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- Chinese: wǔ yí shān jiǔ lóng kē shuǐ xiān
- Translation: Wuyi Jiulongke Shuixian
- Type: Rock Tea (Yan Cha)
- Cultivar: Shuixian
- Origin: Wuyi, Fujian, China
- Harvest Date: 2022/08/15
- Storage Methods: Sealed, Prevent moisture, Vacuum, Alone
- Tea Master: Jiang Guiming
- From Wuyishan Zhengyan Tea Production Area, Generations of tea farmers use the traditional techniques of Wuyi Rock Tea, handmade tea, traditional charcoal baking.
- The aroma is clear and mellow, rich in layers, the taste is mellow, and the mouth feels full.
- "Live, sweet, clear, fragrant", full of rock rhyme.
- Use language to describe the characteristics of a tea or the difference between several teas.
- It is a very difficult thing.
- Tea is a very personal experience, and despite the shackles of words, let's have a good drink.
The aroma is relatively strong, the taste is very good, the aroma is full, the aftertaste is sweet and clear, the taste is relatively full, and the wood is fragrant. The aroma of fir is evident. The overall aroma is restrained and thick.
After the tea leaves are brewed, I pick up the cup and smell the strong tea aroma. The color is very clear, and the color of the brewed tea soup is good-looking. The aroma is pleasant to drink, and the taste is relatively mild.
There is a faint fragrance, after brewing, the fragrance is tangy, the taste is pure, the fragrance of flowers and fruits is strong and lasting, the entrance is smooth and sweet, and it is still very strong, the tea soup is also clean, golden and translucent.
I really like this tea. I’ve had loose oolong before and this compares quite well. It has a naturally slightly sweet, fresh fruity woodsy flavor, and it’s super smooth.
The taste is strong, crispy and refreshing, and the taste is very good for moistening the throat and sweetness, and there is no broken tea. No matter the color of the tea soup is clear, the aroma is elegant after brewing, and the fragrance is pure and sweet.