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Folded Mountain Green Tea
Folded Mountain
Folded Mountain
Folded Mountain
Folded Mountain Green Tea
Folded Mountain Green Tea
Folded Mountain Green Tea

Folded Mountain

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A wild first flush green tea from Jiangxi, Mainland China

A deliciously satisfying wild green tea from northeast Jiangxi province. Hand-picked, gently processed and only lightly toasted, this sweetly nutty tea offers captivating notes of orchid and fresh bread notes.

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Green Tea


First flush

Taste Profile

Sweet and nutty with
freshly-baked bread notes


Jiangxi, Mainland China

Food Pairing

Fresh cheeses, meaty white fish,

Picked by hand

Multi award winning

Obal 2021 award x 2
World Packaging awards 2021

Folded Mountain, China

While most teas come from carefully managed gardens, this tea offers something different. We tried quite a few Jiangxi green teas, but it was this unique example that we just had to share. The leaves are harvested from wild-growing tea bushes in the remote mountain valleys near the border of Jiangxi and Anhui provinces in eastern China. They are picked by local tea foragers, the only people who really know these isolated areas. Growing in valleys shrouded by cloud and mists for much of the year, the tea leaves have a distinct complexity that is captured beautifully in this tea.

Early each morning in late March, local tea foragers head deep into the misty valleys of northeast Jiangxi to pick leaves from the wild and uncultivated tea bushes. Our Fuliang tea master Mr Yirong Hu told us that when the foragers return in the late afternoon, their freshly harvested leaves inside small hessian bags, they have this sort of beatific smile on their faces. Yirong says the sight of them always lifts his spirits, reminding him of how important it is to keep this ancient wild tea tradition alive.


    Neatly twisted grey-green needles with a silvery edge
  • AROMA:

    Orchid flowers, sweet blanched nuts and fresh bread

  • TASTE:

    Naturally sweet with complex floral and bread-like nuances



  • 2 TPS

  • 90ºC

  • 3 MINS


This is our recommended brewing guide, but by all means adjust to your own taste.

  1. Warm your teapot and cups with boiling water.
  2. Discard the water and add two level teaspoons of tea to your pot.
  3. Add 200ml / 7oz water (i.e. one teacup or small mug) at 90°C / 194°F. If you don't have a thermometer, let the boiled kettle sit for four minutes.
  4. Place the lid on the pot and steep for three minutes. Stir, then strain the tea into your cup.
  5. To re-steep the leaves, repeat steps 3–5 (up to three times).
Makes one cup. For more, add an extra teaspoon per person and multiply the amount of water accordingly.
Always use freshly-drawn and, where possible, filtered water.