Made from Gushu tea leaves from Pa Dian Village, Bu Lang Shan Town in Meng Hai County.
The location is indicated in red on the map below. It is situated south of Lao Ban Zhang and Lao Man Er, two famous spots.
This tea features a floral aroma mixed with a unique tea flavor.
The leaves are characterized by obvious silver hairs and are dark, long, and strong.
The rich taste spreads evenly throughout the mouth and deep into the throat, creating a film-like coating.
This tea offers strong chaqi (which, in this context, “Cha Qi” seems appropriately used) and leaves a lasting impression on the palate.
The brewed tea leaves are fat, thick, resilient, and tenacious.
This is a classical example of a Bulang mountain spring tea.
still in china, but some day I will be happy to hold it in my hands