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Rou Gui 肉桂

Yan Cha (Cliff Tea)

Rou Gui 肉桂

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Yan Cha - Cliff Tea.jpg

Rou Gui 肉桂

from 14.00

Ma Tou Yan, Wu Yi Shan (2016)

Liu Xiang Jian, Wu Yi Shan (2016)

Huang Bai, Wu Yi Shan (2013)

One of the two staple varietals of Wu Yi Shan, Rou Gui is often compared in juxtapose with Shui Xian for its bold, sharp and upward profile.

Rou Gui is sharp, upward, with notes of cinnamon spice, hence the name ("rou gui" means "cinnamon"). It is significantly more floral and slightly bitter compared to Shui Xian. A good Rou Gui has hints of cream in the lingering aroma. Rou Gui is often considered the masculine or Yang half in comparison to Shui Xian.


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  • standard gaiwan size is 110ml
  • for detailed brewing instruction, please check our brewing guide