Selected tea materials from 3 famous tea regions including Ban Zhang, Yi Wu and Jing Mai.
Both Ban Zhang and Yi Wu tea are good at strength though from different appearance.
Ban Zhang's strength can be felt on both new tea and aged tea though there is still slight difference.
Round and thick disc cake has relatively looseness which leads to easy prying.
Large, tight tea threads with aged characters.
Clear tea liquor color with brightness.
Rich in taste with smoothness and mellowness.
Light bitterness and astringency. (I can't help repeating this statement that Ban Zhang tea doesn't mean bitter tea or just strong flavor tea though it has a near neighbor Lao Man Er which has strong bitterness, strong flavor and strong Cha Qi. )
Variated and colorful taste has some complexity due to this blend recipe but interesting and it brings more enjoyment.
Great on Huigan and saliva producing.
Much recommended for improving tea experience to old tea drinkers.
Guangzhou natural storage.
* Yi Wu tea may be not felt on new tea but the inner strength comes stronger and stronger along with aging especially on aged tea. You may just notice the strength when you already fell into tea drunk.
Surely this is from personal tea experience and the most important things on tea are enjoyment including but not limited to body relaxing, soothing mind, pleasant taste etc. instead of tea drunk or strength.