Jade Cloud
Organic Green Tea
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Jade Cloud
Jade Cloud
Jade Cloud
Jade Cloud

Jade Cloud

Jade Cloud is a lively green tea that we created over a decade ago in collaboration with artisans at the Xuan En Organic Yisheng Tea Cooperative in the remote mountains of Hubei province.


56+ Servings
14+ Servings
2+ Servings

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Tender and sweet green tea nurtured

by the clouds and mist of early spring

About this tea

Three different styles of green tea (steamed, oven-baked and roasted) are combined to make a deliciously smooth everyday green tea inspired by the classic Chinese green tea known as Wulu. Jade Cloud is grown from hardy tea cultivars like Long Jing #43 and Hubei E-Cha #10, and is harvested entirely by hand from the middle to the end of April according to "two leaves and a bud" plucking standard. Savory notes from steamed tea leaves are expertly balanced with the toasted chestnut flavor and flowery aromas of baked and roasted lots.

Ingredients

Organic green tea

Origin

Xuan En, Hubei, China


Caffeine Level

Medium

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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medium
Preparation
  • Imperial
  • Metric
Traditional Preparation

Add 5g tea per 320ml (11oz) water into a Glass or Porcelain Teapot.
Use water cooled to 185°F

Infuse for 3 minutes. Repeat for another infusion of 3 minutes.

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Origin

Xuan En

Hubei, China

Grown amidst a pristine natural environment, the teas from China's southwestern Hubei province have been known for centuries as a top tea region. We began sourcing teas from this region in the early 2000's and were among the first tea companies to help establish organic certification among the hundreds of family tea farms organized into a co-op system. The sub-tropical continental region has a misty mountain climate, encouraging the tea plants to grow slowly, concentrating their dewy flavor and producing a really special quality not found in common tea farms.

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