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ORIGIN: Wuyishan, Fujian, China
DESCRIPTION:"Mei Zhan Baihuakui" refers to the richness and richness of Mei Zhan tea, which is the leader with its unique charm.
Today Tongxinshe Teahouse brings you the 2023 Ma Tou Yan Lao Cong Mei Zhan.
Mei Zhan is originally produced in Anxi, and it is an excellent variety of native tea trees, which is unique to Fujian. After it was introduced to Wuyi Mountain, it has been planted for a hundred years, and the trees are generally older. This tea tree is about 80 years old. Mei Zhan and Shui Xian are both small trees, and the tea trees are middle-leaved. The commonality in terms of quality characteristics is: the older the tree, the more obvious the fir flavor, and the finer the soup.
Among the core production areas of Wuyi rock tea, Ma Tou Yan is already well-known. It is bounded between three pits and two streams, with streams flowing through it, dense and rich vegetation, and excellent ecological environment. Ma Tou Yan has a wide production area and is divided into There are many small areas, and there are geographical commonality and environmental differences between them, so the quality and price of tea are different.
This Ma Tou Yan Lao Cong Mei Zhan comes from the heart of Ma Tou Yan. Among the small varieties, it is located in the core production area of Zheng YAn, which is really precious. There are many people doing Mei Zhan in Wuyi Mountain, but there are very few who do well and can show the cool demeanor of Mei Zhan. The author of this tea is "Teacher Wang Guoxing", the intangible heritage inheritor of Wuyi Mountain Rock Tea, who personally made it. He has rich experience in cultivating varieties to making tea, and is quite famous in the local rock tea circle in Wuyi. Following the traditional charcoal roasting process, while roasting the tea thoroughly, it also retains the activity of the tea, and fully displays the aroma and taste of Mei Zhan.
The dry tea is black and brown evenly, the cords are tightly knotted and the veins are clear. The boiling water is high-concentrated, and the tea soup is orange-red and translucent. Sip the tea, the soup is thick, smooth, delicate, fresh and sweet, the fragrance of flowers is full, subtle and long, and the fragrance of plums is endless. The sweetness is fast and long-lasting, and every mouthful has the feeling of sweetness on the tip of the tongue and fragrance on the teeth and cheeks. The bottom of the leaf is soft and elastic, with a prominent cold fragrance.
Tea utensils: Gaiwan (120ml)
Amount of tea input: dry tea 8.3g
Tea water: pure water, mountain spring water
Water temperature: 100°C is suitable
Number of brewing times: the first two steps are high and quick to stimulate the aroma of tea; three or four steps are poured slowly with fine water; after the fifth step, you can suffocate properly; the whole process needs to be brewed with boiling water.