* The introduction of Guiqing Variety is in most below.
Varied and mixed flavors on taste including woody, herbal and camphor like etc.
Thick and smooth and mellow.
Rich taste brings up soup like feelings.
Sweetness comes directly and goes through each sip.
Quite good on relaxing and soothing mind.
It is not must but if you wake up the tea a night before drinking like put it into a porcelain jar will be better on taste.
Chinese Gongfu style will be better ever steeped by porcelain or Yixing teapot is good enough.
Rinse it lightly and fast once or twice before drinking.
Introduction by ChatGPT on Guiqing Variety Liubao tea.
Guiqing is a special variety of Liu Bao tea, predominantly grown in the Liu Bao tea-producing areas of Wuzhou City in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, especially in the high mountain regions of this area. Guiqing is characterized by its raw material selection, which includes tender leaves and one-year-old tender branches, rather than just mature tea leaves.
The production process of Guiqing Liu Bao tea slightly differs from the traditional Liu Bao tea. It usually undergoes a more refined fermentation process, endowing the tea with a distinct aroma and flavor. This variety of tea presents a lighter soup color, appearing orange-yellow or orange-red, with a high and lasting fragrance, characterized by typical floral and fruity aromas and a unique, fresh, sweet taste.
As Guiqing is made from tender leaves and branches, its taste is generally more delicate and smooth compared to standard Liu Bao tea, while still retaining the unique aged aroma and distinctive flavor of Liu Bao tea. The quality of Guiqing Liu Bao tea largely depends on the selection of its raw materials and the precision of its production process. Due to its unique quality and taste, Guiqing holds a significant position in the world of Liu Bao tea and is favored by many tea enthusiasts.