Established during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), Wuyuan County, in the city of Shangrao, boasts a history of over 1,000 years. with at least 50 old villages, it is located northeast of Jiangxi Province, and near Mt Huangshan and Jingdezhen. Because of its remote location, Wuyuan has maintained its original features for decades in terms of its natural environment, traditional lifestyles, ancient customs and typical Hui-style architecture. The village is widely hailed as the most scenic of China’s countryside.
Jiangxi grows tea, like each of the six provinces it borders, although it is significantly less well-known internationally than the bordering provinces like Anhui, Fujian, and Zhejiang. Nestled in the foggy Wuyuan Mountains along with China’s green tea golden triangle, Dazhangshan mountain maintains a reputation for growing exceptional tea. On top of the humid climate, rich soil, and heavy rainfall make fertile land for growing tea.
Wuyuan black consists of medium-sized, twisted leaves. Wuyuan black brews a brilliant reddish-brown cup with a full-bodied, light, toasty flavor. Its infusion features a smooth slightly roasted quality. Well-composed and elegant, our great taste Wuyuan black from Jiangxi has an exotic flavor profile with an extraordinarily sweetish juicy finish.
Brewing Guide: put 5 grams of tea in a teapot, then pour 85-90°C boiled water into the teapot. standard steeping time is 30 seconds. With a short steeping time, the tea will be light and sweet, perfect to drink plainly. With a longer steeping time, we advise adding milk, honey or lemon. This tea can be brewed for several rounds.