Mike found this tea at the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas. It is made near Keemun, so it shares many of the same flavors. However, they handle the leaves a bit differently. They make sure that the oxidation is slow and controlled so that the lovely flavors develop over hours. When the tea is rolled, some of the tea leaves are broken and cannot be sold as the more expensive Songluo curls. So their problem is your opportunity. It has many of the great flavors of its full-leaved tea, but with more body and for less money.
Songluo Mountain is located between Quimen (aka Keemun) and the city of Huangshan in southern Anhui Province.
Ingredients: Black tea.