Tongmuguan is one of the eight great passes in Wuyi. This is a pretty well-known name in the black tea industry. It is not only the birthplace of black tea, but also a synonym for quality. People who prefer black tea will be familiar with Tongmuguan. Its Lapsang Souchong, Jin Junmei and other series are even more popular. It is famous all over the world, but few people know about it. It is a majestic pass, quietly located in Wuyi Mountain. There is no hustle and bustle, only the singing of birds and the fragrance of flowers. Tongmuguan is located in the Wuyishan National Nature Reserve. It has 96% forest coverage and excellent mountain fields. It has excellent ecology and is an out-and-out summer resort. The tea produced can be called a treasure of nature, blending in with the mountains and rivers, and drinking it will definitely bring out the charm of the mountains.
There are many branches of Tongmuguan tea, each with its own unique taste and aroma. The original ecological material selection has guaranteed half of the quality, which is a crucial foundation for each series of tea products. Today Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends "The 19th Black Tea Competition of Wuyishan Tea Bureau, First Prize "Wilderness Da Chi Gan".
"Tongmu Dachigan" is also called "Tongmu Dachigan". The difference from Jinjunmei lies in the picking of leaf buds. Jinjunmei Chaqing has a whole bud, while "Tungmu Dachigan" has one bud and two leaves. Jinjunmei's reputation is needless to say, but don't underestimate Dachigan because of it. Although there are differences between the two, they are each different. There are merits, but they are all treasures among Tongmuguan black tea.
When I first tasted Wilderness Da Chi Gan, I thought it tasted very good, a pure taste. There is no deliberate blending of other flavors, just like the sandalwood on the coffee table, creating a pure smoke path in the air. It can have its own fragrance without modification. Wilderness Da Chi Gan is slightly stout, full and well-proportioned as a whole, like a rough boy in the mountains, unrestrained and full of vitality; upon closer inspection, it is black and shiny, with red copper-colored buds mottled among them, interlaced with each other, making the ruggedness a bit more. Delicate, with a light fragrance, it looks particularly delicate. After brewing, the whole body relaxes and blooms. The aroma of flowers and fruits quickly hits the nose. The color of the soup gradually becomes thicker and orange-red, like gold and jade turning into soup, which is rich and even. Smell carefully, there is obvious honey fragrance lingering in it, fresh and pleasant, the entrance is honey-flavored, honey-sweetness is still strong, smooth into the throat, the mouth is clean and refreshing; feel it carefully, there is a unique "mountain charm" contained in it, penetrating The potency is strong, as if you have re-appreciated the majesty of the mountains. The taste lasts for a long time, the aroma of flowers and fruits is looming, and the sweet and delicious feeling makes people immersed in enjoyment.
Tea lovers who like or want to try the black tea produced in Tongmuguan can try Wilderness Da Chi Gan.