It is believed that this famous tea is cultivated only in the most picturesque places – and it's true! All famous Chinese teas, one way or another, are associated with amazing landscapes. And this tea is no exception. The clouds frozen on the mountain peaks of Mogan and the area's fertile soil are the birthplace of this rare variety. This tea cannot be produced successfully every year, as it is very sensitive to weather and climate conditions, making it especially rare.
For this tea, only delicate tea buds and upper leaves are collected. The process is similar to other yellow teas: wilting, crushing, languishing and drying. Once brewed, the resulting drink is a rich yellow color. To emphasize this bright shade, it's recommended to drink this tea from white porcelain tea ware. Reflected on the thin walls of tea bowls, this tea will create a warm sunny mood. It is said that if the drink is brewed according to the right procedure, then a translucent pink edging will form on the walls of the cup.