Fenghuang single cluster is native to Fenghuang mountain, Chaozhou City, Guangdong Province. It is said that it was planted in the late Southern Song Dynasty. It has a history of more than 700 years. Tea trees grow in mountainous areas above 1000 meters above sea level. It is filled with clouds all year round, with large temperature difference between day and night. The average annual temperature is about 20 ℃ and the annual precipitation is about 1800 mm. The soil is fertile and deep, rich in organic matter and a variety of trace elements, It is conducive to the development and formation of tea polyphenols and aromatic substances. Quality features: tight rope, dark brown and shiny; The flower fragrance is high, and the aroma is rich and lasting; The tea soup is orange and bright, with unique mountain rhyme, strong taste, fresh and smooth, strong return to Ganli, and extremely resistant to bubbles!
Dahongpao, produced in Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, belongs to oolong tea with excellent quality. The climate is mild, warm in winter and cool in summer, and the annual average temperature is between 18 ~ 18.5 ℃; There is abundant rainfall. There are secluded streams and springs between the peaks and rock gullies, and the mountains are filled with clouds all year round. Most of the tea gardens are in the rock gullies and secluded streams, surrounded by mountains, with short sunshine and no wind damage. Quality features: strong appearance, green brown and oily color; The tea soup is orange and bright,; The aroma is fragrant, the cup bottom has lingering fragrance, "rock rhyme" is obvious, the taste is rich and domineering, the entrance flower fragrance lingers, the water slides back to sweet, and the leaf bottom is soft and bright!
Some people describe Icelandic tea as women's tea. The aroma of Icelandic tea is very soft. It is accompanied by tea soup. Hanging the cup is lasting without publicity. It is like a woman walking slowly, charming but not charming. The soup is golden and bright. The oral feeling of returning to Gan and producing saliva is also one of the reasons why people are infatuated with drinking tea. The leaf bottom is thick, full, thick and complete.