A complex, fresh, full tea with a scent of seaweed and fruit, such as papaya and watermelon. This tea tastes great with an oriental meal or a meal with fish.
The He Feng Fu Xi is a green tea from China. It is grown on a plantation in the province of Hubei. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. The tea looks a bit like a Japanese tea. The colour of the tea is dark green.
A green tea is an unfermented tea. For green tea, only the buds and upper leaves of the plant are used. This can be done several times in the season and is harvested completely manually and very carefully. Every pick is completely different. After picking and fading the leaves, they are steamed or cooked, so the green color will retain and the leaves will not oxidize or ferment. After this process, the leaves go through hot or cold rollers to break them. Finally, the leaves have to dry and get sorted.
A fresh green tea with a taste of fine herbs and a touch of young vegetables and seaweed. It also contains a little hint of citrus fruit. The tea is delicious with every meal, but tastes particularly good with fish dishes.
The Mao Feng is a green tea from China. The color of the tea is a bright green color. It is harvested in the early spring on the Qingshan plantation in Hunan province. Here they are produced according to traditional methods and handmade. Hunan is located in the south of China.
A green tea is an unfermented tea. Only the buds and first two leaves are picked, this can be done several times per season, but each picking is different. After picking and fading the leaves, they are immediately steamed or cooked to prevent oxidation and to preserve the green color of the leaves. After this process, the leaves go through large rollers to break them. After this the leaves have to be dried and sorted out.