Jin Jun Mei

These dark smoked tea leaves have a subtle hint of a Sweet fruit.  One of the famous original teas from Wuyi Mountains.

The Wuyi Mountains of Fujian Province in China is the birth place of many famous teas.  Considers a "Zheng Shan" or original mountain tea, this Jin Jun Mei has been popular for hundreds of years.  This is can be considered a high-end Lapsang Souchong.  Grown and harvests from wild tea trees, these dark smoky leaves have a subtle hint of sweet fruit called dragons eye.  The tea trees are grown on volcanic soil in a pristine region made up of many different plants and flowers.  Due to the purity of its terroir this tea is very rich in minerals and vitamins.

Origin: Fujian Province, China
Farmer: Wuyi Mountain Collective
Elevation: 3600-4800
Water Volume: 150 ml / 5 oz
Water Temp: 200-212 degrees
Steeping Time: 3-5 minutes
Tea Amount: 3g, 1 tbsp
Multiple Infusions: 3-5