Vietnam OP – Orange Pekoe
A unique blend of large tea leaves sourced from the lush tea gardens of Vietnam.
Vietnam OP offers a captivating fusion of flavours and aromas. This blend is characterized by its mild yet aromatic profile, making it a delightful choice for tea enthusiasts seeking a harmonious and soothing cup.
Enjoy the gentle notes of Vietnam OP as they gracefully unfold on your palate. The tea’s mildness is complemented by a subtle aromatic quality that infuses each sip with a sense of tranquility. As you reach the finish, you’ll experience a light tangy note that adds a refreshing twist to your tea-drinking experience.
Our Vietnam OP tea is carefully crafted from leaves grown in the verdant tea gardens of Vietnam. The blend captures the essence of this vibrant tea-producing region, offering a taste of its natural beauty and tea-making traditions.
A little about the tea insdustry in Vietnam:
Vietnam has a rich and growing tradition of tea cultivation, and its tea gardens are becoming increasingly recognized on the global stage. Here’s an overview of tea gardens in Vietnam:
- Geographic Diversity: Vietnam’s tea gardens are spread across various regions, each offering unique growing conditions and flavour profiles. Some of the notable tea-producing regions include Moc Chau in the north, Thai Nguyen in the northeast, and Lam Dong in the central highlands.
- Tea Types: Vietnam produces a wide range of teas, including green, black, oolong, white, and dark teas. Each region may specialize in specific tea types, depending on the climate and terrain.
- Climate: Vietnam’s diverse climate zones, from the cool highlands to the warmer lowlands, provide ideal conditions for tea cultivation. The varying elevations and temperatures contribute to the distinct characteristics of Vietnamese teas.
- Notable Varieties: Some of the notable Vietnamese tea varieties include Green Teas, Black Teas, Oolong Teas.
- Production Methods: Vietnamese tea gardens often employ traditional cultivation methods. Hand-picking of tea leaves is common, and some regions follow organic or sustainable farming practices.
- Export: Vietnam is one of the largest tea exporters globally, with tea being a significant agricultural commodity. Vietnamese teas are exported to various countries, including Russia, the United States, and the Middle East.
- Cultural Significance: Tea holds cultural importance in Vietnam, with traditional tea ceremonies and practices playing a role in daily life and social gatherings.
- Tourism: Some tea-growing regions in Vietnam, such as Moc Chau and Sapa, have also become tourist destinations. Visitors can tour tea plantations, witness tea processing, and enjoy scenic landscapes.
Overall, Vietnam’s tea gardens offer a diverse range of teas and contribute significantly to the country’s economy and cultural heritage. The country’s teas are gaining recognition for their quality and unique flavours, making Vietnamese tea an exciting part of the global tea industry.
10g, 50g, 100g, 500g, 1 KG
|Country of Origin
|Best time to drink
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
|Dietary & Lifestyle
No Added Sugar, No Almonds, No Gelatine, No Milk, No Nuts, No Soya
|Tea leaf strength
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