Ancient Artisan Baked Heart Green Tea

Over 200 years ago, Tea Master Kai Wei's ancestors planted these very special, now ancient tea trees that produce his high-quality Bi Luo Chun green tea. His family secret of making artisan, handmade green tea has been passed down since then for generations. Growing at elevations between 6,000-7,200+ feet on Dali Wuliang Mountain, this tea hand-picked, sun-dried, and then hand-rolled using their family secret, resulting in an Ancient Baked Heart, unlike any other green tea we’ve ever tasted. His family takes pride in the fact that their farm is considered an "ecological" tea farm, i.e., only growing organic teas in a sustainable way that preserves the environment. This is a very rare tea and in very limited supply.

2020 Spring

Our Ancient Baked Heart tea grows around 5000-6000+ feet high on Wu Liang Mountain, where it receives tremendous sunlight year-round. It is then dried and stored loosely as to not break the short to medium sized dark and twisted leaves. This tea has a liquor which is light, golden green with a medium body, notes of toasted rice and wildflowers. One cup can be brewed up to 5-6 times.

This tea has multiple health benefits ranging from anti-cancer, anti-aging, to lowering blood pressure and even can clear bad breath. It is a cooling tea so it is especially great if you have been eating fried foods which are heating for the body. Also, a good summertime tea to cool off from the heat.*

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

* Toasted Rice & Wild Flowers Aroma

Green Tea

Dali, Yunnan, China.

Heart & Small Intestine


Focused & Relax


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stephen s.
United States United States

Yummy green tea!

A Gift From Nature

I have tried many different Japanese and Chinese green tea types before but this is a very unique tea. For me, it combines the taste of a steamed Sencha tea and baked Chinese tea. The liqour color is light green and crystal clear. If you have perception like green teas have bitter taste, just try this tea and you will completely change your mind. The leaves are rolled for getting more juiciness and flavor. One more thing that i like most is, the background of the tea, the local farmer and brewing instructions are written on the tea boxes. Thank you WildTeaQi Team!