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This bundle includes five 25g bags of Laoshan tea for 125g total (25 sessions). The He Family were some of the first to plant tea in Laoshan, one of China’s newest and northernmost tea growing regions. Laoshan is a mountain village on the ocean, subject to cold winters that give the tea a flavor unlike any other on earth. Mr. He has established a cooperative to promote his award-winning vision for sustainable beyond-organic agriculture and rigorous technically demanding craft.
The new 2020 spring harvest is here! Laoshan Green was the first tea produced at Taiqing temple by the Taoist monks of Laoshan. The plants [...]
This tea is the earliest curled Laoshan Black from the He Family of 2020 - carefully crafted with hand-picked buds underneath the protection of the [...]
Gan Zao Ye is wild-foraged Laoshan Jujube leaf, hand picked and carefully hand finished using the painstaking withering, fixing, curling and drying process that the [...]
Laoshan Green Oolong takes the beautiful mineral-forward green bean profile of Laoshan Green and gives it an astounding depth and complexity through meticulous labor intensive [...]
Laoshan Gongfu Black is one of the most difficult finishes for the He Family, requiring flat-pressing and hand-twisting and curling to achieve the final shape [...]
This is the highest grade Laoshan Black tea that the He Family produced in 2020. Laoshan Gongfu Black is one of the most difficult finishes [...]
The new 2019 Autumn harvest is here! This relatively new tea is fed by sweet mountain spring water and oxidized in the sun for three [...]
The new 2020 spring harvest is here! The He Family’s Laoshan Black has become their most famous tea, earning them features in the US and [...]
The flat-pressing process that Mr. He uses to finish this reserve spring harvest is inspired by Dragonwell green tea. In fact, Laoshan tea was originally [...]
Mr. He’s daughter Qingqing, co-owner of Verdant Tea, pioneered this finishing style with her father. She loves the long delicate twisting technique for the way [...]
A mild winter and cool spring has made for a stunning early harvest of delicate buds and leaves from the He Family’s ocean-facing plot at [...]
The first Da Tian harvest is special because the very cool weather that requires greenhouse protection for the delicate tea plants over the early spring [...]
This harvest is picked in the cool autumn air after resting the plant through summer. The result is crisp, fresh flavor with more savory green [...]
The humble dandelion flower (Taraxacum) grows wild across the slopes of Laoshan in Shandong. Though the plant is sometimes regarded as a weed, all parts [...]
The He Family is continuing their tradition of wild-foraging caffeine-free native Laoshan herbs and using their expertise at green tea processing to finish Shandong's native Lu mulberry leaves like a traditional green tea.