1. Foliage patternOnly when the growth period is as high as 100 years and above, we can be called big tree tea. The leaf texture of big tree tea is relatively clear, and the veins between the leaves are comprehensively interlaced, which feels thick to the touch, and the terrace tea leaves are relatively round. There is no heavy feeling, the leaf texture is irregular and unclear, and the gloss is much darker than that of the big tree tea.2. Look at the soup colorIt may be more difficult to observe the lines between the big tree tea and the terrace tea, but it can also be seen from the color of the soup between the big tree tea and the terrace tea. The raw tea of the big tree tea is brewed. It is yellow-brown, the ripe tea is reddish brown, while the raw tea of the terrace tea is yellow-green, the ripe tea is light reddish brown, and the big tree tea has a brown base, which is also a feature that the terrace tea does not have, which distinguishes the big tree tea from the terrace Tea, look at the color of the soup.
3. Tea tasteFrom the perspective of tea, the bitterness and bitterness occupies most of the taste, and it will have a slightly astringent taste when it is in the mouth, but it will soon feel sweet, and the body fluid can quench thirst. The better, the faster it will return to sweetness. The tea will not be weak for a long time. The difference between table tea and big tree tea is that the table tea is not resistant to brewing, thin, bitter but not sweet, and the tea does not taste at all. It is rich, and after a few brews, the terrace tea basically loses its flavor. After understanding the difference between big tree tea and terraced tea, you will know how to distinguish between big tree tea and terraced tea in the future!