Wu Yi is one of the most famous tea producing regions, local conditions and soil rich in minerals, and wishes especially excellent wulongs and red teas. Rou Gui was widely promoted by the government also with Shui Xian tea in the 1960’s and 1970’s, and today both are among the most famous in the region.
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 year 2017 was exceptional in this area and teas are in very excellent quality. The tea leaves come directly from the local national park and are traditionally processed and baked a little less than normal – three times (6h, 7h, 7h).
Aroma: intense, sweet, floral, fruity and spicy
Taste: full and very attractive with tones of raspberries, cinnamon, honey, dates, chrysanthemum and a long aftertaste
Harvest: April 2017
Area: Wu Yi, Fujian
Weight: 25 g