Type: Rock Tea (YanCha)
Cultivar: Shui Jin Gui
Origin: Wuyishan, Fujian, China
Harvest date: 2019/10/25 (Spring Tea)
Storage Methods: Sealed, Prevent moisture, Vacuum, Alone
Tea Master: Jiang Guiming
The origin of the name of the Shui Jin Gui
The ShuiJinGui is native to the lower half of the cliff of Du Gezhai in Niulan Pit and is owned by Languyan. The ShuiJinGui is famous in the late Qing Dynasty, and its property rights belong, there is still an interesting story in history, and as a result, the ShuiJinGui is more expensive. It is said that the ShuiJinGui tea tree is native to the Du Gezhai of Tianxinyan. One day the rain poured down in torrents, causing the edge of the peak tea garden to collapse, the tea tree was rushed by water to the half of the rocky recess of the Niulankeng. The owner of LanGuYan used the terrain at that time to excavate the rock and open it up into a step by step stone steps; Use stones to form a fence, fill it with dirt, and then name the tree a ShuiJinGui. The ShuiJinGui bark is grayish white, the branches are slightly curved, the leaves are oblong, emerald green, shiny, and the quality is excellent.