Arbor tree materials from Gua Feng Zhai village and pressed by stone mill with some looseness.
Large and strong tea threads with tightness and great appearance after aged so many years.
Sweetness like mountain spring water.
Resilient and soothing tea flavor.
Good variation from aftertaste.
Minor bitterness and astringency.
Soft, smooth and wide spread mouth feeling.
Well recommended for both old and new tea drinker.
Guangzhou natural storage.
(When you steep it, you can separate each tea thread from others using bare hands to make the tea be steeped more evenly. Though this is not recommended or permitted by old and traditional tea drinkers who try to avoid more touch of bare hands or tea vibration. But you can have a comparison to learn more about the difference on steeping)
This one is smooth and accessible, but you can get some nice bite/astringency if you push it a bit or brew grandpa style. Good daily drinker—I’ve sampled twice and may get a cake.