Vietnam special tea

The way of making, tasting Lotus and Jasmine teas are of Vietnamese culture. Taste our natural flower scented tea...

 
 

The way of making, tasting Lotus and Jasmine teas are of Vietnamese culture. Taste our natural flower scented tea, you will feel part of Vietnamese culture through every cup of tea.

 
Lotus Tea

Lotus tea is a very unique tea that is made in an old traditional way. To have the finest lotus tea, lotus flowers must be picked when they have just bloomed and keep fresh. They take a Lotus flower bud and, very, very carefully peel back the petals without a single rip or tear until they would put about 2 grams of the fresh green tea inside, then carefully take back up the petals until the bud is as it was before filling it with tea. After all the buds are full and rewoven they put them aside overnight and the next evening reverse the process and extract the wonderful smelling Lotus tea. To have one kilogram of lotus tea nearly one thousand lotus flowers are needed.

Jasmine Tea

A unique tea made from Green tea leaves that are scented with jasmine flowers. The jasmine flowers are harvested during the day and stored in a cool place until night. During the night, the flowers bloom with full fragrance. On the great floor the flowers are layered over the tealeaves during the scenting process. It is turned and turned and left to absorb the scent. In order to have one kilogram of Jasmine Tea, four kilograms of jasmine flower is needed. The whole process is made by hand, in a very careful manner to transmit the natural scent into teas. The quality of Jasmine tea is determined by the quality of green tea used as its base and the effectiveness of the scenting.

Oolong Tea

A compromise between black and green tea, a "temple of heaven" variety, tightly rolled up into little balls, which gives it its wonderful keeping attributes. Have a look at, taste it once, discover the difference...

Pu-erh Tea

Come from the border between Vietnam and Yunan. Habitants in this area using the tender leaves of large leaf tea as its raw material to make pu-erh tea. There are two types according to its shape: Pu-erh compressed and loose tea. Pu-erh tea is especially good for reducing weight.

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