Among Wuyi rock teas, Shui Xian is one of the leading varieties, and it can be said to be widely sought after. Some tea lovers especially love its woody clump rhyme and rock bone flower fragrance; As for Hua, Huiyuankeng is the core production area of Wuyi rock tea. There are many famous teas in Huiyuankeng, the most outstanding and famous one is Shui Xian.
Huiyuankeng is located in the depths of the scenic spot, with deep valleys, constant clouds and fog all year round, warm and humid, short sunshine, and moss on the tea trees. The microclimate is unique, the soil and water conditions are very good, and the tea grows in this place for a long time, and the inner quality of the tea trees is rich in brewing. Therefore, many traditional famous clusters in Wuyi Mountain come from Huiyuan Pit. In the history of Wuyi rock tea, Huiyuan Mountain Farm is known as "eight hundred people come out of Huiyuan".
The tea that Tongxinshe Teahouse is going to share with you today is our own "2016 Hui Yuan Keng Lao Cong Shui Xian".
Tea lovers who love rock tea know that rock tea is a shrub species with a relatively short life cycle. However, Lao Cong Shui Xian generally refers to Narcissus tea trees over 50 or 60 years old. Their root systems are thick and strong, and their branches are covered with epiphytic moss. They have a unique and hard-to-find environment and natural characteristics.
The dried tea leaves are clear, black and oily in color, rich in aroma, and the unique fresh and green fragrance of plants is obvious, like moss. Fresh and sweet, full-bodied and full-bodied, with a long throat rhyme.
This tea has been stored for 7 years. It is a rare rare tea with distinctive personality and excellent quality. It is worth drinking and collecting.