Cloud Pass - Organic Wild Harvested White Tea
Cloud Pass - Organic Wild Harvested White Tea Cloud Pass - Organic Wild Harvested White Tea Cloud Pass - Organic Wild Harvested White Tea Cloud Pass - Organic Wild Harvested White Tea
£24.00
A subtle, fruity and meadow-sweet tea which delights the senses with a pale orange liquor. As clean, light and refreshing to body and mind as the mist on a high mountain pass.

A subtle, fruity and meadow-sweet tea which delights the senses with a pale orange liquor. As clean, light and refreshing to body and mind as the mist on a high mountain pass.

Flavour Sweet, fruity with a creamy mouthfeel and dry finish.
Character

Gently warming. Refreshing. Enlivening.

A delicate tea with a delicate nature. Ideal for gently enlivening the mind and body. May bring pleasing sensations of warmth and flow to the chest, head and limbs. Cold brewed it is extremely refreshing and moistening.

Origin Cloud Pass is a rare organic, wild-harvested white tea grown in the mountains of Northern Vietnam. It’s sweet, subtle taste belies a living tea bursting with vitality which reflects the rich, clean environment in which it has been grown.
Quantity 30g (54p per serving)

Brewing Guide

Cloud Peak should ideally be made with cooler water - about 80. It can also be cold brewed. For cold brewing with cold or room temperature water reduce the amount of tea leaves to 1 teaspoon (2g) per 300 ml.

The traditional way to make living tea is to use a small pot with a generous amount of leaves. The leaves are then used for multiple, short infusions. Living tea made this way brings out all of its taste, vibrancy and complexity.

  Tea Temperature Time Infusions
Quicker (100ml) 1tbsp 80-90⁰C 45-60 secs 5-6

Kyusu (250ml)

1tbsp 80-90⁰C 60-90 secs 5-6
Travel Flask (300ml) 1tbsp 80-90C 90-120 secs 5-6
Cold Brew (300ml) 1 tsp Cold 2-24hours 2-3

 

Practitioner Notes

Regulates the Upper Jiao. Nourishes Lung Yin. Moistens Dryness AND Dries Fluids (see below)

The energetic nature of Cloud Pass is the perfect example of the alchemical nature of a living tea. Brewed at a lower temperature (anywhere from 10 - 80) it brings fluids, moisture and cooling to the Upper Jiao.

Brewed at a higher temperature (85-95) its nature changes and it becomes more Warming, Drying and Dispersing. This unique energetic characteristic of Cloud Pass is the source of its name - the morning mist of a high mountain pass is cooling, condensed and refreshing, yet as soon as the sun emerges and the temperature rises in the mist begins to disperse.

 

Nature Neutral - Warm
Movement Gathering OR Dispersing
Element Metal