Shui Jing Gui Oolong tea is one of Wuyi most appreciated rock tea: Shui Jing Gui Oolong tea, which means “Golden Water Turtle” and comes from Wu Yi Shan, Guangdong Province. The picking time for this tea begins in early May. It’s a strong and rich tea with a well balanced distinct fruity and flowery taste and aroma. Leaves are curled and dark and liquor has a green-amber color.
PLACE OF ORIGIN:
Wuyi oolong tea, like Shui Jing Gui Oolong tea, is also known as Rock Tea or Yancha and is produced in northern Fujian.
PRODUCTION: the tea leaves in this family are long and curly rather than ball-shaped, and are more oxidized and roasted than Tie Guan Yin. Wuyi tea is not a single tea variety but refers to collective tea grown on the Wuyi Mountain.
Wuyi tea has the highest amount of polyphenol which is a natural antioxidant that comes in the tea. Many signs of aging include dark spots, wrinkled skin, roughness and related blemishes-people have reported a decrease of these symptoms with regular drinking of Oolong tea. Typically, a cup of authentic Wu Yi tea has between 20 and 40 mg of polyphenols. This is more than most vegetables that are considered high in antioxidants. There are a few varieties of Oolong tea, but most of them have the same health and weight loss benefits that aid in preventing or reversing aging.
we recommend using Chinese Yixing (purple clay) or porcelain teaware. Rinse tea cup and teapot with hot water. Fill the teapot half-full with tea leaves, or 2 grams of tea leaves for every 150ml of water if you are not using a Yixing teapot. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 90 °C for 10 seconds for the first brewing. Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing. We recommend to make 5 brewing.
we recommend to store in a cool, dry and dark place.