Evening Sky

2016 Wild Purple-Red Tea

All the proceeds support the creation of Light Meets Life!

Evening Sky

2016 Wild Purple-Red Tea

All the proceeds support the creation of Light Meets Life!

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The Return of an Old Friend

Yet again we have a chance to drink this marvelous tea from De Hong, Yunnan. Evening Sky is composed of wild trees that have mutated to have reddish-purple buds. The leaves start out bright purplish-red and then turn green as they grow. This tea is then processed like a red tea, with heavy oxidation.

Evening Sky comes from the Mangshi Township, De Hong prefecture of Yunnan, a province in Southwest China, and as we have discussed, the birthplace of all tea. It's of the "野生“ varietal (Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze var. assamica (J. Masters) Kitam.) This is a primeval varietal that pre-dates Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica and is a naturally occurring non-hybridized varietal. Its potency and incredible Cha Qi arise from its unadulterated nature. It is naturally bug-repellent, and grows wild in the forests of Yunnan at an altitude of 1600-2200 meters. The trees are old-growth, ranging in the hundreds of years old. They are all completely wild and natural.

This unique purple bud, old-growth, wild Red Tea is out-of-this-world flavorful. It erupts in a bouquet of fruity, flowery notes that expand seemingly endlessly. You haven’t ever had anything quite like it. The Qi is fanciful and uplifting, which is rare for a Red Tea. But this tea breaks all the molds. It is great for drinking or aging!

The minimum contribution for one of these amazing 250g cakes is 50USD. You are welcome to donate anything beyond that, knowing that it will help bring us closer to building our new center! This price does not include shipping, which will be quoted to you and depend on your country. If you are interested in having one of these cakes or have any questions that weren’t answered here, please contact us using the link at the bottom of the page.
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The Return of an Old Friend

Yet again we have a chance to drink this marvelous tea from De Hong, Yunnan. Evening Sky is composed of wild trees that have mutated to have reddish-purple buds. The leaves start out bright purplish-red and then turn green as they grow. This tea is then processed like a red tea, with heavy oxidation.

Evening Sky comes from the Mangshi Township, De Hong prefecture of Yunnan, a province in Southwest China, and as we have discussed, the birthplace of all tea. It's of the "野生“ varietal (Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze var. assamica (J. Masters) Kitam.) This is a primeval varietal that pre-dates Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica and is a naturally occurring non-hybridized varietal. Its potency and incredible Cha Qi arise from its unadulterated nature. It is naturally bug-repellent, and grows wild in the forests of Yunnan at an altitude of 1600-2200 meters. The trees are old-growth, ranging in the hundreds of years old. They are all completely wild and natural.

This unique purple bud, old-growth, wild Red Tea is out-of-this-world flavorful. It erupts in a bouquet of fruity, flowery notes that expand seemingly endlessly. You haven’t ever had anything quite like it. The Qi is fanciful and uplifting, which is rare for a Red Tea. But this tea breaks all the molds. It is great for drinking or aging!

The minimum contribution for one of these amazing 250g cakes is 50USD. You are welcome to donate anything beyond that, knowing that it will help bring us closer to building our new center! This price does not include shipping, which will be quoted to you and depend on your country. If you are interested in having one of these cakes or have any questions that weren’t answered here, please contact us using the link at the bottom of the page.


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