Location: Shui Liang dong 水濂洞( In the Wuyishan Nature Reserve)
Harvest date: 2023.May.3rd
Tea bush : The bushes is about 60 years
Baking level: lower-Medium roasting (two times roast )
Meizhan, a clonal variety, originated in Lutian(芦田）, Anxi county（the origin place of Tie guanyin oolong). It has been cultivated for more than 100 years and was recognized as a national variety in 1985. It was introduced into Wuyishan around the late Qing Dynasty.
Dry tea: thick and even, with dark brown color and good clarity.
Soup color: orange, slightly dark, clear and bright.
Wet leaf: yellow and brown in color, even, thick, soft and active.
Aroma: Chimonanthus praecox, plum, sandalwood and wood are fragrant and long. Taste: mellow, moist and soft. The taste is delicate and bony,
The 1-2 infusion :plum fragrance and wintersweet fragrance, which is fresh, sharp and elegant, and sweet and sweet.
The 3rd-6th road, the sweet smell of plum blossoms began to appear, and the entrance was combined with very clean earthy feel . The taste is mellow, soft, sweet and full, with obvious characteristics of woody fragrance and plum fragrance. Fragrance are lasting and strong, quiet and pleasant.