This tea is made from old tree materials sourced from Wu Liang Mountain in the Jing Gu tea region.
The tea threads are tight and strong, with a consistent quality on both the outer and inner sides.
The tea liquor is clear and bright, indicative of its purity. Its taste is mellow and smooth, showcasing well-aged tea characteristics.
There’s only a slight, almost negligible bitterness and astringency.
The resilience of this tea sets it apart from the softness typical of Yiwu teas.
It lacks the strong flavor associated with Bulang teas and doesn’t possess the rock flavor characteristic of Mengku teas.
The sweetness of this tea is complex, lingering in the aftertaste, enveloping the tongue, spreading into the throat, and lasting long.
Highly recommended for both seasoned and new tea drinkers.
Naturally stored in Guangzhou, this tea has been aged under ideal conditions to enrich its distinct properties.