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The Enchanting Tea Break at Alila Anji, Zhejiang


This holiday, use up more of your energy in an enriching and enchanting nature-surrounded experience by joining Anji White Tea harvest time at Alila Anji Zhejiang.

Located at the peaceful hillside of Tian Fu Lake and surrounded magnificently by bamboo groves and tea plantation, Alila Anji is inviting pleasure seekers an undisturbed holiday experience. This spring, Alila Anji packs the Anji White Tea harvesting season comfortably with an inclusion of tea picking while you still get to enjoy the Alila Experience.

Unlike its name, Anji White Tea is actually processed as a green tea, and has borrowed its name from the shiny white of its buds with a touch of green. The tea leaves are harvested by hand with special skill and care before the colour gets darken and processed using traditional methods. The dried liaves show a fresh, clean and floral fragrance that perfectly matches the tea’s fresh and delicate taste. It is best made using cool water and even better with spring water to preserve the flavour. Also described as liquid silk, Anji White Tea that has been prepared correctly will show light apple green colour and extremely rich umami taste in your mouth.

This season Alila Anji is benefitting the moment for guests to experience Anji White Tea picking process accompanied why their Leisure Concierge. Walk through the countryside to a nearby tea plantation and feel like a local farmer when you learn deeper about tea. Farmers around you will show the skill of tea plucking and the whole process from making Anji White Tea from leaves to cups.

Available around March to May 2018, Anji White Tea Picking programme is priced at USD25++ per person for the tea harvesting experience and USD 40++ for extra 50g white tea to take away. Book one week in advance to secure your tour by clicking www.alilaanji.cn/2585-2 or fore more seasonal offer, please visit www.alilaanji.con/spring-to-go-out/ during this Spring festivities.