The tea leaves show a medium to high roasting level and we can find layers of fruity and flowery aromas behind the toastiness.
In mouth, the leaves deliver a rounded tea liquor with a medium to thick body. The quite low level of sweetness with some good minerality will be a good match for some caramel, chocolate, and walnut muffins or a chocolate and walnut brownie.
After only a couple of brews, the typical flowery aromas will pass from the the back to the front stage and the tea will last quite some brews gong fu style. We suggest to use a Xiao Hong Ni Yixing teapot to brew this authentic wuyi oolong tea.
Origine: Fu Jian province Harvesting area: Wu Yi Shan Plantation altitude: ~600 above sea level Harvesting: Spring 2022 Tea varietal: Shui Xian Certification: EU-compliant