The Li Family hand picks high-elevation spring-fed tea from their misty plot in the Wuyi Ecological Preserve. Their biodiverse plantings, and careful hand-finishing win them awards year after year.
roasted squash, olive oil
savory - roasted squash, olive oil
fruit - tamarind
spice - maple, cinnamon
savory - marcona almond
Wuyishan Ecological Preserve Fujian
Gua Zi JinTea
This beautiful oolong smells like roasted pumpkin seeds and semolina right out of the bag. As we start steeping, we pick up herbaceous & complex rosemary notes along with white pepper & toasted burdock. As the tea opens up, its true nature starts to show with rich candied citrus peel and warm marigold. Through multiple infusions, the tea remains tightly composed, bright and sunny. As the aftertaste builds up, you can taste the beautiful stoney minerality of Wuyishan and the Li Family’s rocky soil.
'When you make tea, the craftsman has to sense that the tea is great'
5 g.6-8 oz.use
205° watersteep 12 secondsresteep many times add 8 sec. each infusion
7 g.6 ozuse 205° watersteep 5 seconds add 3 sec. per steepingenjoy many steepings