Zhengshan Souchong tea
The real paulownia black tea is thick and firm in shape, dark in color, and thick in soup after soaking in water. Liquid color is more brilliant. The finished tea has a tight and even shape, iron-green with brown color, oily and moist, with natural floral fragrance, not strong fragrance, fine and subtle, mellow and sweet taste, obvious throat rhyme, and orange-yellow and clear soup color.
Anti-inflammatory and bactericidal effect;
Refreshing and anti-fatigue effect;
The effect of promoting body fluid and clearing away heat;
Antioxidant delays aging;
Nourishes and protects the stomach;
【Distribution of tea areas】
The origin of Zhengshan Souchong is initially defined as 117°38’6’~117°44’30’N latitude 27°41’35”~27°49’00”. With a radius of 565 square kilometers, it extends to Masu in the east, Hangdun in the west, Pikeng and Guwangkeng in the south, and Tongmuguan in the north. The production area is still centered on Tongmuguan, and there are also highland tea gardens at the junction of Chong’an, Jianyang, and Guangzhuang counties.
The production area is surrounded by mountains on all sides, with high mountains and deep valleys, and the climate is cold. The foggy area has the climatic characteristics of low temperature, high precipitation, high humidity and long foggy days. There are more than 100 foggy days, cloudy and foggy all day between spring and summer, 1200-1500 meters above sea level, warm in winter and cool in summer, large temperature difference between day and night, average annual temperature of 18C, short sunshine, long frost period, sufficient soil moisture, fertile and loose , with high organic matter content.
●Product category: Zhengshan Souchong
●Sales method: Bulk
●Materials and ingredients: black tea tea green
●Net content (specification): 500 (g)
●Shelf life: 36 (months)
●Storage method: sealed
Lapsang Souchong, also known as Lapu Mountain Souchong, belongs to the black tea category. It was first created in Tongmu area, Chong’an County, Fujian Province. It is the earliest black tea in the world, also known as the originator of black tea, with a history of more than 400 years.
The tea is smoked with pine needles or pine wood and has a very strong aroma. Because of smoking, the tea leaves are gray-black, but the tea soup is dark amber. The origin of Zhengshan Souchong is in Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, and it is protected by the origin.