This tea is meticulously crafted using young buds and tiny leaves harvested in early spring from tea trees in both the old and new Ban Zhang villages.
The tea is known for its tightly compressed cake form, which exhibits a notable roundness, contributing to its aesthetic appeal and ease of storage.
The flavor profile of this tea is characteristic of Lao Man Er teas, marked by its distinct bitterness and robust strength.
These qualities are balanced by an excellent Hui Gan - the pleasant, sweet aftertaste that lingers post-bitterness.
The tea also excels in stimulating saliva production, enhancing the overall tasting experience.
Another standout feature is its richness in Cha Qi, the vital energy or essence that tea enthusiasts highly value. This quality gives the tea an invigorating, almost spiritual character.
Additionally, the lingering tea flavor ensures a lasting and memorable taste experience.
This tea is stored naturally in Guangzhou, utilizing the unique climatic conditions of the region to aid in its aging process.
This natural storage method enhances the tea's flavors and aromas, adding depth and complexity over time.