Bai Ji Guan
Bai Ji Guan

Bai Ji Guan - Four Famous Congs


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.

Weight: Sample 15g

Sample 15g

Frequently Bought Together

Total price:$181.89
  • Chinese: bái jī guān
  • Translation: Bai Ji Guan
  • Type: Rock Tea (YanCha)
  • Cultivar: Bai Ji Guan
  • Origin: Wuyi, Fujian, China
  • Harvest Date: 2022/08/01
  • Storage Methods: Sealed, Prevent moisture, Vacuum, Alone
  • Shelf Life: 18 months
  • Tea Master: Jiang Guiming
  • Bai Ji Guan: Small tree mid-leaf type late-growing species and Dahongpao, Tie Luo Han, and Shui Jin Gui are known as the "Four Famous Teas". The tea trees produced in Huiyuanyan Peak and the back mountain of Wuyishan Gongci have strange buds and leaves, light green leaves, white in the green, curved buds and sharp hairs, and the white cockscomb is like the head of a white golden pheasant. The cockscomb is on top, hence the name white cockscomb.
  • Traditional craftsmanship: The craftsmanship of artificial tea has been handed down from generation to generation. Following dozens of craftsmanship, the craftsman spirit is carefully crafted to keep the essence of nature and at the same time stimulate the original fragrance and mellowness of tea.
  • For brewing rock tea, we usually use a 120 ml white porcelain bowl with 8 grams of rock tea.
  • Before the official start of brewing, scald and wash all the tea sets (especially the white porcelain bowls) with 100°C boiling water.
  • When washing tea, close the lid immediately after pouring the water, and pour out the water quickly. It is best to control the time before and after within 5 seconds.
  • Continue to brew with boiling water. After pouring in the water, cover the lid immediately for about 5 seconds, and then pour out the tea soup.
  • After each punch, the sitting time can be adjusted according to the concentration of the tea soup.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Brian Rooney
Tastes great!

It is the first time to drink this rock tea of the white cockscomb variety. When I first siped it, I was not used to it, there was a faint smell of medicine. It's more noticeable when it cools down. After taking a few sips, I found that it has a more pronounced aftertaste and a better throat rhyme than other rock teas. It is also more resistant to brewing than other rock teas. The bottom of the leaves is also better.

Sesha Annapareddy
Good time tea sachets with nice flavor

White cockscomb, apricot-yellow soup, thick, smooth and fine soup, with a sharp aroma similar to chrysanthemums, long-lasting sweetness, and a slightly floral fragrance on the lid of the three to five-bubble cup, which is quite good.

Nicholas Brooks
Rich Flavor

Drinking healthy tea, you can feel the tea energy circulating inside and outside the body, which is warm and harmonious. This tea soup is clear and orange-yellow, and the taste is clean and uncluttered. It can clearly capture the rocky rhyme of Mingcong. It is hard to dislike!

Paul Byrne
Great tasting tea

The tea soup is sweet and moist at the entrance, and the aftertaste of the tea taste is obvious. The aftertaste is particularly good.

Unique fragrance

This is a Rich oolong tea. I suggest letting it steep for at least 7-8 hours to enhance the flavor to its fullest potential, mimes didn’t come with tea pot but love it nonetheless