Vietnam Thai Nguyen Tan Cuong Green Tea 100 grams (3.54 oz)
When talking about tea and the place of perfect tea products, most of the Vietnamese mention Vietnam Thai Nguyen Tan Cuong Green Tea as the first destination. That is simply because this highland district has been well-known in Vietnam for its hundred years of aromatic tea cultivation.
No one knows exactly what makes tea products from this land so charming like that: some attribute it to the climate, some suppose soil is the reason and some also say the experienced hand of farmers creates the specialty. However, those are concerned by agro-scientists or tea researchers only, and for tea drinkers in Vietnam, they care more about how they can have a hot teapot with real Thai Nguyen tea inside and enjoy each drop of that fragrant beverage.
The most famous tea from Thai Nguyen is Tan Cuong Tea. This special product from Tan Cuong – Cong River area possesses an incredibly delicious taste that can mesmerize any tea drinkers including the pickiest one. Each sip of hot Tan Cuong tea pouring in mouth firstly leaves a little taste of bitter on the tip of the tongue, but that taste immediately transforms into a deep sweet when the tea is off the throat.
Influence of terrain and climate on tea in Vietnam Thai Nguyen Tan Cuong Green Tea
Most tea researchers agree that Thai Nguyen terrain and weather have a significant impact on high-quality tea products here. Generally, tea areas are located in valleys or on hills that are surrounded by high mountains around such as Tam Dao or Than Lan. These mountains shield extreme sunlight of summer as well as freezing winds of winter, so the environment at those farms is amazingly appropriate for growing tea with an average temperature of 22 – 23o C during the year. Humidity in Thai Nguyen also further enhances that properness with a high level of rainfall from 2,000 to 2,500 mm per year.
Especially, the water source in this region is also another crucial element to create the wonderful flavor of Thai Nguyen tea. Water to sprinkle large tea plantations here is originated from Cong River and Nui Coc Lake that has flown and permeated through stone and underground water circuits to absorb the mineral and use it to feed lush these green tea plants.
- Packing: 01 packs x 100 grams Net Weight. Shipping weight 124 grams/ box. Recommend to buy 02 boxes, 04 boxes, 06 boxes, 10 boxes…
- Exp: 2021 or Later
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