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ORIGIN: Wuyishan, Fujian, China
DESCRIPTION:People who love to drink rock tea often say that they are unhappy without "meat". Meat is the abbreviation of "Rou Gui" by people in the tea circle. As the "King of Rou Gui", Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui is affectionately called "Beef" by many tea lovers. "Beef" is made with the ancient charcoal roasting technique, and has captured the hearts of many tea lovers with its "dominant and high aroma".
In the "Rock Tea Circle", there is a "golden sentence" circulating: "There are two kinds of Rou Gui in the world, one is called Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui, and the other is called other Rou Gui." From this we can see that "Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui "The status in the eyes of tea lovers. But even in Wuyi Mountain, if you want to drink pure "beef", there is no way to drink it, so you can't drink it. Therefore, the precious Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui is often the "private tea" treasured by many tea lovers, and it is only used to receive very good friends.
Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui, from Niu Lan Keng in "Three Holes and Two Streams" at the core of Zhengyan. Among the "three pits and two streams", the quality of Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui is the best, and the other Rou Gui is also unmatched. But Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui, the annual output of the whole pit is only about 1,600 catties.
"Niu Rou" has good quality, great reputation, and low output. "Rare things are more expensive", which also determines the value of "Niu Rou", which naturally cannot be lowered. Based on the current market conditions, the average price of Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui is tens of thousands of RMB per catty. It is difficult to buy a real "Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui".
In order to allow tea lovers to enjoy a cup of pure "Niu Rou", Tongxinshe Teahouse will go to the core production area of Zhengyan every year to order a small amount of rare "Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui" early.
Wuyi rock tea is named after "rock", and a good rock tea is most particular about its origin - mountain field. The core production area of Mount Wuyi is called "Three Holes and Two Streams", including Niu Lan Keng, Hui Yuan Keng, Dao Shui Keng, Líu Xiang Jian, and Wu Yuan Jian. Among them, Niu Lan Keng is the core of the Zheng Yan production area. Niu Lan Keng is located at the core of "Three Holes and Two Streams" in the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area. The terrain of Niu Lan Keng is "V" shaped, narrow and long as a whole, with about 28 mu of land, more than 30 pit owners, and the annual output is only about 1,600 jin. The output seems to be a lot, but this amount only accounts for about 0.01% of the annual tea output of Wuyishan City. Therefore, Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui can be said to be small in quantity but precious in quantity. Among them, the real pure Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui can be called a "luxury in the tea industry", which is hard to find!
Niu Lan Keng is a long and narrow valley with dense valleys, secluded springs, steady streams, and no scorching sun. It can be described as an ideal home for Wuyi rock tea. The environment of Niu Lan Keng tea garden is very superior, and the tea mountains are all on the cliffs in the middle of the mountain. The cliffs and stone masonry are covered with moss and moss, and tea bushes grow among them, so the tea produced here is full of fragrance. Niu Lan Keng is the representative of the core production area of Sankeng and Liangjian. After hundreds of millions of years of evolution, sedimentary rocks collapsed to form rich sandy conglomerate soil, which is rich in various minerals. These minerals endow the tea with rich content, giving Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui a mellow taste and a unique mountain flavor.
The raw materials of Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui in Tongxinshe Teahouse come from Chen Dunjie, the owner of Niulankeng Mountain and the descendant of the Chen family. The producer is: "Teacher Wang Guoxing", the inheritor of rock tea
Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui dry tea is uniform in color, small in bar shape, dark in color, mellow in smell and fragrant of flowers. Brewed in boiling water, the aroma is radiant, high-spirited, domineering, rich in floral and fruity, cinnamon, and creamy aromas. The taste of the first brew is very thick and sticky, the tea soup has a smooth watery feeling, and the aftertaste is long-lasting with floral and grassy aromas. After soaking for three times, the unique cinnamon fragrance of Niulankeng cinnamon gradually appears, leaving a lasting fragrance in the mouth, strong rock rhyme, and a cool and slightly sweet feeling. After 5 or 6 steeps, the soup becomes soft and refreshing, and the mountain flavor of Niulankeng begins to emerge. After 8 or 9 steeps, the taste of zong leaves is revealed, and the flavor of the mountain is obvious. The foam resistance can reach more than 10 bubbles.
Because Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui is very rare and expensive, each small can contains 8.3g of pure Niu Lan Keng Rou Gui tea.