Using selected tea materials from both Bao Shan and Si Mao (now Pu Er) tea regions according to refined blend recipe.
Tight and neat tea threads with great appearance.
Refreshing taste with fruity and floral tea flavor.
Clear tea liquor color with brightness.
Good Huigan along with saliva producing.
Lingering tea flavor in mouth.
Soothing and relaxing.
Guangzhou natural storage.
This recipe was initiated in 1959 year and the 1st product was made for commemoration of 10th year of "people republic of China". But it had been not published year by year after that till 2000 year, Xia Guan tea factory recovered this recipe and production. There is some difference on wrapper and package etc, but the recipe and quality are all the same according to XG.
This was a fair tea to my palate. Similar to the other XiaGuan teas I've had, there is a nice smokiness that, in this case, is balanced pleasantly with cinnamon and vanilla. It is not the most stand-out tea I've ever had, but it's easy enough to reach for when you want to enjoy an unchallenging brew.