Tong Mu Guan Lao Cong Hong Cha 2021
Tea lovers who have been on a batch of paulownia Lao Cong before, the sweet and mellow taste of tea lovers have been thinking about it for a long time. Today’s "Tong Mu Guan Lao Cong Hong Cha 2021" continues the previous craftsmanship and upgraded the raw materials. With the addition of older trees, the taste and aroma are more abundant. Tongmuguan, as the birthplace of Lapsang Souchong, is also the core area of the national nature reserve. It has a history of tea production for hundreds of years and was planted by predecessors. There are wild tea trees all over the mountains, but the year is untestable, but it has existed in a century, and it may be longer. Tongmuguan mountains are re-emerged, with turquoise hills, mountains and flowers, butterflies flying, seemingly messy and unmanaged, but natural ecology It has created its excellent quality and also added a natural protective screen to the quality of the tea garden. With such an environment bred, the saying "the air is three degrees sweet" is not groundless. Tong Mu Guan Lao Cong Hong Cha, What the tea buddies miss is that mouthful of "Cong Yun". The tree that can be called "Lao Cong" is at least 50 years old, while the pure Tong Mu Guan Lao Cong Hong Cha tree is a hundred years old. This Lao Cong is based on the raw materials of the previous model. The raw material of the old tree, a century-old tree, from the trunk to the branches are covered with moss, and the gray branches are isolated. It means "dead wood comes in spring". The "fir taste" that makes tea customers fascinated is mainly derived from this. Although Lao Cong trees are tall and luxuriant, they have high environmental requirements. Lao Cong that is more than 100 years old is even rarer, so the output is very small. In addition, Lao Cong Zhong Cha is also very particular about the process, especially the fermentation process. Good or bad determines the quality and taste of tea, so good raw materials also need good craftsmanship to bring out the charm of paulownia and old fir. This dry tea sticks are fat and strong, and the color is oily and brown. It relaxes and blooms, orange-yellow is bright, and the aroma diffuses. The floral fragrance is sweet, the scent is fragrant, and there is a clear wilderness, rich in taste, sweet and mellow. It seems to confirm the saying that the air is three times sweet. After drinking, the teeth There are bursts of cool breath between the cheeks, Lao Cong has a deep and subtle flavor, which is condensed but not scattered, smoothly into the throat, and the whole body is refreshed, and the unique "Cong Yun" emerges spontaneously.