10-second rinse before infusion.
Wilted autumn leaves with a stone fruit note. Slight astringency with a surprising creamy note reminding me of a milk oolong.
Origin: Mengyou & Xueshan Town, Fengqing County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China
Plucking Standard:One bud with one or two leaves
Dry Tea:Round and smooth cake, well-shaped, it darkens in color with a scattering of red-colored tea leaves, fat tea leaves with lots of white hairs on the surface and inside the cake.
Aroma:Rich woody aroma
Liquor:Golden bright in color
Taste:The aroma hints of orchid flower and wild flavor; it tastes smooth, soft, and slightly bitter but quickly turns to sweet; its long-lasting fragrance will entirely cross your upper and lower jaws, producing a copious secretion of saliva.
Tea Bush: Fengqing large-leaf species (100-300 years old)
This raw cake named for Da Xue Shan is mainly because partial of the raw material come from the beautiful Xueshan town. Xueshan town is situated in the south of Fengqing County, where the highest point reaches at 3,098 meters above the sea level and the lowest is 1,200 meters, it is named after its snow mountain.
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