Origin: Lao Mountain, Qingdao, Shandong Province
Harvest time: 2023 May
Material: tender bud and 1 leaf
- dry tea strips are thick and sturdy, with slight golden hair, lustrous pitch-balck color
- brilliant red tea soup
- high and sharp, and maltose flavor fragrances
- thick, heavy and strong sweet tastes
- wet tea is consistent red, fat and thick
Laoshan tea enjoys a high reputation among green teas in China, and is highly praised by consumers as the “first famous tea in the north of the Yangtze River”. Laoshan tea, as the northernmost green tea in China, has the characteristics of long growth cycle, excellent quality, and rich tea flavor. The finished tea is curly, fresh, and has a strong chestnut aroma.
The spiritual quality of Laoshan tea. There are countless Taoist legends and stories about “springs” and “pools” in Laoshan, and these beautiful cultural heritages are inevitably related to the water of Laoshan. There is an old saying among the people of Laoshan that goes, “There are countless difficulties that cannot be separated from Laoshan.” The emotions behind this should also be inseparable from the unique “Immortal Mountain and Holy Water” of Laoshan. Famous mountains and waters breed famous tea. The unique culture of Laoshan endows Laoshan tea with unique cultural value.