Zhu Ye QingGreen bamboo leaves
Legendary tea of Sichuan, from gardens situated at 1200m altitude on the slopes of the magnificent Mount Emei, one of four sacred Buddhist mountains in China. The infusion of its glossy leaves exudes a heady vegetal (snow pea) and floral bouquet.
Lively and full, the delicate green liquor boasts a lively bite and generous tannins that provide body. Its texture is dense and is embellished with rich notes of sunflower seeds.
A potent and refreshing tea!
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This cup was designed by the Camellia Sinensis team in partnership with a ceramic workshop in Taiwan. Made of porcelain, the pure white glazed interior finish is perfect to enhance the colour of the liquor of either an entire gaiwan infuson or a shared teapot. An elegant everyday accessory with its pleasing curves and practical size.
Zhu Ye Qing, sacred tea of Sichuan
Zhu Ye Qing first appeared in tea history in the early 1960s. Its creation is attributed to a monk who lived on top of Mount Emei. In 1964, the government minister Chen Yi gave the tea its name,
Zhu Ye Qing first appeared in tea history in the early 1960s. Its creation is attributed to a monk