Shui Xian 水仙
Gentle orchid aroma and aftertaste, soft but broad texture
Shui Lian Dong, Spring 2021: An all-around classic! This vintage is broad and elegant, floral, and reserved with layered woodsy notes and fruity aftertaste.
San Yang Feng, Spring 2018: Lao Cong, extremely tender and clear texture with very pronounced Cong Wei throughout
San Yang Feng, Spring 2017: Lao Cong, this award-winning tea has a full soft body, roasty floral notes, and candied aftertaste. *The label on this vintage is wrong, it says 2018 in one place*
Jiu Long Ke, Spring 2015: Gao Cong, a classic showcase of Shui Xian. Soft and broad body with long-lasting orchid and woodsy notes from a top terroir.
San Yang Feng; Jiu Long Ke, Wu Yi Shan mountains, Fu Jian province, China (~300-500m elevation)
History and Significance
Category: Wu Long (Oolong Tea)
Sub-Category: Min Bei Wu Long (Yan Cha, Cliff Tea)
Learn How To Gong Fu Brew
This foundational course is a great resource to help you understand the methods and motions of Gong Fu Brewing.