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Known as Jin Fo in Chinese, this is a rare historical tea from the Wuyi mountains made by Master Xu, one of the makers and guardians of the Da Hong Pao mother trees. The mother tree was a large tea tree that used to grow on the White Cliff by the river and because the local people bowed down everyday to wash the clothes facing the tree, the tree became known by the name ‘Gold Buddha’. The total production of this completely handmade tea from the most famous cliff in Wuyishan, Jiu Long Ke (Nine Dragon Nest), comes to less than 5 kilos per year. It has a wonderful depth of flavour with a strong roasted aroma.

ORIGIN: Master Xu, Tea farm at Jiu Long Ke cliff (2 acres), Wuyishan, China

PLANTS AND PROCESSING: Camellia Sinensis Sinensis, Jin Fo cultivar. Deep charcoal roasting. Harvested early Summer 2013.

BREWING: 90-95°C, 5-6g per cup. 5 infusions.

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This was another excellent gift from my excellent mother. I brewed this gong fu style while Casey and I watched the original Terminator movie tonight. Some of the outdated special effects made me giggle. It was like watching that Russian alien in the X-Files episode from “Jose Chung’s From Outer Space”. Never mind.

Anyway. This tea was really nice. The first steeps were like caramel and nuts and coffee. The texture of the tea was creamy and smooth. It held up to many steepings, and didn’t become too drying at the end like some teas can. Looking forward to enjoying a few more steeps in the morning, but for now we’re going to bed.


Terminator is my hubby’s all time fave. he can watch it any time from the middle and even the end is good enough for him. He introduced my 7 yr old son to it and now they watch together;)


Neither Casey nor I had seen it before last night, and we both really enjoyed it. We’ll probably watch the sequel either tonight or tomorrow. Apparently there’s also a new Terminator movie due to come out next year…Are your husband and son planning to go see that one?


yes. Im going to watch it too. After all I saw it so many times, i practically know his lines. Some other my hubby faves are Robocop and Die Hard. So you have an idea:) i watch lots of movies, foreign, independent, sometimes I forget if i saw it. we love Charlie Chaplin. its endless but those 3 i mentioned above are like DeBeers diamonds. Funny right?


Sounds like you have a broad range of movie tastes! I also haven’t seen Robocop or Die Hard. Now that I’ve found that Terminator was an enjoyable movie, maybe I will give some other vintage action movies a try…

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