This tea comes from the Shui Lian Dong area – a place where most tourists go to feed pigeons 🙂 and not far from it to watch the falling water from the rocky waterfall, which is named after this area. Perhaps most important at this point in the inner park are large tea gardens, which are at the top of the rock mostly planted with Shui Xian variety. There are also several taller and older tea bushes of this plant, about 100 years old. This tea is from about 40 years old tea bushes and was processed in a small factory of the Zhang family.
After the production, the tea leaves are baked for about 4×8 hours at a temperature of about 95°C with an interval of one month after every baking.
Aroma: intense, ripe with tones of plums, spices, strawberries, cocoa, dried flowers
Taste: very full, sweet, spicy with tones of plum jam, cocoa, baked gingerbread, honey
Harvest: May 2018
Area: Shui Lian Dong , Wuyishan, Fujian
Weight: 25 g