Monkey Picked Tie Guan Yin tea, Fujian province, China
In the Fujian province of southeastern China, you will meet terraced fields carved into the mountainsides. And this is here, 900 meters above the ocean, where our Oolong tea is harvested. The tea is slowly dried and oxidized, adding gentle floral notes. The high-altitude gives a sweet taste and along with the tea’s floral aroma and citrusy taste, it composes a perfect base for ARENSBAK White.
Gong Ting Palace, Shu Puerh tea, Yunnan province, China
The Shu Puerh tea grows at more than two thousands meters above sea level in the Yunnan province in the southwestern part of China. The leaves are picked from trees that are between 60 and 100 years old and have roots deep into the soil contributing with a unique regional character. Shu Puerh tea is smoked and fermented, and the tea itself is earthy, sweetish and with a hint of vanilla. An excellent foundation for ARENSBAK Red.
Wuniuzao Longjing, Zhejiang province, China
The Wuniuzao Longjing green tea is harvested at the foggy hilltops of the Zheijang province. The tea itself has a fresh and elegant taste with hints of flowers and dried grass, a touch of sweetness and dry final note. This tea makes the base of ARENSBAK Rosé and Effervescent.