Liupao tea has a history of more than 1500 years as a historical Chinese tea.
It is a postfermented tea originated from Liupao Township,Cangwu County,Wuzhou.
In Jiaqing years of the Qing Dynasty, it was appraised top 10 famous Chinese tea for it’s unique scent of betel nut,
and proudly served the royal families.
The main source of it’s raw materials used to produce ，Liupao tea came from local grandiflora tea trees.
It’s preliminary processing is through fermentation in pile, then steaming and baking pile,
followed by steaming and pressing, finally the aging procedures.
It is tight in shape, glossy black and brown in dry form but bright red in liquid form.
It tastes rich and mellow with a satisfying sweet and unique pure betel nut scent .
Four distinguishing features contribute to it’s popularity in China “red,rich and thick, aged and smooth.”