This herbal tea is foraged from Laoshan's wild Ziziphus Jujuba trees, carefully hand-finished by the He Family in their workshop just like their classic Laoshan green teas.
goji berry, avocado
toasted oats, genmaicza, coconut
fruit - goji berry, avocado
savory - toasted oats, genmaicza, coconut
vegetal - oregano, cardamom
spice - cinnamon, cardamom
texture - cooling, sweet
DATE OF PICKINGMay 2021
Laoshan VillageShandong Province
ziziphus jujubaTea Varietal
The new 2021 spring harvest is availabe and shipping now!
Gan Zao Ye (Wild Jujube) is a naturally caffeine-free herbal tea that grows unmanaged and wild on the slopes of Laoshan. The He family forages a limited quantity each spring and hand-processes it just like a traditional green tea with withering, firing and curling. The final result is packed with just as much flavor complexity (and antioxidants) as a traditional tea.
The delicate leaves spring open and release a deep sweet toasted oat aroma. The first sips are similar to genmaicha- green tea mixed with toasted puffed rice. As the tea steeps out it shows off complex notes of goji berry, coconut, eucalyptus, and cardamom. The aftertaste is supremely sweet, cooling and refreshing.
The new 2021 spring harvest is here! Laoshan Green was the first tea produced at Taiqing temple by the Taoist monks of Laoshan. The plants were or[...]
As low as$1.50
'When we tried Mr. He’s Laoshan Gan Zao Ye, we were blown away. It had the flavor complexity of any incredible green tea with deep lingering sweetness, rich malt tones and a barley flavor all its own. The character of the finished tea felt like an extremely true expression of Laoshan, and the He Family’s values despite coming from an entirely different species of plant'
5 g.6-8 oz.use 175° watersteep 20 secondsresteep many times add 10 sec. each infusion
5 g.6 ozuse 175° watersteep 8 seconds add 4 sec. per steepingenjoy many steepings