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Sichuan Bamboo Tea 50g (Zhu Ye Qing)

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Embark on a journey to the misty peaks of Er-mei Mountain in Sichuan, China, where the pristine air and fertile soil nurture the extraordinary Zhu Ye Qing Green Tea. Revered for its exquisite taste and remarkable quality, this tea pays homage to the natural beauty and rich heritage of its homeland.


Si Chuan, Er-Mei Mountain ASML 3,100m 

Health Benefit: 

Green tea, revered for centuries, offers a multitude of health benefits due to its rich nutritional profile and powerful antioxidants. Here are some key health benefits:

  1. Rich in Antioxidants: Green tea is loaded with polyphenols, particularly catechins, which help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
  2. Supports Heart Health: Regular consumption can improve cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.
  3. Aids Weight Management: Green tea can boost metabolism and increase fat burning, making it a popular choice for weight management.
  4. Enhances Brain Function: The caffeine and L-theanine in green tea work synergistically to improve brain function, enhancing alertness, memory, and mood.
  5. Reduces Risk of Certain Cancers: The antioxidants in green tea have been shown to reduce the risk of various cancers, including breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer.
  6. Improves Dental Health: Catechins in green tea inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses that cause dental issues, promoting better oral health.
  7. Supports Skin Health: Its anti-inflammatory properties can help with skin conditions and improve overall skin appearance by reducing signs of aging.
  8. Boosts Immune System: Green tea's bioactive compounds enhance immune function, helping to ward off infections and illnesses.

Brew Instructions:

  1. Heat Water: Heat fresh, filtered water to just below boiling (about 80-85°C). To take it to the next level, source high mineralised water for a boost in flavours for your teas. 
  2. Steep Tea: Place 2 to 3 grams of Sichuan Bamboo Tea into your teapot or infuser. Pour the hot water over the leaves. (Wash your tea leaves on your first brew)
  3. Steep Time: Allow the tea to steep for 35 seconds for a light sweet brew or 60+seconds for a full body brew. Adjust steeping time based on your taste preference.
  4. Enjoy: Savor the delicate aroma and refined taste. Perfect on its own or lightly sweetened with honey or stevia.