This tea is crafted from leaves of old trees located in both the old and new Ban Zhang villages.
It is hand-processed by local tea farmers using traditional methods.
The tea threads are tight, fat, and strong.
The tea liquor is clear, dense, and bright, indicative of its quality.
The taste is thick with an initial bitterness and some astringency, which withdraws quickly.
A honey-like Huigan (returning sweetness) is prominent, and the tea is effective in stimulating saliva production, lingering for a long time in the mouth.
The Chaqi (body feeling) is notably strong.
Highly recommended for both seasoned and new tea drinkers looking to enhance their tea experiences.
Naturally stored in Guangzhou, this tea has been carefully aged to enhance its unique characteristics.
Based on its qualities, we confidently identify this as a “Ban Zhang” tea, a distinction recognizable to us as tea sellers.
Really quite nice, no obvious storage flavor or smell, but already well aged. Qi is there and good HuiGan.