The Journey of Tea

The Heart of Dong Ding Oolong Tea: Exploring the Origins of Yoshantea and Persimmon Red

The Heart of Dong Ding Oolong Tea: Exploring the Origins of Yoshantea and Persimmon Red

As we enter the season of立秋 (Li Qiu) - the beginning of autumn, what comes to mind? Is it the changing temperature, seasonal fruits, or delicious food? Autumn slowly brings a hint of chill in the air, and the plump, ripe persimmons remind me of the origins of the color Persimmon Red associated with Yoshantea.

Now, let's delve into the color known as "Persimmon Red" and its significance in the world of Yoshantea.

When we initially chose Persimmon Red as the primary color, we pondered the essence of Yoshantea. What impression does it leave on you when you think of Yoshantea? What matters most to both the tea connoisseurs and the consumers who appreciate a fine cup of tea?

The ripening of persimmons, from the vibrant green to the mature reddish hue, mirrors the oxidation and fermentation process of green tea, oolong tea, and black tea. Just like the deep and rich flavor of fully ripened persimmons, Dong Ding Oolong Tea offers a similar depth of taste. The serene shades of Persimmon Red represent our dedication to crafting tea for those who truly cherish it.

From the foundation of tea processing at Yoshantea to the essence of oolong tea, we have nurtured and cultivated with utmost care. We share this beauty of tea from the bottom of our hearts. By establishing a brand that truly understands the art of making oolong tea, the unforgettable impression of Persimmon Red lingers in your memory. The next time you encounter this color, you will undoubtedly reminisce about your Yoshantea Tea experience.

Drinking a well-balanced tea is gentle on the stomach, just like the perfectly ripened persimmons. It's just right in terms of color, sweetness, and flavor – a reflection of the heartfelt intentions behind the Yoshantea brand, leaving you with a warm feeling inside.