This tea is a further jewel from the immense treasure vault of Chinese specialties. For more than 100 years, this tea has been produced in the southeast of the Chinese mountains at an altitude of about 3,300 feet (1,000 m). After the traditional hand plucking, this tea is only fermented for a very short time in order to save the tea's "green soul". The very homogeneous leaf of a light green color offers a further particularity in the silvery, shimmering back of the leaf. The thorough "two leaves and a bud" plucking is clearly visible. The cup shimmers light green with a slight shade of champagne. The taste is spicy with a mild, slightly fruity note. A very special treat.