About Aged Tea
If stored right, tea can last for as long as you like, and the flavor and fragrance will change year after year.
When a tea ages, the freshness and astringency gradually fade away, replaced by the herbal aroma and smooth texture.
Comparing to new teas, aged teas are less irritant and mild.
About Fuoshou Tea
Fuoshou, also known as Budda’s Palm for its big leaf, is a species originally from Fujian province.
It was introduced to Taiwan in early 1900s, but the yield was never big.
Nowadays, nearly no farmer in Muzha is still growing or processing Fuoshou.
Packaging - Simple but Sufficient
❖ We provide only the necessities, so waste is reduced and shipping fee is saved. Gift box is available for an additional price.
❖ Light-proof aluminum foil pack: Simply seal it with a clipper after opening can keep your tea fresh.
❖ Detailed instructions: With the attached instructions in Chinese, English, and Japanese, anyone can make a pot of nice tea.
❖ Amount of tea leaves used for each brew: About 25% of the volume of tea vessel
❖ Time for infusion: About 30-40 seconds
❖ Tea leaves can be reused for: 7-8 brews
To keep your tea fresh, seal the opening with a storage clip/sealer and store in a dry and clean place.
Keep away from kitchen and fridge to avoid mixture of taste.