Wuliang Yi Cang - Spring 2014

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This tea is made by a friend from Wuliang Shan who has recently started his own brand. The leaves comes from Yi Cang village in Jingdong county. Old tea gardens grow at an altitude of about 2000m on Fu De Mountain, also known as Yi Cang.

The leaves offer a well balanced golden tea soup. It features a slight bitterness and powerful fragrance, supported by a fast-coming Huigan. At the beginning of the session, the tea feels light in the mouth, floral and citric aroma will coat your tastebuds, after a couple of steepings, you will feel fresh in the throat, while closing to the end of the session, the tea will get thicker, your body will be energized and your mind awoken

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