Huang Cha, literally meaning “yellow tea" in Chinese, is one of China's six types of tea. Yellow is similar to green teas, except that it requires the additional “Menhuang" processing stage, Menhuang means “sealed yellowing," during which the leaf is piled, then covered or wrapped, and kept damp at temperatures between 77°F and 95°F until it turns yellow. Yellow tea has a history of more than 2,000 years.

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