Wu Dong village and its surroundings are one of the best terroirs in the area. Local soil and altitude give local teas, unmistakable aroma and flavor.The area is located between 800 to 1400 meters above sea level. It is still divided by locals into small and large Wu Dong.
This tea comes from little Wu Dong. This is name of the gardens that are on the slope below the village.
The tea is made of one the most famous variety from the area – Mi Lan Xiang (Scent of honey orchid).
Baked on charchoal:
1. baking: about 100 °C, 10 hours
2. baking: about 100 °C, 1 hour
The breaks between roasts were at least one month.
Aroma: very attractive, intense, strong, spicy, sweet with a hints of fresh and dried flowers, apricot jam, strawberries, mint and meadow honey
Taste: very full, sweet, dominated by hints of fresh and dried flowers, apricot and strawberry jam, meadow honey, with a very long aftertaste
Area: Wu Dong, Chaozhou, Guangdong prov.
Weight: 25 g