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Huoshan Huangya
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TypeYellow

Other namesHuo Mountain Yellow Sprout
OriginAnhui Province, China

Quick descriptionRefreshing bamboo-like fragrance.

Huoshan Huangya tea is grown in Anhui province, China
Huoshan Huangya tea is grown in Anhui province, China

Huoshan Huangya tea (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: 霍山; pinyin: huòshān huángyá; pronounced [xwô.ʂán xwǎŋ.jǎ]) is a yellow tea from Huoshan County of Anhui Province in China. It is an imperial tribute tea, that dates back to the Ming Dynasty. The dry tea leaves have a shiny appearance and are very similar to Huang Shan Mao Feng tea. This tea is usually harvested in early April, and only includes cuttings with one bud and one leaf, or one bud with two unopened leaves. When steeped, the tea has a very sweet and nutty taste as well as an unusual green-yellow color. As with most bud teas, the color and fragrance are slight.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Huo Shan Huang Ya (Chinese Yellow Tea)". Chinese Tea Info. 2019-08-18. Retrieved 2019-12-19.