Jin Jun Mei tea, belonging to the black tea Lapsang Souchong raccoon branches, native to Wuyi in Fujian Province Tongmu Village. Jiang Yuanxun, the twenty-fourth generation of Kusakabe black tea inheritance, led the team on the basis of traditional crafts through innovative integration and developed a new variety of black tea in 2005 .
The reason why Jinjun eyebrow is precious is that it is handcrafted by a master tea maker in the whole process. Every 500g of Jinjun Mei tea needs tens of thousands of fresh shoots of tea buds, picking the fresh tea buds of the mountain original ecological species in Wuyishan Nature Reserve, to be completed through a series of complex withering, shaking, fermentation, rolling and other processing steps .
The appearance of Eyebrow tea is small and tight. The color is gold, yellow, black and white. Golden for the tea fluff, buds, tight tight knot, round and straight, light body weight, uniform. Open Tang golden color, water with sweet, sweet through the incense, the bottom of the flower fruity display was unable to imitate and beyond the rare quality. Special aroma, dry tea fragrance; hot soup pure and refreshing; warm soup (45 ℃ or so) maturity and delicate; cold soup clear and elegant, high and lasting. Both hot and cold drinks are smooth, with “clear, and, alcohol, thick, fragrant” features. Even brewed 12 times, the mouth is still full of sweet, after the end of the leaves stretch, sprouts fresh, beautiful show.
Jin Junmei name origin:
Jin: Jinjunmei tea uses the first spring bud to produce, mining a year, and only the Wuyishan National Nature Reserve in the tea tree raw material can be made of unique quality of authentic Jin Junmei, rare as gold, as a Top black tea, so named “jin” word;
Jun: Because of its raw materials picked in the Tongmu Village Nature Reserve in the mountains among the wild tea tree, and hope that this tea can be quickly promoted as galloping horse, so named “Jun” word;
Mei: Traditional tea are all “eyebrow” name, Jinjunmei tea buds of this material, slender tea is like eyebrows, “eyebrow” has the meanings of long-term and longevity, it is named “Mei” word.