The gold medal Rou Gui belongs to Wuyi Rock Tea in the oolong tea and is the winning product in the competition of tea competition held in the Wuyi Mountain area. The gold medal Rou Gui is superior in raw materials, craftsmanship and quality, and has attracted much attention. It has won many gold medals for its distinctive aroma, rich internal substances and outstanding performance.
The gold medal Rou Gui is made by picking the tender buds of the first bud, two leaves or three leaves of the ancient tea tree, and it is made by withering, greening, fixing greening, rolling, baking and other processes. This tea with high oxidation (40%) allows you to discover its distinctive flavors, evoking cinnamon and stewed ripe fruits, on a wooded base.
Once infused, large leaves produce amber liquor with a roasted aroma. Bold, dominating, and spicy, this Rou Gui embodies the classic masculinity one seeks in a satisfying Rou Gui. The sweet, juicy character has mineral and floral notes with a lingering aromatic and fruity finish. The gold medal Rou Gui has a signature flavor full of rock-essence that lingers in the mouth.
Brewing Guide: Place 1 teaspoon of loose leaf tea in a gaiwan or teacup. Heat water to between 95 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit and pour into the gaiwan. Steep for 1 minute. When steeping is done, strain the tea and enjoy!