Every 1 gram of tea for 60ml of cool water, and allow steeping a few hours in refrigerator.
Jin Bian Qi Lan is a relatively new cultivar mutated from Bai Ya Qi Lan in Fu Jian. It wasn't originally planted in the Wu Yi Mountain area, but was later discovered and migrated to Wu Yi Shan by farmers purposefully. Farmers first took a notice of its bold floral note and started to process it with a yan cha style after moving its cultivation to Wu Yi Shan. Even though Qi Lan doesn't have the same fame as Rou Gui or Shui Xian, a good Qi Lan is still treasured since its production is relatively low.
Wu Yi Shan is located in northern Fu Jian province in China and it’s the cradle for the worldwide prestigious Wu Yi Rock Teas. The traditionally processed Wu Yi rock teas tend to be more roasted, and they are famous for their roasting, peanut/nutty, spiced and sometimes floral or mineral taste. Rock tea enthusiasts also talk often about or seek “Yan Yun” 岩韵 in a tea, which means the “Rhythm of Rock”, and it’s an abstract sensation of tea drinkers sensing the energy from the rock from a Wu Yi rock tea.
Brewing Instruction Gaiwan & Teapot
Gaiwan: 3-5 secs
ceramic pot: 3 mins
Add 5gram/1 tbsp
90 C / 195 F
Top Health Benefits
Strengthening teeth & preventing tooth decay.
Lower blood sugar level & reduce high blood pressure.
Aids weight loss by suppressing the synthesis of fatty acids, which helps to stop producing higher levels of fat.
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