It is beautiful to look at as well as drink.
The actual name of this tea is “Jin Jun Mei” which means “Golden Beautiful Eyebrow.” When you take one look at the tea leaves you’ll see why it is called this and also why we opted for the name of “Dragon Eyelashes.” Trust us on this, we have a pet dragon in the office and this is exactly what his eyelashes look like! This is an extremely popular yet modern style of tea in China. The brewed tea has a rich, smooth, silky, sweet potato taste with a hint of cacao and flowers with a cooling aftertaste. This tea has a deep gold color to it and smells of sweet potatoes and walnuts with a hint of cinnamon. The hotter you brew it the less sweet it will taste however the tastes become much stronger.
Wuyishan Rock Tea village is in the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian, China and is in an elevation range of 980 feet to 1640 feet (300 to 500 meters). More specifically it is located within the Wuyishan Scenic Area which is an area that is protected by the government. Anyone who enters this area is searched to ensure that harmful chemicals and foreign items don’t end up in this protected area. This results in a truly authentic and natural environment. Where this farm is located they have the prized “zhengyan” soil which is sandy soil that is slightly rocky and has a reddish hue to it. This results in an extremely high mineral content that is acidic which means that tea trees love it here! Cindy’s family has owned this land for three generations now and their tea processing techniques have been handed down from generation to generation.
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