The most important purpose behind starting Wild Tea Qi was to help you – tea lovers from around the world – have access to real organic tea that is unavailable anywhere else. Sadly, too many companies "claim" organic for higher prices, but really only sell factory-produced, chemical-laden teas.
Therefore, to honor your choice to live healthily and benefit the earth, beginning today we are going to be showing through video documentaries and in-depth blog posts every single detail of how we source and produce our teas. For example, you can click here or below to watch the trailer of WTQ co-founder Shana's most recent trip sourcing our new limited-supply Ancient Artisan Black Tea from 500 to 800-year ancient tea trees.
When you choose Wild Tea Qi, it means you are actively choosing to support the environment and the few true tea artisans left in the world who not only grow sustainable tea, but also help spread such amazing, spiritual tea culture. Now, you can enjoy seeing where these teas come from!
This truly artisanal black tea comes from ancient trees anywhere from 500 to 800 years old. Its aroma begins fruity and ends floral, while its taste maintains both with increasing sweetness. This rare small-vintage is in limited supply, and it's a perfect tea can be aged indefinitely if stored in an environmentata stable temperature, dry, no direct sunlight. Over time the value can increase significantly creating a wonderful investment. The flavors will change and health benefits increase exponentially. Consider ordering some of this fabulous tea today!
Black tea has known medicinal qualities that aid in sharpening concentration, lower cholesterol, relieve diarrhea, fight tooth decay, and much more. Black tea stimulates circulation to the brain without overstimulating the heart, as black tea has less caffeine than coffee. The high tannins in black tea have a therapeutic effect on gastritis and other gastrointestinal diseases, and can even relieve diarrhea. To reap the full benefits of this effect, brew it strong (but not bitter) and don’t use any sweetener. Furthermore, natural fluoride is found in black tea which helps fight tooth decay. Finally, theophylline in black tea helps improve cholesterol levels, while it can also increase metabolism thereby aiding in weight management.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
I didn’t even really like black teas that much until I had this tea and now this is one of my favorites. I love it after breakfast to improve my digestion and to fire me up for the day.
The smell is almost as good as the taste!
Just WOW!! The biggest and thickest ancient leaves i have seen so far. As a result you get a rich and unique flavor. You can immediately tell the wild tea tree differences by looking at these leaves. You can brew it may times and the aroma is still there. I have both tried the gong fu and western type of brewing for this tea. After experiencing this, I don't think i can be satisfied with any other black tea.
This black tea is very rich and we can taste quite easily the flavors of chocolat and coconut and a little bit of nuts.
Once of the best that I had the opportunity to taste so far.
And if you do it in a Lao Tuz Gaiwan, it is even more enjoyable.