Wuyi Lao Cong Shui Xian
This yancha (rock tea) is old bush. It's a relative to rou gui. A nice roasted flavor and high mineral content will be sure to relax; repeated brewings will bring on the state known as tea drunkenness.
ORIGIN: Wu Yi, China
Da Hong Pao
Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe) is a heavily oxidized, dark oolong tea. The real, original Da Hong Pao is hardly existed anymore because there are barely any of the original tea tree left. If any vendors told you that they have the real 100% pure Da Hong Pao, you should be extra cautious.
Our Da Hong Pao is a blend of the old tree Hua Xiang Shui Xian, Rou Gui, Qi Lan, and Qi Dan. Qi Dan is the pure Da Hong Pao cut from the original mother tree of Da Hong Pao. Mostly use Qi Dan in this blend because it has an incredible amount of energy. Qi Lan is added for the aroma; sweet, floral and rocky aroma. Rou Gui is added for the sweet, spice, and cinnamon aroma. And finally, Hua Xiang Shui Xian is added for the floral, fresh aroma. Four amazing cultivars blend into an amazing Da Hong Pao. No other Da Hong Pao blends can have the complexity of this Da Hong Pao. A pure enjoyment tea to have at any time.
Origin: Wu Yi, Fujian, China
Notes: Refreshing Minerals, Charcoal, Cinnamon, Prunes
Iron Monk Rou Gui
One of the best Rou Gui collections we have in the shop. It comes in a mini 9g pouch bag, good for two separate Gong Fu brewing sessions. We recommend to only use a Gong-Fu brewing style for this type of tea. This tea can be brewed about eight times before starting to lose its flavor.
Sweet, rocky, spiced and mineral after-taste. If you close your eyes while drinking this tea, you will feel like you are outdoor with waterfall. Because of the nature of where this tea is from, use spring water as much as you can to brew this tea to bring out the minerality of the tea even more.
Origin: Wu Yi Mountain, China
Guo Xiang Rou Gui