Somewhat bland loose shu pu. Lasts only 5-6 infusions, not very high on cha qi or hui gan. Since its not that strong in flavour it serves as a decent daily drinking tea, best enjoyed with dim sum or similar snacks.
It comes from Bulang Mountain tea-growing areas Yunnan China , tea after fermentation, pure taste, no bitter taste, there are sweet, liquor color red, like wine, like! Very attractive!
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