The tea is grown at an altitude of 700 meters in the beautiful Wu Yi National Park. The name of the cultivar is Huang Mei Gui and means yellow rose. The tea is characterized by a floral tone. The tea was hand picked in spring 2020 and is produced according to traditional methods of roasting in baskets of charcoal that gives the tea an aromatic roasted flavor and a storability for several years.
Wu Yi is the origin of a variety of high quality teas. Teas have grown for a very long time in Wu Yi region and is believed to be the origin of both black tea and oolong tea.
Wu Yi Mountains, Fujian China
Deep scent of roasting with hints of bloom. The taste is deep, with a balanced complex flavor.
- use about 6 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep in 1 minute.
- use about 3 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep in 1 minute.
Second steeping 1.5 minutes, third steeping increase the time to 2 minutes. Make sure the temperature of the water does not drop, tastes evolve with heat.
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