ORIGIN: Wuyishan, Fujian, China
DESCRIPTION:The source of the world black tea in Wuyi Mountain, when it comes to laocong black tea from Tongmuguan in Wuyi Mountain, its fragrance, woody taste, mountain atmosphere and mellow soup feel cannot be compared with laocong black tea in other regions. As the birthplace of world black tea, Tongmu Village, The Lao Cong of Gu Wang Keng is particularly outstanding.
PS: "Lao Cong black tea refers to black tea made from ancient semi-arbor-shaped tea trees grown in Wuyishan National Reserve at an altitude of more than 1200 or in wild mountain forests according to the processing technology of Zhengshan Souchong black tea".
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse brings you a Lao Cong black tea from Gu Wang Keng, Tongmuguan. The tea garden is 1200 meters above sea level. The tree species is vegetable tea, and the tree age is about 160 years old. As soon as I entered it, I was overwhelmed by its full flavor and fir smell.
After opening the package, you can see that the dry tea is black and oily in color, with tight strands, very clean and even; after brewing, the tea soup has a very beautiful amber color, accompanied by a long aroma of wood and wildflowers; take a sip , the smooth taste quickly spreads in the mouth with the sweet and smooth taste, and at the same time, you can feel the very obvious fir taste and charm. Sip it carefully, as if talking to an experienced elder. The bottom of the leaves is reddish brown and oily, and the hand feel is very soft. In addition, this tea is very resistant to foaming, and there is still a fragrance after 8 brews. The outstanding quality of this Lao Cong black tea comes from its unique natural conditions and the ingenious craftsmanship of the maker. Because it is located in the Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve, the tea trees are under wild management throughout the year without fertilization. , No farming, only artificial weeding once a year, completely let the tea tree integrate with nature to the greatest extent. Therefore, this tea has an obvious ecological taste, which is the game that many tea lovers say.