Ju Duo Zi (锯朵仔) or Sharp teeth. A rather rare bush that grows mostly in Wudang Shan (one of the peaks near the Feng Huang village), there are only a few families that make this tea. The tea got its name because of the leaf shape - it looks as though it has “sharp teeth” around the rim.
Ju Duo Zi has a flavour profile somewhat atypical of Dan Congs. The aroma includes berry and fruit notes with a touch of tropical fruit. The dry leaf has unexpected hop and beer-like notes. The aroma shifts and has something new to offer with every steep. The taste is wholesome, enveloping and gentle. An interesting Dan Cong to try steeping more intensely.
A great option for morning or daytime tea sessions. Helps to freshen up and get inspired.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|