One of the four famous historical Wuyi fir. It was famous in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties. Tea shaped like a cock's crown, so the name "Bai Ji Guan".
The aroma of the tea is pure and elegant. The taste of the tea is pure and smooth, with a sweet aftertaste, and a very rich rhythm with no bitterness and astringency.
Teaware: Purple Clay, Porcelain or Glass Utensil
Amount of tea: 8g
Water temperature: 95°C - 100°C
Steep time: 12 - 20 seconds
Net weight: 8g x 15
Ingredients: WuYi Cliff Tea
Storage: Store in a dry, cool, shaded, well-ventilated, and odourless place.