This tea is crafted primarily from first-grade early spring materials, featuring a high ratio of young buds and tiny leaves from the Ban Zhang tea region.
The tea threads are tight and neat, adorned with multiple tea hairs that have aged into a dark brown color.
Its taste is robust with a high level of bitterness.
A slight smoky flavor is intricately mixed with notes reminiscent of plum.
This blend offers a rich and round mouthfeel, and it is particularly notable for its significant saliva-inducing qualities.
The honey-like sweetness, characteristic of Huigan, adds to its allure.
Overall, the tea is thick, mellow, and leaves a lingering aftertaste that boasts good variations.
Naturally stored in Guangzhou, these leaves have matured beautifully, enhancing their unique properties.