Lu'an Gua Pian
High-altitude tea grown in Lu An District in China's Anhui Province, where the weather conditions are ideal. The natural cultivation method makes it possible to produce a high-quality tea.
Picked by hand, the large, long, dark green, light and open leaves are gently crumpled by hand in a vat over a wood fire using a small bamboo broom. They flourish largely revealing the green and iodized character of tea.
The green and full-bodied liqueur brings a wave of freshness in the mouth by its astringency. Exceptional vegetable length with sweet notes. It has medicinal virtues (chases away fatigue, stimulates the mind and improves acuity). A bouquet of refined greenery.