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White Monkey - Loose Leaf

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Speciality green tea, from Fujian’s Wuyi Mountain in China. From experiencing the floral aroma to watching the silvery-green, tippy buds unfurl in hot water, to sipping the uplifting, pale gold liquor, a cup of White Monkey is a rare pleasure. This unusually light one bud and two leaves green tea derives its name from the way its leaves look like monkey paws. Plucked and processed entirely by hand, it is fresh, mellow, sweet and fragrant.


100% Pure Green Tea grown only on Fujian’s Wuyi Mountain in China.

The name White Monkey (also known as Snow Jade rabbit) draws on the fuzzy streaks of down on the leaves, akin to monkey paws and legends of monks who used to train animals to picked the most top leaves from the massive tea trees that used to grow wild in the region.

Typical values per 100g: Energy;1 kcal; fat 0g (saturated fat 0g); carbohydrates 0.3g; Protein 0g; salt 0.003g; Potassium 0.0037g; Caffeine 20mg
Lifestyle: This product is suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians.
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Quiet, sweet aroma, playful balanced starch notes with a velvet texture. Infuse for 2-3 minutes in water well below boiling (70-85°C) be careful to not over infuse on the water too hot!

One of the landmarks on Fujian’s Wuyi Mountain where the term comes from, Jade Maiden Peak, resembles a slender girl. Legend says the Jade Maiden left heaven to live on Wuyi Mountain, falling in love with Dawang, an earthly king. The Iron Slab Demon told the furious Jade Emperor of her whereabouts, and the Jade Maiden, Dawang and the demon were all turned into mountains.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Best green tea ever

Best green tea ever

This tea has a refreshing, delicate and sweet flavour that I highly recommend you try

After trying this tea for the first time, I knew it was good it has the aroma and taste that make Taiwanese oolongs special!