Lotus Peak is a scenic peak in the northwestern part of the famous cliffs of Wuyishan, offering spectacular views of the surrounding mountains lined with tea gardens. Near the top, on a cliff, is the Buddhist monastery of the Mystic Lotus.
The dark and rather large leaves with a turquoise tint when warmed by the breath emit a bright aroma of flowers and fruits, spices and honey. With the addition of water at about 87° you get a dense amber infusion with scarlet highlights. A rich, rough taste that excites all the receptors in the mouth. Do not forget to inhale the aroma from the Cha Hai, because it is not the last place here. You can highlight the sweetness of various spices, cinnamon, figs, raspberries, geraniums and some muffins. The sourness of orchid, mint and bergamot. The moody melody lingers in both the mouth and the head for a long time to come. Tea slows down time and fills this precious moment with meaning. The desire to freeze and silently observe the beautiful.
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|ratio per 100 ml.:||4g.|