A tea known for its unique name and remarkable characteristics. The name "Spring Meadow of Wild Flowers" conjures up a vivid image of a fresh and vibrant landscape. The tea itself is lightly fermented, with a subtle hint of fresh herbs.
The Ya Shi tea is renowned for its spring floral fragrance, and this particular batch goes beyond that reputation. It's noted to possess depth in flavor, exhibiting strength and a lasting yun (a term used to describe the lingering sensation and flavor after each sip).
A well-balanced tea that combines the qualities of a lighter green floral oolong with a thickness and nourishing quality. The interplay of these attributes creates a captivating tea experience.
It's recommended to use very good quality filtered water, specifically reverse osmosis filtered water, for brewing this tea. Spring water is noted to suppress the fragrance of the tea, while tap water is discouraged for use in brewing.