Giang Pang Snow Shan Tea is recognized as a Vietnam Heritage Tree population
On September 23, in Giang Pang village, Sung Do commune, Van Chan district (Yen Bai province), the Vietnam Association for Nature and Environment Protection announced, awarded a decision and recognized the population of Vietnamese heritage trees. Southern Snow Shan tea for Sung Do commune, Van Chan district.
A population of 100 old Snow shan tea trees in Giang Pang and Lang Manh hamlets, Sung Do commune, Van Chan district grows naturally.
Many old tea trees have a root diameter of 0.8-1.2 meters, it takes 1 to 2 people to hug. The area of distribution is over 70 hectares, located at an altitude of over 1,600 meters to 2,000 meters above sea level, belonging to the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, where it is cool, moist and foggy, cloudy all year round.
Sung Do snow Shan tea is a rare and precious gift from nature for people in Sung Do highland commune.
Snow Shan tea trees and Mong Sung Do ethnic minority people are compared to trees with forests, water and streams. Sung Do ancient Shan tea tree population is considered an invaluable asset for Mong people in Sung Do.
Over hundreds of years old, the ancient Shan tea forest, along with the natural landscape and the uniqueness of the Mong people in Sung Do, will be an ecotourism and discovery destination for tourists.
Since then, opening a new development direction for people in Sung Do in particular and Van Chan district in general.
At AVPA Teas of the World Competition, presented at the Salon Gourmet Selection food show in Paris! , the Giang Pang snow shan tea by artisan Nguyen Cao Son also received a big prize at AVPA Paris 2019: the tea product:
Gourmet medal (World Impression Award):
– GOLDEN TIGER : Puer Shan Tuyet Co Thu Giang Pang Sung Do Van Chan Yen Bai 1 bud 2 leaves
– GREEN SNAKE : Green Tea Shan Tuyet Ancient Giang Pang, Sung Do, Van Chan, Yen Bai 1 bud 1 leaf