Frequently Bought Together
- Type: Rock Tea (YanCha)
- Cultivar: Tie Luo Han
- Origin: Wuyishan, Fujian
- Harvest Date: 2022/08/23
- Storage Methods: Sealed, Prevent moisture, Vacuum, Alone
- Tea Master: Jiang Guiming
- Tie Luo Han translation is Iron Arhat, which is one of the famous Tea Bushes in Wuyishan.
Tie Luohan, one of the Four Famous Conglomerates in Wuyi, has been known for a long time but has never tasted it. The dry tea leaves are tightly knotted, the color is green-brown and fresh, the tea soup is bright orange-yellow, the taste is full-bodied, the rock rhyme is obvious, the bottom of the leaves is fresh and there is a toad's back, but the aroma is not how to describe it, the fruity aroma is only present in the first brewing It is reflected; but it is not obvious, it is more like grass and woods, anyway, the taste of Tie Luohan is different from other rock teas, it is definitely worth trying!
It's the first time I drink Tie Luohan, the aroma is a bit like coffee, and the soup tastes mellow and sweet. The dried tea leaves are tightly knotted and thick, the tea soup is bright orange and yellow, the bottom of the leaves is dark green, and the leaves are relatively large. Good tea is worth it.
With that kind of very soft fragrance of flowers, fruits and woods, it is not a fragrance, but it is not too strong. With the sweetness of the throat, the taste of the mouth is brewed, and the characteristics of the tea itself come out. The tea water is relatively stable. It tastes different from the Shui Jin Gui. There is no Shui Jin Gui to give me a mellow taste. But in terms of aroma, it is even better than the Shui Jin Gui.