Lu Shan Yun Wu is grown and produced exclusively in Lu Shan (Cloud and Mist) Mountain, Jianxi. According to local records, it was initially collected and planted on Mount Lu by monks living in the temple there.
This tea has bee traced back more than 1,500 years to the Tang dynasty (618-907)
Lu Shan Yun Wu is one tea that is mentioned by Lu Yu in The Classic of Tea circa 762 and upon tasting you will know why. This tea has a nice brothiness to it. While savoring this brew you will experience slight toasty walnut and buttery asparagus flavors. This tea exclaims just enough vegetable nuance without going overboard.
This is a great value tea that offers full body, yet subtle flavors. The mouth will sense a comforting broth and the aromas, soothing.