Jin Jun Mei Black Tea Enjoyable Luxury Gift Box
Net weight: 500 Gram/17.64 Ounce - 5 x 100 Gram Tin Boxes.
Type：Pure Bud Black Tea
What is the Aroma?
A compound aroma of fruit, flower, and honey, sweet in water with a pleasing fragrance.
What is the taste?
Fresh and sweet.
Where does it come from?
Tongmuguan, Wuyi Mountain National Nature Reserve. China
What makes this tea different?
Zheng Shan Tang: the founder of Jin Jun Mei.
Created by Mr. Jiang Yuanxun-The 24th generation successor of Lapsang souchong
Quality and Authenticity guarantee
Select the buds from only 1200-1500 meters above sea level.
3,400 to 4,500 buds need to make one ounce of Jin Jun Mei.
Dry: Symmetry and tight; gold alternating with black and black in the majority.
Wet: Bright, unfolded, fresh, and bronzed.
Golden, transparent, clear, with gold
Brewing Guide: 100°C (212°F)
Lapsang Store Loose Black tea don't add other materials. Tea Buds and leaves all picked from Organic Nature tea origins.
In Lapsang Store. Not only different origins. Different Black Tea also have different picked standard, which determine its value in large extent.
Tea buds: The young buds and stems contain the most theanine. It is the main ingredient of black tea freshness
Effect: Theanine is the main amino acid in tea, black tea is the main component of Xianshuang, there are caramel aroma and flavor similar to MSG heavy and mellow, can ease the bitter taste, enhance sweetness.
Physiological function: Can promote nerve growth and improve brain function, enhance memory and immunity. Theanine is also dedicated to helping humans resist Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease, lowering blood pressure, increasing beneficial intestinal flora, and reducing plasma cholesterol.
Leaf: Contains more tea polysaccharides,
Effect: makes the tea sticks tight and oily, and the soup feels sweet and full-bodied. It can form a sweet taste of tea soup, and can also form some special aromas, such as sweet aroma, caramel aroma or chestnut aroma.
Physiological function: Tea polysaccharides have many physiological functions such as radiation protection, anticoagulation, antithrombosis, lowering blood sugar and enhancing immunity.
Leaves Maturity: tea polyphenols is one of the main components that form the color and fragrance of tea
Effect: General term for polyphenols in tea. and
The higher the maturity of buds and leaves: the less tea polyphenols, the worse the quality of black tea.
Physiological function: Tea polyphenols have anti-oxidation, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, lowering blood sugar, lowering blood lipids, anti-cancer and anti-mutation effects!
Fresh Leaves: The tea mainly contains three alkaloids: caffeine, theobromine and theophylline. The content of dry matter (2%-4%) in caffeine is the highest, which is an important flavor in tea.
The thicker and older the leaves are, the less the alkaloids have.
Effect: The substance has a bitter taste and has a refreshing taste after being associated with theaflavins.
Physiological function:The alkaloids in tea can slightly stimulate the human cerebral cortex to relieve fatigue. At the same time, it will slightly stimulate the gastrointestinal system to help digestion and diuresis. Of course, in addition, it also has conventional health care methods such as strengthening the heart to relieve spasm and relax smooth muscle.