Wai Yuan Hang is another point of interest near the Eagle Rock in the center of the national park where the Zhang family own a tea bushes. There is also planted cultivar Xingcun Xiao Zhong, from which it processing red tea Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong, known as a Lapsang. The cultivation of hong cha cultivars is not so common in a national park. Mostly, there are grown varieties for making wulong tea.
Taste and also fragrance is different from teas from Tong Mu and Wuyi park surroundings. The tea is more full in its expression with a very rich palette of aromas and tastes.
Aroma: intense, attractive, sweet, dominated by hints of cacao, raspberries, blackberries, dried and fresh flowers and rare spices
Taste: full, attractive, sweet with hints of fruits (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries), cacao and very long honey and spicy aftertaste
Harvest: May 2022
Area: Wai Yuan Hang, Wuyishan, Fujian
Weight: 25 g