Jin Suô Shi means the golden key. It is not easy to find information as to why it is name as such but some guessed it is from the slight golden color of the leaves. These pretty golden leaves of the Jin Suô Shi are thicker than many Yancha and if not process well, not only does the unique aromas of the leaves never appear, it may even turn sour very quickly. Tea master who processed this batch of Jin Suô Shi have many years of experience with this tea, knowing perfectly every steps and for him, he likes to roast this tea a little heavier. The roast is obvious in this Yancha, blending well with a good rock rhyme. This is a floral Yancha that lingers. Very good now and also in good condition to enjoy slowly, over time as it ages.
Terroir: Yu Loong Ku (玉龍谷), meaning “Jade Dragon Valley”
Season - Spring
Roasting Level - Higher than Medium
Roasting Method - Traditional Charcoal Roasting
Processing - Half Handmade (Machine Rolling)
Elevation - Around 500m
Picking - Up To 4 Leaves