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Shui Xian (150g)RM 55.00 Quick View
Qiyuan – Lao Cong Shui Xian (125g)RM 75.00 Quick View
Qiyuan – Early Taste Lao Cong Shui Xian (1kg/125pack）
A vintage flavor Lao Cong Shui Xian tea made with a traditional charcoal roasted method.
Belongs to a middle fermentation tea, being wrapped manually using rice paper packaging with a traditional print.
How to Brew?
Firstly, put 1 pack of tea (8g).
Seconds, the water temperature should be at around 98°C.
Brewing time at around 20 to 25 seconds.
The liquid is in brown-orange.
A thick aroma with charcoal roasted flavor. Taste smooth, rich and and has sweet after taste.
Wuyi Rock Tea – Shui Jin Gui (100g)RM 165.00
The tea from Wu Yi is one of the finest tea type in the world. Shui Jin Gui is a middle fermentation tea with a mellow taste like Tieguanyin and the fragrance of Green tea. It is fresh, mellow, and fragrance.
The name of Shui Jin Gui, start at the end of the Qing Dynasty. It has become famous because of an expensive public prosecution. The tea tree is origin Tian Xin Yan. One day, the heavy rainfall has caused the tea tree being washed away till Niu Lan Keng. These 2 parties have provoked a prosecution for the belonging of this tea in 1919-1920. After the prosecution, Shui Jin Gui becomes famous and be praised as one of the Four Finest Tea.
Wuyi Rock Tea – Tie Luohan (100g)RM 253.00
Tie Luo Han tea, belongs to Oolong tea series. Firstly invented in Qian Long period, Qing Dynasty. Grow in the rock gap on Wu Yi mountain, the tea leaves are dark green and tight. The liquid is bright orange-yellow with red green tea leaves. A classic, elegant view.
Bai Nian Qi Yuan – Da Hong Pao (500g)RM 70.00 – RM 360.00 Quick View
Qi Yuan – Wu Yi Long Xu Tea (500g)RM 935.00 Quick View
Wuyi Rock Tea – Sweet Osmanthus (100g)RM 65.00 Quick View
Bai Nian Qi Yuan – Lao Cong Shui Xian (500g)RM 60.00 – RM 330.00 Quick View
Wuyi Rock Tea – Premium Rou Gui (100G)RM 55.00 Quick View