Cultivated in the AN XI region, Fujian Province in China .
Resembling a Ti Kuan Yin, the whole, very dark and rolled leaves are slightly fermented (11 to 15%) unfolding elegantly in the cup.
Sweet and herbaceous tasting makes this varietal very refreshing.
The clear liquor, with sweet and fruity notes facilitates digestion....this might simply be because it remains a predominant wulong in China due to its taste and very affordable price.
Enjoy at the end of a meal and let us know in the comments!