In Vietnam, 1.5 hours north of Hanoi in Thai Nguyen province, a woman-run cooperative of 41 members (80% female) with small tea gardens, came together in the 90s with the goal of producing quality green tea. Once living in poverty, tea has transformed the lives of these families and this little village, allowing them to build better homes and safer roads. This woman-run operation is producing their high quality teas organically and with great pride for their land and cultivation.
It is from this collective effort that this energizing organic green tea emerges, with its sweet vegetal, slightly marine and smoky notes. For lovers of robust teas, Tan Huong is a green tea that will appeal to lovers of green tea, oolong, and even black teas.
Read more about the story of Tan Huong on our blog, here.
In the spirit of this incredible collective, we recommend using your spent leaves to flavor water for rice and noodles.
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