Hand made in Guillin, Guangxi province, China by Mr Han senior and junior.
Tea Masters, tea experts and scholars Mr Han senior and Mr Han junior take the first pick of March/April to make this very fine tea, picking “one spear and one flag” top leaves.
Refreshing cut grass with marzipan notes and lingering finish.
Very small quantity production made.
Guilin “Pine Needle”
Leaf: Long “pine needle like” whole leaves with the colour of silver and deep grey/green.
Brewed colour: Clear vivid and pellucid as nephrite.
Aroma: A riparian breeze with back notes of forests and woodlands.
Taste: Clean and grassy but with drying notes of spices.