Liubao tea is a unique traditional black tea in Wuzhou, Guangxi. Since the Jiaqing period of the Qing Dynasty, it has been listed as one of the famous teas in the country. It is used as a conditioning tea for daily drinking in the area. Nowadays, Liubao tea is getting more and more attention from tea drinkers because of its unique drinking experience and conditioning effect.
Liubao tea also pays attention to getting better and better with age, and it presents different flavors and aromas under the aging of time. Most of the Liubao teas on the market are three to five years old, and the older ones are more rare and valuable.
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a "Old Liubao in the 1980s"
It is common to see Liubao tea that has been aged for three to five years, but aged tea that has been aged for 40 years is rare. Liubao tea is a kind of tea that does not require brewing skills, so it is very simple and convenient to drink. Brewing in a purple sand pot, soaking in a thermos cup, or boiling in a clay pot will not affect the taste of the tea. Instead, each has its own characteristics and charm. Drinking Liubao does not need to be divided into seasons, it is suitable for all seasons .
Opening the package of this tea, a time-given old scent hits the face. After brewing, the unique betel nut fragrance and old fragrance of Laoliubao are very prominent, and there is a faint after-note of medicinal fragrance. Forty Years of aging have endowed this Old Six Fort with the mellowness and sweetness it should have. A unique gentle charm of old tea after years has come out naturally. After entering the stomach, the body feels very comfortable, like a warm current slide over. After drinking a few more cups, you will become more refreshed, with a clear aftertaste of sweetness, a feeling of saliva, and a soft and sweet taste that stays in the mouth for a long time.