The taste is incredibly soft. High acidity at the end. And in a moderate bitter aftertaste.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Type: Red tea
Origin: Fujian Province
Taste: Soft, harmonious
Aroma: Chocolate, spices
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Shui Hsien 水仙茶
Shui Xian is a popular tea bush grown towards the edge of Wu Yi Shan. Due to its popularity, farmers coming to cut back the bushes to allow for higher yield of tea. The Lao Cong (Old Bush) Shui Xian, which is closer to the center of Wu Yi Shan have been allowed to grow over thirty years to create a smooth sweet tea with no bitterness. The older bushes create a slippery feeling in your throat similar to a good puer made from ancient bushes. This medium roasted tea has a dried date aroma.
This Lao Cong (Old Bush) Shui Xian was grown in the central region of Wu Yi Shan and is crafted from the leaves of bushes that have grown for thirty years or more. The leaves offer a smoother, sweeter tea than younger Shui Xian. Its medium roast imparts a jujube date aroma and a flavor that similar to good puer tea from old tea trees in that it is strongest at the back of your palate with a lush and developing finish.
This oolong tea contains caffeine, which means it is a stimulating drink, helping you to keep alert. At the same time this tea also contains an amino acid called L-theanine that helps you to stay calm and focused.
L-theanine helps to calm and soothes the nerves. So while caffeine in tea may stimulate the brain function and improve memory, L-theanine helps to relax the mind.
As an added bonus, this tea is naturally sweet with a floral and fruity flavor, which means that it does not need any added sweeteners. No additional sugar may not only help your teeth but keep your heart healthy and weight under control.
Environmental pollution and stress increase your exposure to free radicals and these harmful elements may cause damage to your skin causing premature aging. Antioxidants in tea may help to fight free radicals such as this.
Fill both the teapot and the cup about halfway with hot water to preheat them. Tilt them a bit so that the water creeps up the side and then rotate them so the insides get wet all the way around. Then pour the water out.
Put 3 teaspoons of tea leaves into the teapot. If using a different vessel, use 3 teaspoons for every 230 ml of water. Fill the teapot with 90-95ºC water.
Place the lid on the teapot and let the tea steep for 1 minute. Pour the tea into the teacups and enjoy your tea! You can get 5-10 infusions out of most varieties. Increase the steeping time 30 seconds or so for each infusion. How many infusions you do depends entirely on your taste.
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