Tasting Notes: Slightly sweet toasty floral aroma and a lingering honey aftertaste
Region: Wuyi Mountains
According to legend, a monk named this exquisite tea after a heroic rooster who sacrificed his life to protect his baby from an eagle. The monk was moved by the rooster’s bravery and affection, so he buried him, and the Bai Ji Guan tea bush blossomed from the same spot. Today, Bai Ji Guan tea bush is one of the five famous Wu Yi’s tea bushes.