Good Old Sweet
Jiu Jia, a remote region in Yunnan province ruled by one of the Chinese official minorities Yi and also the origin of the 2 700 years old Ancient
Tea Tree King is a remarkably beautiful place, full of old trees, high elevated little cute villages and heart-warmingly friendly people. This region also partially belongs to the Ailaoshan Mountains, which are famous as a sweet-natured puerh tea production area.
Huangpian is a kind of puerh which was made from older tea leaves, often using old tea tree leaves. Material for regular puerh is mostly only one tip one or two leaves, however for huangpian also three or four leaves. As a consequence, the tea contains more saccharides and minerals, which makes it really sweet without any usual puerh bitterness. A lot of people would also appreciate minimum content of caffeine, which is concentrated mostly in younger tea leaves. However huangpian can contain higher amount of certain heavy metals, which makes it unsuitable for everyday drinking. The leaves are processed by a local traditional method.
Suitable for people who are sensitive towards caffeine.