Que She is in western countries very rare and little known Rock Tea (Yan Cha). The teas name means sparrow’s tong because of it’s shape. Que She is a offspring of the famous Da Hong Pao tea bush.
Tea from Wuyi mountains
The almost inaccessible tea growing area makes industrial production virtually impossible and so this tea is still harvested by hand. The manufacturer also produces out of conviction purely biological. This is also promoted by the government since Wuyi Shan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it should remain like this. The Wuyi mountain range stretches at an altitude between 200 and up to 2058m and have a mild climate with an average temperature of 21°C.
Production in Wuyi has a thousand years of tradition and the historical knowledge about the art of tea
is passed down from generation to generation. This especial type of tea is grown by the Chen family and thanks centuries old knowledge
processed into a oolong of it’s own class. So it’s no surprise that recently two teas of the Chen family won the first place
(with Rou Gui
) and also the second place (with Shui Xian
) in the Wuyi Yancha
Championships. The Chen family produces it’s teas very traditionally
: The tea is dried and withered in baboo trays and finally roasted over charcoal fire in bamboo baskets.
Thru stronger roasting (compared with Taiwanese oolong) is this Wuyi Yan Cha durable and especially suitable for connoisseurs who prefer to store and mature special teas.
Harvest: spring 2019
Aroma: Mild with a scent of flowers
Oxidation: approx. 50%
Terroir: Guan Yin Rock, Wuyi, China.
Preparation: In this blog post you will find a description of how to brew Oolong tea in an optimal way.
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