Crab pincers are the grass parastie on the several-hundred-year-old ancient tea trees. They are considered a type of pu-erh tea because their similar characterestics. Not only do they grow on the ancient pu-er tea trees but also similar to pu-erh tea in their brewing methods. They have greater health benefits than pu-erh tea and they are more endurable. A rare and fascinating type of tea, they mostly come from the Jingmai Mountain.
The sunlight-dried crab pincers are similar to raw tea in color and turn brownish-red with preservation.
Dry tea: looks like crab pincers, hence the name " crab pincers".
Color and taste: the liquid is light yellow, mellow with a refreshing and sweet aftertaste.
Brewed leaves: Brownish-red and tough, not easily broken.