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What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?

What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?
Lao Cong Shuixian is one of the four famous names of Wuyi Rock Tea. It is represented by Dahongpao and Cinnamon, which is the representative of Weibei Oolong Tea. The leaves of Lao Cong Shuixian are soft and rich in nutrients.

Why is the tea you brewing so bitter and astringent?

Why is the tea you brewing so bitter and astringent?

In the impression of many people, tea is bitter and not good to drink. Or, the same is tea, why is it good taste to drink tea in the shop? You are brewing at home but not having that taste? Many people, have not to the taste of the tea rich taste that gave it up, really a pity. In fact, it is not difficult to brew a cup of tea that is not bitter and astringent. Newcomers just need to grasp the two aspects of tea and water.   Tea, pay attention to two aspects of tea quality and...


Why is brew tea in the rainy day not fragrant?

Why is brew tea in the rainy day not fragrant?
It is an elegant thing to make a cup of tea and listen to the sound of the rain. But the tea that is brewed on rainy days is not as aroma as usual. What is going on?

What are the flavor of Wuyishan Tongmuguan Black Tea?

What are the flavor of Wuyishan Tongmuguan Black Tea?
Mt Wuyi is located in Fujian Province at its boundary with Jiangxi Province running along forabout SOOkm at an average altitude of over 1000mThe legend says that in the era of TangYaoa senior man called Peng Zu took hermitage in the mountain with his sons Wu and Yiwho first developed this areatherefore the mountain was referred to as Mt Wuyi in theirhonorYet other folks say that this was once the settlement of the ancient Minyue peoplegoverned by their King Wuyihence the mountain's name.

What is washed tea?

What is washed tea?

Do you really know? What did the tea wash?