15,80 € EUR
(15,80 € / 100g)

Wulu, Jiangxi
Yuncui, Chinese green tea 100 g refill bag

100 g refill bag

Cups 50


Product rating 4.5 out of 5
Item No. 21134A1050
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Chinese green tea

An organic green tea from China that combines sweetness and refreshment!

Do you love unflavored, single-estate teas? Then Wulu is the tea for you! The pale-yellow liquor of this organic, Chinese green tea exudes irresistible vegetal flavors reminiscent of sweet chestnut, which develop to reveal subtle mineral notes. A delicate beverage that can be enjoyed, naturally, throughout the day. 

Sourced from the Chinese province of Jiangxi, this Wulu green tea strives to showcase the full beauty of its region – which you will be delighted to find in your cup.

Organic tea available loose because it’s good for the planet.

The info you need

The Chinese province of Jiangxi is famed for the quality of its tea gardens, for its countless rice fields, and for the sophisticated porcelain produced there. The city of Jingdezhen, found in the northwest of the region and nicknamed the “porcelain capital,” is teeming with pottery workshops, ancient imperial kilns, and even a museum of ceramic history.


Chinese green tea* *Organically grown ingredient
Brewing Time Brewing Time 3'
Brewing Temperature Brewing Temperature 75 °C

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