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World’s Expensive and Rarest Teas

Let’s read about some rarest teas.

1. Da-Hong Pao Tea

Da-Hong Pao tea leaves are the world’s most expensive tea leaves, and a lot od  people are ready to pay millions of dollars to taste it. These Tea leaves are expensive because the tea leaf plant is rare and requires special care.

According to Chinese People   that Da-Hong Pao tea cures many diseases. When the Queen’s health deteriorated in the Pisces regime series, the Empress was cured of it, after which this king ordered the cultivation of Da-Hong Pao tea. This king always wore a red robe. Hence the name of this tea leaf is Da-Hong Pao which means long red.

2. PG Tips Diamond Tea Bag

PG Tips Diamond Tea was made by a British tea company. On the occasion of the 75th birthday of PG Tips, the company wanted to make it something very spectacular. For which decided to make Ultra Looks Diamond Tea.

During which this tea bag was prepared, and there are 280 diamonds attached to this tea bag. Also, it takes 3 months to make one teabag.

This diamond-encrusted tea bag costs approx. $15,000, and this small bag would have weighed a few grams.

3. Panda Dung Tea. 

It is prepared as the name suggests. You will find it a bit strange to know that it is not made from any common manure. Rather it is made from the excreta of the panda creature.

It may sound dirty, but this method is better than growing tea with chemical medicines.

This tea is cultivated in an area of ​​2.5 acres. A person named Yanchi first cultivated it and got its copyright in his name. Maybe that’s why the price of this tea today is $70,000 per kg.

4. Yellow Gold Tea Buds

This tea is grown in Singapore. The leaves of this tea are yellow and have a golden print on these leaves. This tea is considered good in terms of health, and the special thing is that the leaves of this tea are plucked only once a year.

 

Only one day is broken with gold scissors at a particular place. TWG Company has a lot of fans of tea, but due to limited stock, very few and lucky people get it. Maybe that’s why the cost of 1 kg is approx. $3,000+.

5.Poo Poo Pu-Erh Tea.

This tea is not prepared from the leaves, and neither does it have any plant. Some people may find it a bit strange to hear how it is made.

Because this tea tree is made with the help of insects found on plants, there the insects eat the tea leaves, and the part of those leaves fall down, and this tea is made by collecting them.

So, according to some people, Taiwanese farmers collect the feces of these insects and then make this tea. In Chinese Yunnan, it is sold for approx. $1,000 per kg.

Ramkishor Singh

Sunshine samay website administrator

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