Thé de printemps Lao Cong Shui Xian

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Encounter a heart-warming tea container, taking a sip or two of light and elegant tea in the middle of a busy schedule; between touch and vision, clearly comprehend heaven, earth and people of nature and ingenuity.

Frequently Bought Together

Total price:$371.48 $325.57
  • Chinois : wǔ yí lǎo cóng shuǐ xiān
  • Traduction : Wuyi Centenaire Lao Cong (Vieux Buisson) Thé Oolong Shui Xian
  • Type : Thé Rock Oolong (Yancha)
  • Cultivar : Shui Xian (Shui Hsien)
  • Âge de l'arbre : plus de 100 ans
  • Origine : Wuyi, Fujian, Chine
  • Date de récolte : 18/08/2022
  • Poids : 8 g/pièce
  • Méthodes de stockage : scellé, empêche l'humidité, sous vide, seul.
  • Maître de thé : Jiang Guiming
  • La description:
    La particularité du Lao Cong (Old Bush) Shui Xian réside principalement dans le mot « Lao » (Old) qui fait référence aux vieux théiers de plus de 50 ans.
    Le processus du Lao Cong Shui Xian est le même que celui des autres variétés de thé Wuyi Rock Oolong.
    Pourquoi d'autres thés Wuyi Rock Oolong, tels que Da Hong Pao, Rougui, Chelan, etc., n'ont-ils pas une telle expression ?
    La raison principale est liée aux cultivars de thé.
    Shui Xian appartient à la petite tonnelle, tandis que les types d'arbustes tels que Da Hong Pao et Rougui ont rarement la saveur du vieux sapin.
  • Quelqu'un a dit que l'ancienne saveur de sapin était une saveur de mousse verte, et certains ont dit que c'était du bois.
  • Si je me laisse décrire le goût de ce thé, je préférerais le bois et la douce saveur du sapin, à la fois charmants à sentir et à boire.
  • L'image ci-dessous représente les arbres à thé Shui Xian du Lao Cong (vieux buisson) et les buissons de thé sont recouverts de mousse.

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Favorite oolong tea

This tea is excellent quality - smooth, lovely amber color, very full bodied with a good substance to it.
I can get about 8 good cups out of one tea ball full, steeping no more that 2 minutes per brew.
Also lovely iced.

J. Wolfe
Great "Roasted" Oolong! That should be added to the title of product!

This is by far one of my favorite go to tea everytime. The flavor is aromatic with dark roasted during and after taste. I would highly recommend if you like a strong and dark oolong. I use purified water that's boiled to 195 degrees F and steep for about 30 seconds (1 teaspoon/200 ml)

J. Petrizzo
Quality tea.

Good tea! Long whole leaves.

Captain & Jen
Im no expert but this is my favorite thus far

I have been ordering Different Loose leaf Oolong teas for the past few month. Im no expert but this is my favorite thus far ...just reordered it from two different venders it came from same place via mail Direct from China it only takes about a week....this has a very nice strong flavor with hint of smoke without the bitter aftertaste...comes in a nice ornamental container you can sit out vs the loose big bag that tend to fall over and spill.

Leon G. Higley
The best oolong

Actually, I don't know if Wuyi Oolong is the best, I just know that it's the best oolong I've ever had. It strikes me as expensive, but it's a price I'm will to pay, and in fairness one tin last a long time. I usually say that Wuyi Oolong is only hand harvested by virgins on nights with a full moon, which explains the cost. If I'm wrong on this last point don't tell me, I want to keep the mystery alive.