Hue Royal Tea – Quintessence of Hue drink

Hue Royal Tea has been around for hundreds of years. Hue royal tea embodies the cultural and spiritual beauty of the Hue people.

It's called Hue Royal Tea because it's based on the Hue royals' tea-drinking and-enjoying etiquette. To meet the Yinyang guideline, the tea is produced using the royal way of choosing a precise time for "drying herbs till yellowish brown and dropping the dried herbs on the ground." The emperors of the Nguyen dynasty devoted close attention to maintaining strong physical and spiritual health in order to withstand the difficult climate and environment of the Phu Xuan area during the early years of the dynasty. As a result, the Emperor directed royal physicians to research and create various teas for health benefits.

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Hue Royal Tea is more than simply a cup of tea; it's a tonic. The pot of Royal Tea contains 16 natural herbs, including stevia, artichoke, chrysanthemum, jujube, chineseliquorice, star anise, Japanese pagoda-tree, dioscoreahamiltonii, codonopsisjavanica, jasmine, sicklepod, syzygiumnervosum, lotus embryo, goji, and bitter melon. The ingredients preserve their scent, taste, and quality despite numerous processes such as drying, blowing, grinding, and so on. There are several different types of Royal Tea, each of which is a medication. Tea for the elderly to help regulate blood pressure; tea for women to improve complexion; tea for youngsters to improve health; and even tea for diabetics or tea to help reduce tension, stress, and so on.

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Hue Royal Tea is, at its core, a great medicine that incorporates the effects of several herbs. Ingredients can be modified to match the appropriate amount depending on the user's purpose. From the time of selecting, to the manner of picking, to drying and soaking, to deciding whether to use rain water stored in a water jar or well water at a specified depth, each procedure necessitates painstaking preparation and adherence to stringent guidelines.

Regardless of how crowded traditional tea rooms are, many tourists visiting Hue make time to visit them. They can drink a pot of Royal Tea in the quiet, quaint, and ancient setting typical of Hue, just as it was under the Nguyen reign.

Leading addresses to buy royal tea in Hue:

Dr. Tea – 2/98 Nguyen Hue street
Duc Phuong Store – 24 Nguyen Hue street
De Nhat Danh Tra – 12 Nguyen Canh Chan street
Tra Dinh Vu Di – Cu Chanh – Thien An tourist attraction (Huong Thuy town)

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