This Songgan comes from the high-altitude production area of Wuyi Mountain, and is made with the traditional craftsmanship of Lapsang Souchong. Affordable price is very suitable for daily ration tea. The dry tea is moist and tight, the tea soup is orange-yellow and translucent, with a slight aroma of pine smoke and fruit, and the bottom of the leaves is full and fresh. It is a Wuyi Pine Souchong black tea with excellent overall performance.
Net weight: 50g/1.76oz
Grade: Top Grade.
Type: Black tea.
Picking standard: 1 bud 2 leaves.
Origin: Small species of tea tree in Wuyishan National Nature Reserve, Fujian.
Dry tea: Black in color, slightly golden buds.
Soup: Orange bright.
Aroma: Jujube honey floral fragrance.
Taste: Obvious honey aroma in the entrance, with the aroma of jujube flowers, full taste, lasting sweetness, and fragrant teeth and cheeks.
Wet tea: Soft and bright, evenly bronzed.
How to brew?
It is recommended to use a covered bowl for brewing.
1. After warming the cup, add 3g of tea leaves and smell the aroma of the tea.
2. Add pure water around 95°C for brewing.
3. 1-4 fast rush out, do not soak. 5-7 courses soak for 5-10s, 7-10 courses about 15s. The more times of brewing, the longer the soaking time, in order to ensure the stability of the tea soup.