There are 36 peaks and 99 rocks in Wuyi Mountain. There is tea in the rocks. The tea is named after the rocks, so it is called rock tea. Wuyi rock tea has a dazzling variety of varieties, including Rou Gui, Shui Xian Da Hong Pao and the traditional four famous ones. There are also some traditional small and famous bushes in Wuyi Mountain that are rarely planted and have low yields. Together with some new varieties and exotic species, this type of tea will also be collectively referred to as variety tea in Wuyi Mountain. Thanks to its unique natural environment, Wuyi Mountain can be described as a "real kingdom" of tea tree species. During a survey in 1942, the famous tea expert Lin Fuquan found that there were more than a thousand tea varieties, famous clusters, and single clusters in Wuyi Mountain, with 830 species in the Huiyuan area alone.
Today Tongxinshe Tea House shares a "Purple Hong Pao" rock tea. Drinking tea is a comprehensive experience. The deeper our understanding of tea, the more it can lead us to perceive the beauty of tea in a deeper level.
Jiulong Pao, also known as Purple Hong Pao, is the "illegitimate child" of Da Hong Pao. Purple represents external attributes. Purple buds are very rare. Because of their rarity, they are noble. Coupled with the beautiful meaning of "Purple Air Coming from the East", it is even more Appears to be covered with a layer of mystery. Purple tea buds originate from the large amount of anthocyanins in the leaves. Anthocyanins are highly effective antioxidants that can reduce the damage to the body caused by oxidation and glycation.
This Nine Dragon Robe, the dry tea has a pure and peaceful aroma like dried fruits, the soup is mellow and smooth, and the sweet and waxy nectar fragrance slowly reveals the regional flavor of the core mountain spot. Immediately, the clear and sweet rhyme like a rock leads to the deep and clear fragrance of the old trees, which lingers.
The gurgling sensation after drinking, coupled with the comfortable cooling sensation in the aftertaste, is like a sigh. It is a timeless poem, with mountains and rivers as its words and the wind and rain as its rhymes. It can penetrate people's internal organs and flow through the whole body with the blood.