Zheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black Tea

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About Zheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black Tea

This black tea is produced in Tongmu Village, Wuyishan City, in Fujian province by Zheng Shan Tang. The raw material of this good-quality black tea comes from a high-mountain tea garden located above 1300 meters in Wuyi National Nature Reserve.  The tea has one bud with two leaves.

It has a hint of lychee fruity aroma with a sweet aftertaste which is popular among tea lovers due to this special character.

Appearance & Taste

Zheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black Tea

The dry tea is robust, tight and black. The tea soup is bright orange with a golden circle.

The taste of it is very mellow with a special lychee flavour. For the first bite, the tea is like normal water however the sweet and lychee taste will suddenly come from the deep side of the tea soup. If the tea soup is the sea, the sweetness of this Shui Di Xiang will rise from the sea bottom to the sea surface and directly go through your mouth and stay in the throat. That is why people call it ‘Shui Di Xiang’ in Chinese.

Taste: Lychee, Sweet

Brewing Guide

3 teaspoon(s)

98°C (125ml)

1-2 mins


6 tsp

98°C (250ml)

1-2 mins


12 tsp

98°C (500ml)

1-2 mins


  • Warm the Gaiwan with hot water; discard the water afterward
  • Add 3g of Zheng Shan Tang Shui Di Xiang Black Tea into Gaiwan
  • Pour 98°C hot water
  • Infuse tea for around 3s-5s for the first brew, then 5-10s for the second brew, extending an extra infusion time for the following brew (no more than 15s).
  • Pour the steeped tea into a serving cup and divided into small teacups and serve
  • Can repeat more than 6 times according to personal taste


Wuyi Mountain

Their home – Wuyishan Nature Reserve has a subtropical monsoon climate. This very famous natural reserve, which is 96.3% forest, provides an advantageous natural environment for growing tea. The average altitude of the main producing area is about 1,200 meters. For almost 120 days a year, it is misty. The annual average temperature is around 11–18°C and the average precipitation is about 2,000mm. The soil pH is 4.5 to 5.

Origin: Fujian

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