Si Jin Qian (Four Gold Coins) is one of the most famous brands out of China. It is the Hongkong style of Liu Bao tea. In addition to the material from Guangxi province, there is also added tea from Vietnam and places around. The receipe is not know and thanks to that the taste is very different. Because of it, the tea is very famous mainly in Malaysia, where it was stored for a long time (over 15 years).
The tea is packed in the traditional 1 kg bag, which is mostly used from 2005.
The 2005 vintage is one of the legandary years by the collectors. The tea can prove it by its extractivity, huge taste and its very intense aroma with a very long aftertaste.
A great potential for aging.
Aroma: intense, matured, non traditional with a hints of herbal liquer, poppy seeds, old wood, nuts, dried herbs and camphor
Taste: very full, aged, attractive, dominated by hints of poppy seed roll, herbal liquer, plantain (Plantago), rare spices, cacao, nuts with a very long herbal aftertaste
Producer: Shen Chang Hao Four Gold Coins
Country: Hong Kong
Weight: 25 g