The raw material for this tea is harvested in Dayezhong Sun Qingmao area, Lincang.
The heated leaf aroma is of an old cellar where cranberries are stored. Young Shengs that still need a little storage time sometimes have a similar aroma - and it’s this aroma that makes this particular tea appealing.
The steeped leaf has an aroma of a coniferous forest in rainy weather. The taste reflects the old cellar and coniferous forest notes in the aroma, there is definitely something atypical about this Shu. The steeps that follow include woody notes and a gentleness that is rounded off with a long-lasting woody-fruity aftertaste.
|ratio per 100 ml.:||5g.|
|Teaware:||Porcelain, Clay, Glass|