This Dancong black tea is made by very skillful tea farmer from the Baiye tea trees with age around 80 years old, from Wudong mountain in Fenghuang town, Chaozhou city.
Smell from the dry leaves, it enjoys very honey & floral aroma; after brewing, the wild floral honey aroma comes out quickly to the nose; soft, delicate, sticky tea taste with no bitterness or astringency at all, with lingering after taste sweetness, smooth & deep throat feeling.
Tips: for all high mountain Wudong Dancong tea, it all enjoys very delicate tea liquid; after several repeated infusions, the tea leaves are still twisted and has not opened yet, which is a sign of tea from high mountain & made by skillful tea farmer.
Tea variety: around 80 years old Baiye variety
Harvest time: 2012 spring
Origin: Fengxi area, Mt. Wudong, Chaozhou, Guangdong province
Picking standard: two or three half-matured tea leaves
Shape: tight, lightly-twisted stick shape
Dried tea color: bloom dark brown with some red hue
Aroma: natural, fresh aroma with unique honey & floral fragrance
Tea soup color: bright red color with super transparency
Taste: delicate, soft & sticky tea liquid with long-lasting sweetness without any bitterness.