IE Green Tea has published an informative article educating consumers about the origins of green tea and the resources used to create the world’s most valuable green tea.
IE Green Tea recently published an article on their website detailing the origins of green tea leaves and the valuable resources involved in making the tea Green tea people consume. The article explains how green tea leaves are grown in the wild Wuyi Mountains of northern Fujian in China and brewed with natural, unpolluted spring water.
Wuyi Mountains, also known as Wuyishan Nature Reserve, is a mountain range in Fujian Province, China, in Nanping District. The mountain range is known around the world for serving as a sanctuary for various rare and native plant species. Several varieties of green and black tea are harvested in the Wuyi Mountains, most notably Da Hong Pao and Lapsang Souchong. These teas are marketed as “Wuyi tea” or “rock tea” because the trees for the teas grow on the hard rocks of the cliffs in the mountain range.
The Wuyi Mountains are considered to be one of the most beautiful places in all of Southeast China. These mountains have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Wuyi Mountains were granted the status due to their exceptional biodiversity, unique geographic features that include dramatic gorges, hills, caves and waterfalls, and significant cultural significance for the remnants of the ancient Han Dynasty.
Wuyishan Nature Reserve is the ideal place for people interested in history and knowledge of Asian culture, nature and cuisine. Not to mention anyone curious about a journey to the birthplace of their favorite green tea.
“Da Hong Pao” is the most famous variety of green tea grown in the Wuyi Mountains. Da Hong Pao is celebrated by green tea connoisseurs for its distinctive orchid aroma and sweet aftertaste that lingers pleasantly on the palate. Few original Mother Da Hong Pao trees remain on the cliffs of Wuyi Mountains, which is why they are considered a national treasure in China.
The tea leaves produced by these plants are extremely expensive and difficult to obtain. Da Hong Pao teas available in the market are harvested from various derivative grown trees. The derived teas have the characteristic scent, taste and retain health benefits of the original Da Hong Pao tea. Originating from the Wuyi Mountains, the teas are highly prized for their health benefits, said to be ingested from the nutrient-rich soil of their natural terrain.
Readers can read more about the wonderful journey of natural green tea at the IE Green Tea official website. The article can be read in full at: https://iegreentea.com/pages/farm-cultivated
About IE Green Tea
IE Green Tea sells a premium quality brand of liquid green tea in concentrated packets known for its many health benefits. The brand prides itself on selling the best green tea on the market that offers all of the advertised health benefits at a competitive price.
To learn more about IE Green Tea, its benefits, how the brewing process came about from years of experimentation and partnerships with tea experts, and where the tea comes from (as a note: note that this is an exclusive mountain that provides nutritional rich minerals), visit the website at IEgreentea.com.
David Stone is the CEO of IE Green Tea. You can reach him at:
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