- Harvest: 2023
- Origin: Zunyi, Guizhou, China
- Caffeine: 40~50mg / Cup (~5oz) – Low Caffeinated
- Grade: Supreme ★★★★☆
- Flavor: Insipidity
- Brew Ratio : 1: 40 ~ 50
- Water Content: < 6%
- Expired Date: 18 Months
- Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature;
What is Meitan Cuiya Tea and its Health Benefits?
The story of Meiitan Cuiya, formerly known as “Mei Jiang tea”, is one that has been passed down through the ages. This ancient beverage was created in 1943 and since then it’s had 70 years’ worth of history! It’s oblate dried leaves from Guizhou province; China where they process these delicate teas using manual techniques before drying them at low temperatures. This is an important step as it removes the moisture within the tea leaves. The result after this process? Well, you can enjoy all of its great qualities which make Meiitan Cuiya an authentic product!
After the drying process is complete, the tea is compressed into small cakes. This is where the name “Mei Jiang” comes from which means “beautiful river.” The reason why it was named after a river is because of the unique way that the tea leaves are shaped. They look like little fish swimming in a stream! The taste of these fish is fit for a king. Every time you bite into one of them, Meiitan Cuiya releases a rich and complex flavor that never ceases to amaze! It’s a supreme experience that allows the consumer to relax all while enjoying a full-bodied tea.
With its high quality and exquisite taste, it’s no wonder why Mei Jiang tea has been around for so long! If you’re looking for a delicious and unforgettable tea to enjoy, be sure to try Meiitan Cuiya!
Meitan Cuiya Tea Health Benefits
The top benefits of Meitan Cuiya tea are weight loss management and prevention of cancer and heart ailments.
The herb has potent antioxidant properties that can also prevent genetic damage due to free radicals in our bodies but it’s not all good news: there was some animal testing when they tested the extract on rats which caused stomach ulcers so make sure you check with your doctor before taking supplements or medications containing Meitian Cuiya (especially if they have other drugs prescribed).
The other great thing about Meitan Cuiya tea is that it’s a natural diuretic so it can help with fluid retention and bloating. It’s also great for improving digestion and preventing constipation. So if you’re looking for an all-around health tonic, Meitian Cuiya tea is definitely worth considering.
How to make Meitan Cuiya tea?
Step 1. Generally, scoop 3~5g Meitan Cuiya tea leaves for every 150ml (5oz) of water, and slowly slide them into a cup or Gaiwan.
Step 2. The water temperature should be around 80~85º C (176~185℉).
Step 3. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves, and wait for about 1~2 minutes then serve as 1st infusion.
Step 4. Leave 1/3 tea soup when finish serving. Pour water again and Steep for 3~4 minutes for 3rd~4th infusion.