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Wild Green Tai

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‍Made by the Rao Brothers of the Gelao tribe from 500-year-old wild indigenous Tai trees, this bold green tea has higher nutritional content and green stimulants, giving you an instant kick. Experience the citrusy aroma and refreshing alpine taste slowly turn to roasted barley over multiple re-brews.
What's so special about "Wild Green Tai" tea?

"What's so special about Tai tea?

Tai tea trees, native to the east of the province, have grown wild and remained almost inaccessible for millenia. They're bold in colour (purple), taste and nutrients thanks to the area's mineral-rich soil and unique natural spring irrigation. A typical brew of
Tai tea has an infusion extract of 46% (a good quality whole-leaf infusion is around 32%). Tai teas are packed with much more nutrients than other teas – including vitamins, anthocyanin (a natural anti-oxidant) and minerals such as Ka, Zinc and Selenium."

Taste Profile

Creamy, Nutty, and Woody


Shi Qian, Guizhou.

Indigenous Tree Type

Tai 苔茶種

Tree Age

400 - 600 y/o



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