This tea was collaboratively produced by Jia Mu Tea Company and San Tai Lao Hao Tea Company.
It uses early spring tea leaves harvested from an ancient tea plantation at an altitude of around 2,000 meters in Bai Ying Mountain.
Although Bai Ying Mountain is part of Wu Liang Mountain, it is located in the Lin Cang tea region, categorizing this as a Lin Cang region tea rather than a Pu Er region tea.
The tea threads are tight and neat, adorned with multiple tea hairs.
The tea liquor is clear with a bright appearance. In terms of taste, it offers a smooth mouthfeel with a rich texture.
The flavor is well-balanced and refreshing, with a noticeable roundness.
This tea is particularly good in terms of Huigan (returning sweetness) and saliva production.
It has light to minor bitterness and astringency.
The lingering mouthfeel is satisfying and memorable.
This tea is more than just a daily drink; it’s also friendly to newcomers or those who don’t prefer strong tea flavors.
Naturally stored in Guangzhou, the tea has been aged under optimal conditions to enhance its unique qualities.