Taiping Hou Kui Tea won the gold medal at the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition and became the youngest of the Chinese Top 10 Teas since then. It is the largest sized leaf tea among the famous green teas. The infusion has a delicate orchid fragrance and a mellow taste which lasts up to four brewing. In a glass, the leaf gracefully sways in the water which is described as the ‘Phoenix dances’. This Superfine grade Hou Kui Tea was produced in the area adjacent to Houkeng, the core producing area of Hou Kui Tea at the foot of Huangshan mountain of Anhui Province.
- Put 2g Superfine Hou Kui Tea into a glass;
- Pour into the glass 4 oz 175 F water;
- Brew for 1-2 minutes. One minute for delicate taste, two minutes for stronger taste;
- The Superfine Hou Kui Tea stands up to four brewing.