Yellow Tea: the sun in a cup

We begin the new year discovering one of the less known but more surprising varieties of tea.
Historians suggest that the first traces of production of this particular tea are to be found in the Tang period (618-907) but it is only during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) that Yellow Tea starts to be present on the market in a more capillary manner. The methods and techniques for producing Yellow Tea were rather laborious and complex, so much so that it is said that only a few Tea masters possessed the knowledge and skills to make them.
Rich in antioxidants and theobromine, a natural stimulant of the brain, these teas have a unique flavor, fresh but lightly toasted, reminiscent of melon, hazelnut and chocolate.
Those who do not like the vegetal notes of green tea and want a poor tea in the teina, will be pleasantly surprised by the roundness of the yellows.

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