Golden Eyebrow Lapsang Souchong. In Chinese, it is called "Jinjunmei" and is made completely of tea bud tips.
An extremely strict picking standard is set up for this tea that must be picked before "Tomb-sweeping Day" from a rare and primitive species of wild tea which grows on mountains in the National Natural Conservation Area of Wuyi Mountain with an attitude of 1500 to 1800 meters. A skilled female picker can only pluck about 2000 pieces of tea bud tips per day. For 500g golden eyebrow Lapsang black tea it requires at least 58,000 tea buds to make 500g finished product. In other words, this skilled tea picker should pluck at least 29 days, so that 500g golden eyebrow black tea can come to market.
The manufacturer of this tea rigidly adheres to the traditional hand-made processing technology of bohea lapsang tea. Golden eyebrow Lapsang has unique characteristics, such as tight, slender and gold-yellow, black tea leaf, bright golden tea liquid, mixed aromas of fruit, flower, honey, and potato.
This is the rarest Lapsang Souchong black tea in the world.
Tea variety: wild growing tea bushes in Tongmu village,
Quantity: 25 grams
Harvest time: 2010 spring
Picking standard: One bud
Shape: Tight, plump bud
Dried tea color: golden color full of beautiful fine tea hair
Aroma: freshness, high sweetness, ripe fruit aroma.
Tea liquid color: bright orange color
Taste: fresh, sweet, delicate & mellow, ripe fruit or flower taste with long aftertaste
Brewing vessel: Recommended Gaiwan, Yixing pot, glass cup or porcelain pot