · 3 tsp tea · 
Multiples Infusions; (1st) 20 sec (2nd) 15 sec (3rd) 25 sec
+ 5 sec every additional infusions.
*If served cold, brew first respecting water temperature and time depending on the technique use. Then, pour in a thermos with ice, shake, let it cool down and serve or store in the fridge for a few hours.
Quantity of tea per bag : 50g

 

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Beautiful white gushu leaves harvested from ancient tea trees of more than 250 years. The leaves were harvested in 2019, in Lincang forest, Yunnan, and compressed into a bing cha. The tea trees of this region are the most ancient in the world. 

Transformation : Naturally 100% Organic. Clean and Free from pesticides. Following the way of nature.

Tasting experience:  The liquor offers a sumptuous combination of sweet and tangy flavors, fragrances of cinnamon and honey, smooth velvety texture, vanilla accents and woody spicy character. Delicious served both cold and warm. 

Elemental wisdom: Water. Yin in essence. Soft, gentle, graceful. Carrying the energy of Zhi, the spirit of Water. Related to will, essential nature, fundamental essence. The deepest and most intimate form of presence.

Brewing guide:
Teapot: 250 ml water · 80°C water · 3-5g tea · 2 minutes infusion. 
Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 85°C water · 3 tsp tea · 
Multiples Infusions; (1st) 20 sec (2nd) 15 sec (3rd) 25 sec
+ 5 sec every additional infusions.
*If served cold, brew first respecting water temperature and time depending on the technique use. Then, pour in a thermos with ice, shake, let it cool down and serve or store in the fridge for a few hours.
Quantity of tea per bag : 50g