Heirloom Ruby

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Ruby | Aka Dian Hong (Red), Yunnan Red
Varietal
Heirloom Lan’Xang Yun’Nan Da’Ye (large leaf) varietal, wild harvested ancient tea trees 800-1,200 years old. 2.5+ meters in height, deep reaching roots & broad limbs. Limited harvest
Profile
Vibrant full bodied, food friendly tea w/ a malty sweetness, vanilla accents & ripe tannins.
Process
Sustainably harvested leaves > withered indoors > lightly rolled > fully oxidized > re-rolled > re-withered > fully dried
Attributes
Higher caffeine, increases vitality and awareness, increases metabolism*, reduces high cholesterol, Certified organic, sustainably harvested, single origin, garden direct. Lan’Xang tea species are higher in polyphenol content by 5-7%,catechin 30-60% and water-soluble substances 3-5%
Preparation
1 Tbs per 8 oz, 212˚ F, 5-7 min. For iced tea, steep tea strongly, allow to cool, pour over ice
Region
The largest concentration of the oldest wild tea trees in the world, in virtual tea forests in the Lan Xang Biodiverse Rainforest. Known as Thousands Acres Ancient Tea Trees. Red mineral rich soil, fog laden 5,000 ft. + elev., 22˚ N. Lat.
Garden
The Pure Step ecological tea gardens were established around 696 AD from 4,000+ year old wild harvested ancient tea arbors in the heart of East Asia’s most rich and biodiverse rain-forests known locally as Lan Xang (Million Elephant)

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