7582, a tea blend produced after 1980, became a staple in its lineup. However, in 1985, production briefly ceased due to the Hong Kong-based NAN TIAN TRADING company’s preference for the 8582 blend, which incorporated more stems than the 7582 recipe. It wasn’t until the late 1990s that 7582 saw sporadic production once again.
This tea is known for its tightly rolled, strong threads made from higher-grade leaves, including some huang pian (yellow leaves), and is adorned with young buds and tiny leaves.
The dry leaves exude a smoky aroma, offering a medium level of both bitterness and strength.
The taste is a harmonious balance of bitterness and sweetness, with each flavor complementing the other well, alongside a noticeable astringency.
As the tea session progresses, the huigan (returning sweetness) and saliva production intensify, culminating in a fruity flavor that emerges in the middle of the session, showcasing the typical blending style of Dayi tea.
Ideal for everyday consumption, this tea is stored naturally in Guangzhou, contributing to its unique characteristics.