“Wu Ji” means “Fives” in Chinese. This tea is produced in a small farm in the Menghai district in 2010. The dry tea consists of medium size, dark-brown, twisted leaves, fragments, red buds and small stems. The aroma is mellow, subtle, warm. The clear liquor is red-brown.
The bouquet of brewed tea is mellow, warm, woody-nutty with roasted chestnut, corn pone and dry earth tones. The taste is rich, mild, smooth and sweetish. The aroma is warm, fruity and nutty. The velvet aftertaste is very balmy.
Wu Ji is brewed with 95-100°С water in yixing teapot for ripe puers or in a ceramic gaiwan. Take 6 gr for 100ml vessel. Make quick infusions just for a few seconds, increase the infusion time gradually. Brew this way 8-9 times. It is very nice to boil tea with milk (take 5 grams for 500 ml of liquid).
This is a good quality farm ripe puer. It is mild, deep and smooth. Wu Ji will help you to awake in the morning and relax in the evening.