THE LAST GIBBON
This tea comes from a very remote area on the Chinese-Burma border. The forest around the tea gardens (in 2500 m altitude), which is also a natural reserve area, is home to many rare species, including our gibbon (Hylobatidae), there are only 150 of them left in the whole area. The production of tea is therefore strictly organic. Interesting is also volcanic history of this place, which makes the soil rich in certain minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
The liquor of The Last Gibbon is yellow-green with strong flower fragrance and fresh full taste with long-lasting sweet after-taste. Recommend for people who light delicate sweet taste and fragrance.