One of the most mystical stunning tea fields in Wuyishan (Wuyi Mountains in Chinese), the Dragon Gulch represents a classic “Kun Jian” terroir that makes Wuyishan a top tier tea-growing district in the world. In Chinese tea culture, Wuyishan is legendary for inventing Oolong and Black tea. According to local myths, Wuyishan is a place where Chinese immortals come to sip tea. This mystical region has been producing tea for more than two thousand years. The giant karsts on both sides form a narrow tunnel of tea field about a mile long. This unexpected shot – thanks for the sudden change of weather – captures the imagination. We want to share this amazing gift of nature with all the tea lovers!
The Little Dragon Gulch produces magnificent Oolong tea and belongs to Duer, a gifted female teamaker. We are proud to offer a limited supply of Duer’s exclusive Supreme Oolong tea for your tasting. DA HONG PAO from Wuyi Mountains is the most expensive tea in the world. How expensive? 75 times of gold!
Oolong tea is imbued with a golden elixir, and it’s a pure joy to taste. Learn more about the amazing health benefits of oolong tea in our blog.
About the Poster
Printed on Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper, this movie poster is between a gloss and matte finish, providing you with a highly saturated look and maximum ink coverage.
- Poster size: 24″ x 36″
- 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
- Paperweight: 7.67 oz/y² (260 g/m²)
- Slightly glossy
- Fingerprint resistant
- Blank product sourced from Japan
*** Important Note ***
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