This tea is made from arbor tree materials from Gua Feng Zhai village and is uniquely pressed by a stone mill, allowing for some looseness.
The tea threads are large, strong, and exhibit tightness, which contributes to their great appearance after many years of aging.
The sweetness of the tea is reminiscent of mountain spring water.
It offers a resilient and soothing flavor, with a good variation emerging from the aftertaste.
There is only minor bitterness and astringency present.
The mouthfeel is soft, smooth, and spreads widely, making it an excellent choice for both seasoned and new tea drinkers.
Naturally stored in Guangzhou, this tea has been carefully aged to enhance its unique qualities.
(Note: When steeping, you can gently separate each tea thread with your hands for more even steeping. While this method is not traditionally recommended or practiced by old and traditional tea drinkers, who often avoid excessive touching or agitation of the tea, it can be an interesting experiment to compare the differences in steeping methods and learn more about the tea.)
I love JingLong shengs, they are a little bit similar in taste, but I like it. By the way, it is quite hard to find them except on Russian sites. jingLong sent a lot of their products to Russia at a time. I'm glad I could find JingLong on this site. Yesterday I tried this cake and was not disappointed. The taste was that I had expected. For me it is the real taste of Yiwu.
This one is smooth and accessible, but you can get some nice bite/astringency if you push it a bit or brew grandpa style. Good daily drinker—I’ve sampled twice and may get a cake.