(6 customer reviews)

432 /50g

Lord of Old Tea in Bitter Gourd

  • Place, Date of Production: China, Fujian Province
  • Type: Aged Southern Fujian Oolong
  • Appearance: Glossy dark chocolate-colored tea leaves, tightly rolled into spherical pellets, tea enclosed in the shell of a bitter gourd
  • Aroma: Cozy aroma of warm rye bread crust, with a light oily nutty shade
  • Taste: Deep, smoky, coffee-like, viscous and bitter, roasted
  • Aftertaste: Long with spicy-chocolate notes
  • Liquor Color: Amber
  • Most Suitable Brewing Vessel: Glass or ceramic gaiwan, thin-walled clay teapot
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The tea surprises from the first moments with its appearance. Unusual, yet very pleasant and memorable. Cozy aroma of warm rye bread crust, with a light oily nutty shade.

Ku Gua Lao Cha Wan – Aged Pumpkin Oolong Ku Gua Lao Cha Wan is an elite oolong, prepared using a relatively new original technology by Fujian tea masters. Its production is based on the traditional method of making oolongs – teas that possess a variety of taste nuances, exquisite aromas, and abundance of states cherished by their enthusiasts. However, unlike the usual method of processing aged oolongs (sealed in ceramic vessels at fixed temperature and humidity), Lao Cha Wan, for final processing, is placed in the shell of Ku Gua fruits.

Ku Gua, or Momordica charantia, is a vine, a popular tropical Asian vegetable with bitter fruits. Traditionally, this vegetable has been used in Chinese cuisine and medicine.

Nowadays, the benefits and taste nuances of this fruit are also utilized in the tea industry. To create Ku Gua Lao Cha Wan, the pulp of the fruit is removed, and the tea is placed inside the raw fruit shell. Now the juice of Ku Gua can properly blend with the tea ingredients and enrich it. After three years of joint aging under optimal temperature and humidity conditions, a tea is born that combines the power of the Old Master of Oolongs and the natural qualities of Ku Gua vine fruits.

6 reviews for Ku Gua Lao Cha Wan Aged Pumpkin Oolong (#360)

  1. Eng

    Лайтер

    Для мене схожий на Да Хун Пао. Настій дуже красивий, чистий. Сам чай оп’яняє. Смак як у темних улунах з ноткою гарбуза, який є й в ароматі. Сухий чай пахне неймовірно.

  2. Eng

    Kirill

    Мне на тёплый коньяк похож😁 Интересный чай и упаковка тоже. Удивил немного подачей своей, эту кожуру нужно вместе с чаем заваривать, она даёт вязкость и терпкость настою.

  3. Eng

    Алексей

    По китайской медицине Ку Гуа эффективно снижает давление, надо ее хорошенько добавить вместе с чаем. Лучше всего прямо отломить или отрезать часть и ее так и заварить)))

  4. Eng

    Алексей

    По китайской медицине эта тыква снижает давление а с чаем это просто бомба) надо ее класть вместе с чаем не жалея!

  5. Eng

    Алексей

    Интересное сочетание вкусов, трудно описать, сами попробуйте)))

  6. Eng

    Вадим Терехов

    один из самых необычных чаев, что мне доводилось встречать

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