Meung Honeybee Laos

A black tea from Laos

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Description

Description

Most of the gardens in the Meung district lie between 800 and 1200 meters. There is a mixture of wild-growing old plants, replanting and agroforestry in the form of tall bushes and small trees. All plants are grown from forest tea seeds and there are no clones/cuttings, so strictly speaking there are no cultivars. The Akha in the Golden Triangle have always used the large-leaved tea plant, which is often classified as Camelia Sinensis variation Assamica, but which has a great diversity of characteristics (red/purple buds, different leaf shapes, etc.). The plants are therefore very resilient and well adapted to their environment. The character of the original plant gives the tea its strength, complexity and persistence (many infusions possible).

Nutritional declaration per 100 ml:
Energy >0,1 kJ / >0,1 kcal.
Fat < 0,1 g of which saturated < 0,1 g.
Carbonhydrates < 0,1 g of which sugars < 0,1 g.
Protein < 0,1 g.
Salt < 0,1 g.

For the Perfect Cup of Tea!

For the Perfect Cup of Tea!

For the Perfect Cup of Tea!

Dosage

Dosage

1 tea spoon, aprox. 2 gr for 250ml water.

Temperature

Temperature

The ideal water temperature is 90°C, just before boiling point.

Brewing Time

Brewing Time

Brew your tea for 3-5′ for a perfect cup.

Enjoy It

Enjoy It

Full bodied tea with intense flavor You can add milk or a sweetener.

Meung Honeybee Laos

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