Made from Tie Guan Yin and Huang Jin Gui, this half a century old hybrid has a short history. It has always remainded quite elusive on the market for the profit of Wu Yi oolong tea such as Da Hong Pao, Rou Gui, and Shui Xian. Traditionally processed with a medium charcoal roasting, the tea shows good depth with a full bodied tea liquor and high aromas of yellow flower. A good Wu Yi oolong tea to age.
Origine: Fu Jian province Harvesting area: Wu Yi Shan Plantation altitude: ~600 above sea level Harvesting: Spring 2019 Tea varietal: Jin Mu Dan Certification: EU-compliant
Teaware: Qing Shui Ni, Duan Ni, Hei Ni Water temperature: 90-95C Storage: Drink now, aged for 5 years or more Food pairing: Banana bread