Keemun Mao Feng
“Qimen Mao Feng” or “Qimen Fur Peak ” – the top class of Keemun, the highest level in our offer. Unlike the lower classes, the leaves are not processed by machine but exclusively by hand. This makes the infusion cleaner and more balanced.
The taste is thin, fresh with a very pleasant and long aftertaste. Flower and fruit tones, lightly chocolate, are significantly represented.
The dry leaf is long, thin, slightly twisted. Multi-infusion tea more than suitable for preparation in the style of Gong Fu Cha.
Dried hawthorn berries (shan-zha, lat. Crataegus cuneata) - helps good digestion, removes fats from blood vessels, lowers blood cholesterol levels and breaks down fatty acids (which helps it lose weight), lowers blood pressure and has heart-specific antioxidant effects, which can help fight most heart diseases.
'Narcissus from the Wu Yi Mountains' - one of the most famous cliff (yancha) oolongs. It is made from the cultivar of the same name, which is harvested in late spring.
The tea soup is brown-orange, with a strong aroma, a richer taste, and a fruity sweet aftertaste. For a given price, this is also a very delicious tea, thanks to its mass production.
"King of Daffodils from the Wu Yi Mountains" - Top class of original tea in a really great design. Authentic leaves have a beautiful workmanship - straight, the same size, evenly rolled.
The aroma of dry tea, as with the proper spring Shui Xian, is devoid of any roasted tones and fire. You will feel a slight acidity and floral gentle tones in it. The leaf has a dark green color in the infusion, sweet flowers appear in the aroma, but in the cup for inhaling the scent you can also smell the basic delicate and rich aroma of all moderately oxidized oolongs, which gradually turns into a whole symphony of tones - honey, ripe fruit and thick nectar.
The tea soup color is golden yellow amber and light red. Tea has a refreshing effect, calms the mood, and the incredibly long aftertaste will keep you a pleasant experience throughout the day.
Ceratophyllum or Gynostemma is a climbing plant from the pumpkin family, which originated in southern China. Low temperature resistance to -15°C. In winter, the above-ground part disappears, but reappears in spring. It can also be planted in pots. This plant is sometimes called five-leaf ginseng or southern ginseng; it has nothing to do with real ginseng (Panax ginseng).