The scenery around the Li River is one of the largest and most beautiful karst areas in the world. The river originates in the mountains of Mao-er in southern China. There are many breathtaking places in the whole area along its course, which are often visited by tourists. These include, for example: The Rock of the Reed Flute, the Park of the Seven Stars or the Hill of the Elephant Trunk and the Mountain of Beautiful Shades.
Li Jiang Mao Jian
“Fluffy tips from Lijiang” – Carefully processed tea of a small slightly twisted leaf with a significant proportion of thin silvery tips. Slightly yellowish infusion full, sweetly fruity and refreshing smooth taste with a sweetening aftertaste.
The tea was collected & processed completely by hand (tips and two fine leaves) and is made from one of the earliest cultivars of Qun Ti Zhong (a group of gardens), which is also considered one of the highest quality. The tea comes from the gardens above (700 m above sea level) around the Li River near the city of Guilin (Guilin).