Also called Tian Mu Mountain Cloud Tea. The Tian Mu mountain range, located in Zhejiang Province in China, has two main peaks that have two lakes. These lakes look like two eyes open to the sky, from which comes the name Tian Mu which means in Chinese the celestial eyes.
This tea won several awards during its existence and was known during the Tang Dynasty (618 to 907). This spring manual production, without pesticides, offers very beautiful long leaves, needle-shaped, of an intense green. The liqueur is transparent and rich, revealing a mellow, gently sweet flavor. The taste is light and deep at the same time, and without bitterness. The freshness of spring.