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Join Us For 3 Famous Oolongs From Wu Yi Mountain
Join Us For 3 Famous Oolongs From Wu Yi Mountain

Fri, Jun 21



Join Us For 3 Famous Oolongs From Wu Yi Mountain

A one-time event! An exclusive tea tasting event featuring three of the finest oolong teas from the renowned Wuyi Mountain region in China. Tea master Wayne skillfully brews each tea to bring out the best and most delicate flavors. Taste all these famous teas have to offer! Only 3 seats available.

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Time & Location

Jun 21, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Atlanta, 1385 English St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318, USA


About the Event

We have purchased 3 different high grade teas from Wu Yi mountain. Once they're gone, they're gone - and we only have enough for one brewing of each. Be one of the lucky people who gets a seat to experience these fantastic and unique teas. We don't even have extra to sell - it's that rare!

The three exceptional high grade oolongs in this session will be Qi Lan, Shui Xian and Rou Gui, all from the famed Wu Yi Mountain in Fujian Province, China. 


Wuyi rock oolongs, hailing from the majestic Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province, China, are revered for their exceptional quality and complex flavors. These teas, grown in the mineral-rich, rocky terrain, absorb the unique terroir of the region, resulting in a distinctive taste that tea enthusiasts cherish. Each sip of Wuyi rock oolong offers a harmonious blend of floral, fruity, and roasted notes, complemented by a smooth, lingering aftertaste that captivates the palate. The traditional processing methods, including meticulous withering, rolling, oxidation, and charcoal roasting, enhance the tea's aromatic profile and depth. Varieties like Rou Gui, with its signature cinnamon aroma,  Shui Xian, known for its sweet, honey-like fragrance, and Qi Lan with its distinctive orchid like fragrance showcase the diverse and sophisticated nature of Wuyi rock oolongs. Rich in antioxidants and believed to promote relaxation and digestion, these teas are not only a sensory delight but also a boon for health. Embodying centuries of Chinese tea culture, Wuyi rock oolongs are a testament


Qi Lan (奇兰) rock tea is a type of Wuyi rock tea (武夷岩茶), which is a renowned category of oolong tea from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province, China. It's cultivated in the rocky terrain of the Wuyi Mountains, which contributes to its unique mineral-rich flavor. The region's climate and soil conditions are ideal for producing high-quality oolong tea. This tea is known for its distinctive orchid-like fragrance and a smooth, rich taste. The flavor often includes floral and fruity notes, with a slight sweetness and a lingering aftertaste. It has a balanced astringency and a complex aroma that tea connoisseurs highly appreciate. Qi Lan rock tea is delightful for those who appreciate the complexities of oolong tea and the unique terroir of the Wuyi Mountains.

Shuixian - 水仙 (Water Immortal) is another type of famed WuYi rock tea.  Shui Xian tea is known for its robust, full-bodied flavor with floral and fruity notes. It often has a sweet, honey-like aroma with a smooth, lingering aftertaste. The tea can also have a slight mineral taste due to the rocky soil in which it is grown.  Wuyi rock teas, including Shui Xian, have a long history and are highly valued in Chinese tea culture. Shui Xian, in particular, is prized for its rich flavor and aromatic qualities and is often enjoyed during traditional Chinese tea ceremonies. Its rich taste and aromatic profile make it a favorite among tea enthusiasts.

Rougui - 肉桂 (Cassia Bark)  tea is famous for its distinctive cinnamon aroma and flavor, which is what its name (Rou Gui translates to "cinnamon") implies. The tea has a robust, sweet, and slightly spicy taste with a smooth, lingering aftertaste. It also has floral and fruity undertones, adding to its complexity. Its rich, spicy-sweet taste and aromatic profile make it a popular option among tea connoisseurs.


  • Wu Yi Rock Oolong Tea Tasting

    Join us to sample these high grade teas from the famous Wu Yi mountains.

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