Ai Jiao Ooolong Wuyi Mountain Rock Oolong Tea


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Ai Jiao oolong is one of the few ancient bushes that have been cultivated in Fujian, China for more than a hundred years. According to experts, the Guilin village, Jianou city has 14 acres of 120 to 150 years-old tea garden, a total of 6090 ancient trees. It is the ancestor of Taiwan's Qing Xin Oolong and Dong Ding Oolong. It is called a dwarf because the bush measures 120cm in height which is lower than other common tea bushes in Fujian. According to history, Ai Jiao oolong was brought to Taiwan in the Qing dynasty when it was ruled by emperor Jiaqing.

Heavily roasted aroma combined with layered sweetness, and freshly air-dried tobacco leaves fragrance. Its warm and roasted cocoa notes combined with a delightful floral flavour, which is creamy and sweet. Its wood charcoal roasted method gives a profundity to this tea. Ai Jiao is a great example of this wonderful oolong: its lovely twisted brown leaves produce a rich, burnt orange-coloured liquor. You can taste the fruity, toasty, chocolate flavours that are a sign of good, traditional Yan Cha.

Ai Jiao oolong has a special feature, it could be brewed separately, and it could also be blended with other yancha and made a special mix. Ai Jiao does not dominate the flavour but adds more fragrance to your cup. It is an excellent and distinguished tea, one that provides a very different drinking experience from more common varieties of Wuyi oolong.

These are spring leaves plucked from a rare ancient tree in Wuyi mountain, a remarkable and enjoyable oolong you can find in Dragon Tea House only! This is a heavily roasted one! Heavily roasted oolong is recommended to be traditionally stored for 2-3 years before drinking. The taste of old heavily roasted Wuyi Oolong will be more smooth and rich in taste, with its excellent quality, the original aroma is kept.

Brewing Guide: Note the following key features of this tea,

Tea-Water Ratio: 1:4
Water Temperature: 100°C
Steeping Time: 30-45 seconds
Number of Infusions: 6-8
Use a Yixing teapot to bring out the best in our Wuyi Rock tea.
Combine properly. It is the right combination of tea leaves, water temperature and brewing time. that results in a good cup of tea. Keep in mind that Kung Fu Cha offers an advantage over other brewing - higher water temperature.


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