A world famous Hun Cha from Wuyishan, also called Lapsang Souchong. It has been around for approximately 400 years. Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong can be translated as “small type from real mountains”: the small type refers to the category of tea, while real mountains refers to the Wuyishan mountains. One of the things that differentiates this tea from others is the two stages of heating on coal which it undergoes during production.
It has a rich and spicy aroma with enveloping sweetness. The flavour is robust and pleasant with dried fruit and bread overtones. It will warm you up from within.
Hei Jin Hei Zhen Zhu can be prepared in porcelain or clay teaware. Water is best heated to a temperature of 85-95 °С (185-203°F). The best brewing methods are Pin Cha or steeping in a thermos or cup. Can be steeped up to 8 times. Tea-to-water ratio is 5 g. (0.18 oz) per 100 ml. (3.5 oz) of water.
A tea for the everyday. Energy-boosting and invigorating. Perfect for steeping in a cup.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5 g.|