KuabCha Tea is a Hmong tea plant in the Northern Part of Thailand

227

By Richard Wanglue

Chiangkhong, Thailand — KuabCha tea is Hmong original plant tea in the Northern part of Thailand.  The tea plant field filled with 100 acre land with extensive care using nature technique by Kuab Lug Cag Yang, the founder and original plant of KuabCha tea.

"We pick tea every 45 days and in the morning only to get the quality tea…" said Kuab Lub Cag Yang.

Kuab Lug Cag said that there are certain techniques to drink tea to be effective.  One of the technique is to pour the tea into a cup and cover it with a long cup.  Wait for a few second and take out the long cup and breath in the humidy from the long cup.  Repeat it several times and then drink the actual tea from the cup (Wait to see SHIBC exclusive coming up soon).{sidebar id=1}

KuabCha tea is a well known tea drink by many Hmong in the Hmong community in the United States.

Stay tune to watch Suab Hmong Broadcasting exclusive interviewed Kuab Lug Cag Yang, the founder and original plant of KuabCha tea, which will be broadcasted at the end of April 2012.