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Produced By the He Family

This herbal tea is finished from wild foraged Laoshan dandelion plants on the slopes of Laoshan, carefully hand-finished by the He Family with a technique similar to their reserve Laoshan green teas.

Tasting Profile

  • VERY SAVORY – sweet corn, buckwheat
  • FLORAL – dandelion, vanilla
  • VEGETAL – alfalfa
  • A LITTLE FRUITY – lemongrass
  • SPICY – cedar, nutmeg
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DATE OF PICKINGApril 2019
Laoshan VillageShandong Province
ELEVATION500 M
Taraxacum officinaleBotanical Name

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 of the dandelion plant are edible, and the leaves, flowers, and roots of the dandelion plant have been used throughout history around the world in salads, soups, and traditional remedies. Early this April, the He Family foraged young dandelion leaves from plants growing wild on the protected slopes of Laoshan and carefully finished them just as they would their early spring reserve Laoshan green teas. While fresh dandelion greens are famously bitter, the careful finishing and expert craftsmanship eliminated this for a smooth and sweet brew. We are so excited for the opportunity to share this latest experimental tea from the He Family!

This tea is pre-packed in individual 5g packets for sizes under 100g.

Steeping Instructions

Western

5 g.6-8
oz.
use 175° watersteep 20 secondsresteep many times
add 10 sec. each infusion

Gongfu

5 g.6  oz.use 175° watersteep 8 seconds
add 4 sec. per steeping
enjoy many steepings

Iced/Cold

5 g.12
 oz.
use room temp. waterrefrigerate overnight
(8 to 12 hours)
add ice & enjoy

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