Sourced from the esteemed Jinzhu Mountain within the JingGu tea region, this tea is cultivated at an altitude of approximately 2000 meters. The area is characterized by a lush wilderness that seamlessly integrates with the tea trees, typifying the essence of ‘Jing Gu’ tea.
This tea stands out as a classic example of WILD TEA within our collection. It features a direct and robust bitterness, distinctively different from other varieties like LaoManEr or ManXingLong. Despite years of aging, the inherent wildness of this tea remains strikingly evident.
Aging and Brewing Notes:
The tea has been well-aged, enhancing its depth and complexity. For an optimal tasting experience, it is recommended to start with lighter infusions. As the brewing progresses, the tea’s full range of enjoyable flavors will gracefully unfold.
Guangzhou Natural Storage.