Bai Ji Guan, also called White Cockscomb in English, is a member of Si Da Ming Cong (the four famous Wuyi Oolong tea bushes). It is also regarded as one of the most famous Chinese oolong teas. Legend goes that one day a monk saw a rooster sacrifice its life while protecting its child from an eagle. He was moved by the rooster’s courage and then buried its dead body in the ground. However, after a few days, a tea bush grew from the spot where the rooster was buried. In the memory of the rooster, the monk gave the name of White Cockscomb to the tea bush.
Our Bai Ji Guan was made of tealeaves harvested from Tian Xin Yan, one of the famous Wuyi Zhengyan areas. The production of the tea is limited because the Bai Ji Guan tea cultivars are much fewer than the others and it requires great skill and effort to produce the Bai Ji Guan and there are not many tea masters that can do it properly today. The fresh leaves of the Bai Ji Guan Rock Oolong are yellowish dark. The brewed tea has a bright pale yellow color. The taste of the tea is sweet and uniquely fruity with a lingering mellow fruit and honey note aftertaste.
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