This tea comes from a small factory of our friend. He’s an expert and lover of local teas, who has been working for a long time as one of the assistant administrators of the Wuyishan National Park. This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The tea was grown from the cuttings of the original Da Hong Pao tea bushes in a place called Bei Dou Peak. Tea bushes are 30 to 40 years old. Oolong is not mixed with another cultivar, as is often done in this area to make tea more attractive.
Aroma: dark chocolate, gingerbread spices, orange peel, plum jam, spices
Taste: full, similar to liquer with tones of spices, orange peel, chocolate and walnuts
Harvest: spring 2017
Area: Wuyishan, Fujian
Weight: 25 g