Among Chinese teas Yellow tea belongs to the elite. This tea have very deep and varied flavors. It’s growing in five provinces of China. And each of these provinces produces its own yellow tea.
Yellow teas are united by one common feature in the production process, is stage is called “longing”. After the tea leaf was collected, dried, heated and “missed”, it is wrapped in a special hygroscopic paper in small portions of 0.5 kg. And then leave to rest for several tens of hours in a dark and warm place. During this time tea “turns yellow”. Relatively speaking, the same thing happens with mown grass, when it is collected in stacks. It turns yellow.
“Longing” production stage gives tea a recognizable, specific flavor and taste that distinguishes it from other types of teas.
Yellow teas are produced exclusively from the upper buds. This tea is certainly expensive. And often very expensive. This is the top. The fragrance of Yellow tea is fascinating. These are delightful light floral emotions, and this is always a major note. Whichever type of yellow tea you take, it will always be resilient, bright and incendiary.
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