Ben Shan 本山 Oolong Tea
Ben Shan 本山 Oolong Tea is an exquisite tea handpicked from the Ben Shan Mountains of Fujian, China. It has a robust flavor, with a lightly fruity and floral aroma. This oolong offers a smooth and creamy texture, as well as a lingering aftertaste which makes it a great accompaniment to any meal.
Tea Name:Ben Shan 本山 Oolong Tea
Other names:Se Zhong Oolong
Taste:Our latest harvest of supreme Ben Shan is the best grade of Ben Shan from An Xi. The supreme grade has a emerald color, fresh, invigorating orchid flavor with a sweet, lingering finish.
Appearance: The shape of the leaf is ellipse, and the surface is ridgy. It has a similar taste as Tie Guan yin but a light, floral, orchid flavour.
Origin:An Xi,Fujian Province
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
Brewing Guide:We recommend using Chinese Yixing (purple clay) or porcelain Tea ware. Rinse Tea cup and Teapot with hot water. Fill the Teapot 1/4 to 1/3 full with Tea leaves, or 2 grams of Tea leaves for every 150ml of water if you are not using Yixing Teapot. Steep Tea leaves in hot water at 100°c (212°F) for 1 minute for the first and second brewing. Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing.
Ben Shan Oolong Tea, lightly oxidized, comes from Anxi County, Fujian Province. Ben Shan Oolong Tea is from its own variety, one of the 12 grown in the Tea-rich region. The branch are strong and heavy, the peduncle are bright and thin it look like "the node of the bamboo" but have a little tine, the color of liquor is orange.Se Zhong oolong, literally colored species oolong, are planted in the south area of Fujian province. Ben Shan was discovered by a guy called Yuan Xing in 1870, thus it has another name, Yuan Xing species. It is now one of the four most popular oolong in Anxi. There about 16,000 acres of Ben Shan Tea gardens in Xi Ping, Hu qiu, Peng Lai, Sahng Qing, Chang Keng and Lu tian town.