2022 Pre-Qingming Harvest En Shi Jade Dew 恩施玉露
2022 Pre-Qingming Harvest En Shi Jade Dew 恩施玉露
2022 Pre-Qingming Harvest En Shi Jade Dew 恩施玉露

2022 Pre-Qingming Harvest En Shi Jade Dew 恩施玉露

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Rich Umami, Rich in Selenium, Fresh Green, Floral

Now serving at Parched by Parchmen (Ubi) 

En Shi is a prefecture located in the southwest of Hubei. It is home to lush terraced mountains and communities of Tujia and Miao ethnic minorities. This is also one of the few places in the world that is rich in selenium, a micro-nutrient that is a strong anti-oxidant and boosts thyroid health.

En Shi Jade Dew is, as its name suggests, made in the same style as Gyokuro. In fact, the techniques for producing Gyokuro - much like tea itself - originated in Tang Dynasty China. Over time, the two nations diverged in the way they process tea. China went down the path of pan-firing, while steam remained very much the fashion in Japanese tea even until today.

Hence, En Shi Jade Dew is actually a rare, highly traditional, way of producing artisanal tea. The green tea is harvested from high-altitude areas where the year-round average temperature is just 16.4°C and the humidity is a whopping 82%. The leaves are fine-picked (one bud one leaf) and gently steamed to produce a tea leaf that is vividly green and refreshing on the tongue.

The beauty of this tea is that it fulfills the standard of the 3 Greens in Chinese green teas, green dry leaves, green tea liquor, and green wet leaves.

This tea is a China Geographical Indicator registered product.

Recommended brewing:

3g to 150ml, at 70C

 

Origin: Badong, Enshi, Hubei, China
Processing: Steamed Green
Processing method: Picking -> Steam Kill Green -> Drying -> Shaping -> Drying

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