Teaneer Handcrafted Yellow Tea
25Grams - Handcrafted and sun-dried Yellow Tea
₹ 350.00 / Piece
Available Qty. 25 Piece
Category Farm Produces Others
Seller Vijayalakshmi Natural Farms
Added On 04-Apr-2018
Updated On 13-May-2018
As per quality production standards Yellow Tea, can be viewed as a cooked version of green tea, where an additional sweating or heaping stage is involved which usually range from 24 to 30 hours. However utmost care has to be taken in observing the leaves during this heaping stage as it is very much susceptible to spoilage where mold will set in the lot if not processed at the right time on the cooked leaves. An entire batch will need to be dumped in case of spoilage if the tea master has not been attentive to check the batch's doneness at regular intervals. Mainly this check is done by the nose where an experienced tea master detects the batch just by the smell.
The leaves will have formed a very bright yellowish tint to it right after the sweating stage and will be further hand rolled for 3 to 4 rounds of ball rolling where the moisture is gradually removed from the leaves until its upto 5% after which its take through a final sundrying stage to be packed.
- The optimal distribution of the antioxidants and flavonoid components of tea is mainly found in the Apical Bud and the first 2 leaves. The more mature leaves does not carry much of these healthy nutrients. Whole leaf teaneer brings you the most healthiest tea as our pack consist only of these imperial pluck.
- Theanine is a unique component in its natual form found only in Tea. Theanine is a natural stress reliever and a caffeine regulator. Due to its combined effects with caffeine it provides you a with wakeful alertness for a long time in times of high stress work.
Tea brewing is a very individualistic experience, there is tea to everyones palete and we encourage you to explore your unique brew by varying the temperature and timings, however the below guidelines can get you started if you are new to teaneer.
- Teaneer is as good as the water you use to brew, soft water without any added chlorine
- Bring water to an initial bubble boil on a stove and immediately stop (approx 75 Celcius / 165 Fahrenheit) and allow it to cool ( approx 70 Celcius / 155 Fahrenheit)
- In a brewing vessel take about 3 grams of teaneer Oolong leaves and spread it on the bottom.
- Pour the hot water prepared earlier over the leaves and allow it to steep for 3 Minutes
- Strain the brewed tea onto serving cups or other container (Completely drain the water in the brewer)
- After the first brew the teaneer leaves has just opened up and it can be brewed a couple more times with adding water with the same temperature as initially used in your first brew.
- Yellow tea will have a musky note similar to the rain drenched mud or some light resemblance to heaped hay or rice.
- The after taste which develops after a sip of yellow tea will be very dominant , its is usually preferred alongside a heavy meal.