Bach Long Giang Tea (Premium Green Tea) The Bach Long Giang tea line meets all the criteria for dry tea with a straight and beautiful appearance, tea leaves with three dominant colors of “white, green, and black.” When brewed, the tea has a green color, less astringent water, a light bitter taste and a deep sweet aftertaste, with the aroma of young rice.
The tea leaves after brewing are greenish-yellow, lightly crushed, with many intact tea buds. The ingredients are harvested from Xa Phin and Mo Phin villages, along the Suu stream at an altitude of 1,100m – 1,300m, in the West Con Linh range of Ha Giang province. The mountain range is formed by hundreds (Bach) of large winding peaks like dragons (Long). Bach Long Giang tea is produced by the Bach Shan tea village located at the foot of the West Con Linh range, adjacent to the Lo Giang River, in Ha (Giang) province.
This is also the starting point of the Song Lo River, which is connected to the Ban Long Giang River in Yunnan Province, China.