Zhou Gui 肉桂 Cinnamon Region: China, northwest of Fujian province Description: Some say that this tea originally appeared on the Hui Yuan cliff, others - that at the peak of Ma Zheng. But anyway, this tea is undoubtedly a variety of tea tree, originally grown in Wuyishan. More than a hundred years have passed since its discovery. Due to the fact that its quality is excellent and its characteristics are stable, it not only turned into a leading tea variety in Wuyishan, but also spread widely outside of it, forming a remarkable branch among the Oolong teas. Taste, aroma: The taste is thick, rich, with pleasant astringency and tenderness, with a rich spicy-sweet aftertaste, with light fruity notes. The aroma is clean, bright and sweet, with notes of bread and dried fruits. Useful properties: Zhou Gui is able to prevent the occurrence of headaches, it also helps to eliminate existing headaches, it perfectly protects against caries. It is also very useful for the liver. Zhou Gui protects the genitourinary system from the development of inflammatory processes and infections. Some history. Zhou Gui was recognized as imperial tea in the Qing Dynasty, however, in China itself popular fame came to this tea in the mid-19th century, and nowadays Zhou Gui is still considered one of the best rock oolongs. Brewing method: to brew this tea, you should use porcelain gaiwan, a porous clay teapot or glassware. The proportions of tea to water: 4-5 grams per 150 ml, pour water no more than 90 ° C. For the first time, it is enough to brew for 6-8 seconds, then you can enjoy the drink. Tea is able to keep its refined aroma and taste for up to 4 or more brewings.