Yi Xian Tian Rou Gui Wuyi Yancha Oolong Tea


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The tea is from the central area of the Wuyi Mountains, whose tea gardens are considered by many experts to be the best. The exact place where the bushes grow is the Yi Xian Tian at the beginning of the name, or Heaven's Ray. Wuyishan's Yi Xian Tian is located at the southwest end of the peaks in Wuyishan City, Fujian Province. It is the most amazing cave in Wuyi and is known as the "wonderful workmanship". Yi Xian Tian exists in a deep canyon south of Erqu of Jiuqu River. There is a majestic boulder inside, hundreds of feet long and a thousand feet high, called "Lingyan". The rock end slopes out and covers three adjacent caves: Lingyan Cave on the left, Feng Cave in the middle, and Fuxi Cave on the right. Entering the rock from Fuxi Cave, reaching the depths, and looking up, we saw a crack in the top of the rock, just like a sharp axe. It was less than a foot apart and about a hundred meters long. A ray of skylight leaked in from it. This is the breathtaking Yi Xian Tian. The tea is picked near this cave.

Our Yi Xian Tian Oolong is from old-growth tea bushes. It draws up intense minerals and nutrients from the earth, creating this tea’s full-bodied texture and lingering aftertaste. Using ancient processing techniques, tea masters lightly roast the leaves over wood charcoal to enhance this tea’s dark, opulent aromas and clear, complex flavors.

Yi Xian Tian is a robust and aggressive varietal and it has a liquor that is golden yellow and bright and the infused leaf is supple and elastic in shades of green and brown with a reddish-brown perimeter. Revel in thick, fragrant notes of warm cinnamon, spicy cocoa, dried cherry, juniper, mahogany wood, and a persistent creamy-floral, roasted-sugar aftertaste. A truly classic example of dark roasted Rou Gui.

Brewing Guide: Add 5 grams of tea leaves to fill a teapot about one-third full and rinse the leaves briefly with 205° F hot water. Pour the rinse water out and then refill the pot with hot water and let the tea steep for about 45 seconds to 1 minute. Increase the steeping time by 10-15 seconds for each subsequent brew. 


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