Brewing difficulty: General difficulty.
Best season to taste: Summer.
Origin: Hunan, Hubei Province and other places.
Shape: long and square brick-shaped with dark and brown color.
Liquid: red brown or brown orange, clear and bright.
Aroma: fragrance of bacteria flowers.
Taste: mellow and soft.
Brewed tea leaves: Dark brown, thick and coarse, mostly are black and brown.
Weight: 400 g (14 oz)
Shape: flat brick face, clear angular, and consistent thickness. The germinating flowers are generally corpulent. The surface of the special Fuzhuan tea is dark brown and that of the general is yellow brown.
Tea quality: the aroma is pure and the liquid is orange yellow. The special tea tastes mellow whereas the general tastes pure without astringency. Fuzhuan tea soup is red but turbid, fragrant but coarse, with thick taste but astringency. The taste is thick and it is resistant to infusions. The tea must be filled with lush bacteria flowers, generally called "golden flower".
Brewing method: instant drinking or boiling. For instant drinking, use a metal pot. For boiling, use an iron pot you can drink alone or mix with milk, honey and so on.