Normally very little tea from China's south-central province of Guizhou makes it into the tea-spotlight. It actually does produce a fair amount of green tea, but the best of which is commonly consumed by the people of Guizhou; adding a bit of mystery to these more famous teas, such as Dou Yun Mao Jian.
Dou Yun Mao Jian is often confused with Bi Luo Chun, but three famous 'yellow' characteristics are what sets it apart: Yellower leaves, bright yellow leaves when wet and a yellow-tinged infusion. But taste is a whole different story altogether. The Dou Yun Mao Jian has an entirely sweet and well-rounded taste that vastly differs from the darker and more complex Bi Luo Chun, making it a delicious and inspiring green tea!