Among the Pu'er teas, there are several names that arouse people's awe as soon as they are mentioned. Iceland, Lao Banzhang, Xigui and Mansong are known as the "rich and handsome people in the Pu'er tea industry". They have unique advantages and enjoy a well-deserved reputation. Tongxinshe Tea House has always been very cautious about tea from such a top mountain farm. First, we know that the output is limited after all, and the market is mixed, so it takes a lot of effort to select. Second, because the ancient tree tea from famous mountains has always been expensive, we want to find some authentic sources and "resultable" ones. , is no easy task.
Today, I would like to share with you a limited edition 2015 ancient tree born Puer.
Returning from the past, the place belongs to Dongxiang, Lincang State. It is only surrounded by the Snowy Mountains and adjacent to the Lancang River. It is shrouded in clouds and mist all day long, just like a fairyland. Tea trees grow here. Large areas of them are deep-rooted and strong ancient trees, which nourish the breath and form a unique taste characteristic. , Lincang has an average altitude of 2,000 meters. Some tea drinkers compare Xigui Tea to "Lincang Banzhang", but this is actually only half right.
The charm of Xigui Tea lies in its blend of chivalry and tenderness. The tea taste is strong and strong at the beginning, and it is domineering and refreshing. Later, it is sweet and soft, with a refreshing rock sugar sweetness on the bottom of the tongue. The long orchid fragrance continues from the dry smell of the tea to the aftertaste, which is still unfinished.
Today’s product was made from the ancient tree spring material that was returned to the ancient tree in 2015. It was originally intended as a private collection. It has a total of 5kg and can be shared with tea lovers. This Xigui is specially made into a small and exquisite dragon ball shape. It is very convenient to drink one piece at a time. Unwrap the package and the dry tea is tender. Brew it with boiling water. You need to sit the cup for a while to allow the tea leaves to fully soak and stretch. The tea soup is golden and bright, and you can feel the essence of the ancient tree when you enter it - sweet and soft like rock sugar, combined with the unique freshness of new tea, strong but not ostentatious. After three steepings, the tea soup gradually becomes better. The taste is subtle, restrained, but full of changes. The aroma is fragrant, the taste becomes fuller and stronger, and the cheeks and the bottom of the tongue are filled with fluid, showing strength and muscles. At the same time, the soup feels mellow and soft, and after drinking it, the aftertaste is clear and sweet, with a lingering aftertaste.
For such a high-quality ancient tree tea, our suggestion is to brew it slowly. The rich content of the ancient tree tea is enough to enjoy dozens of brews.
Tea set: gaiwan (about 150ml)
Amount of tea: one piece (8g)
Tea water: purified water, mountain spring water
Water temperature: 100℃ boiling water
Number of times of brewing: about 30 times
Storage: low temperature, dry storage
Brewing method: It is recommended to brew for 2 minutes for the first brew to allow the tea leaves to relax. After the second brew, the soup can be made quickly, and more than 30 dishes can be made.