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2012 Zhengyan Nonpareil Bai Ji Guan(White Cockscomb), Light-roasted

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Bai Ji Guan is one of the four famous varietals of Wuyi rock tea. Due to its tea tree variety reason, it is really hard to make good taste Bai Ji Guan, as it requires extremely high making-techniques to process this tea to get good aroma & taste. If the tea-makers skill is not so experienced & good, then the whole batch of tea will become rubbish. Hence, there is not so many tea-makers process this tea; that is why it is really hard to source high quality Bai Ji Guan.

Our this Bai Ji Guan is from Zhengyan area in Wuyishan; carefully-picked one bud with two leaves; this tea enjoys very sweet & soft taste, with a hint of fruity feeling after sipping the tea liquid. Very rare & high quality Bai Ji Guan and is worthy to try.

All of our Wuyi rock tea is baked extremely slowly by charcoal; as the tea breathe under the air, the charcoal aroma will disappear slowly and the tea’s original taste and aroma will come out after 2- 3 infusion.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bai_Jiguan_tea

Harvest time: 2011 spring

Shelf time: 3 years, under cool & dry place

Shape: tight bar shaped tea leaves

Dried tea color: yellowish-green color

Aroma: fruity & flower aroma

Taste: freshness, softness, sweetness with hint of fruit & honey taste in liquid.

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