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This Rou Gui is roasted with charcoal three times in a controlled-temperature room for over ten hours on each of the roastings. After the roasting, the flavor of the tea needs to be developed by resting the leaves over several weeks. This whole process is then repeated multiple times and can take up to a whole year to get the finished product.
This Rou Gui tea is grown in a rocky region along the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province. Since it is wild-grown, there are no chemical pesticides or fertilizers ever used.
Origin: Wuyi Mountain, China
Notes: Roasted Apple, Spicy Cinnamon, Minerals