Raw materials are selected from high-altitude ancient tea gardens in Iceland’s natural villages. 1 bud 3 leaves of early spring tea are used. The traditional production process of white tea is not fried or kneaded, and it is dried in the sun. Pressed into a uniform brick shape, after 7 years of storage, the color is dark and uniform, the taste is mellow and sweet, and the aftertaste is long-lasting, with floral, honey and sweet aromas. The tea soup is orange in color and has high foam resistance. In the form of biscuit packaging, small and portable.
Dried tea: Smooth
Tea soup: Bright orange
Aroma: Floral and honey fragrance
Taste: Mellow and sweet, long-lasting aftertaste
Picking standard: 1 bud 3 leaves
Origin: Iceland Village, Lincang, Yunnan
Grade: Top Grade
Type: White Tea
- Add 5g tea leaves
- Add pure water above 95°C for brewing
- After the first soak for 10s, pour it off and smell the fragrance. 2-5 times of soaking for 5s-10s, and then soaking for 10-20s, it can be brewed more than 10 times.
Storage method: Store at room temperature, in a cool, dry place without peculiar smell and away from light.
What is so special about Icelandic in Yunnan?
Located in the southwestern border of China, Yunnan is a multi-ethnic province full of mystery. Not only is there a rich variety of animals and plants, it is known as the "Kingdom of Animals and Plants", but it also has a long history and culture, colorful natural scenery, and a large number of wild ancient tea trees and communities. It is a holy place for tea that people who love tea yearn for.
And in the Lincang tea area deep in Yunnan, there is a Mengku tea mountain. Iceland Village is located on the banks of the Mengku River, on the Tropic of Cancer, with sufficient sunlight resources, 1650-3200 meters above sea level, close to Iceland Lake, and has an excellent ecological environment. The annual average temperature here is 20°C and the annual rainfall is 1,800 mm, which is very suitable for growing tea. Therefore, the quality of tea produced here is also very good.