Wu Yi Yan Cha
Wuyi Rock Tea enjoys a long history. Being one of the top tea in China, it is also the forefather of Oolong tea. It played an important role in the tea development in China. During the North and South Dynasty (about 479 A.D) the tea had already been well-known. Later in Song and Yuan Dynasty it was paid as a tribute to the royal family. In the sixth year of Dade Reign in Yuan Dynasty (about 1302 A.D), a Royal Tea Garden was set up by the bank of the Fourth-bend of the river. In Ming Dynasty tea makers improved the tea-processing techniques, thus producing the oolong tea, which is the present Rock tea. In the 17th century, Wuyi tea was even sold abroad and enjoyed an even greater reputation.
Wuyi Rock Tea, with its "special rock charm and fragrance" is well-known at home and abroad. The most famous is the Big Robe Tea for it is the King of Tea.
The Wuyi Rock Tea is especially noted for its high quality, due to its natural environment of green mountains and clear waters, as well as its unique techniques. Therefore when you drink the tea, you'll fell an everlasting fragrance in your mouth. The "rock charm" of the tea has always been a delight and a desire.
The main component of Wuyi Tea is middle-sized or small-sized leaves and tea made of these leaves is called Wuyi rock-essence tea, which is the earliest Oolong Tea and the treasure of Oolong Tea. It grows in the area governed by Wuyishan City.
The meaning of Wuyi rock tea: It’s Oolong Tea with unique flavor grown in specific natural ecological environment in Mount Wuyi, bred and cultivated from proper tea trees and made with unique traditional technology.

The traditional varieties of Wuyi rock tea are: Shuixian, Rougui, Wuyicaicha, Aijiao oolong and so on.
Rare varieties: Chosen from Wuyicaicha, there are Big-Red-Robe, Tieluohan, Baijiguan, Shuijinggui, Bantianyao, Beidou and so on.
There are many kinds of Wuyi rock tea, with famous teas of several dozens. Among these kinds, the “famous plants (Mingcong)” called “the king of rock-essence tea” is the most famous and rarest.The “four most famous plants” refer to bright red gown (Da-hong-pao), ferric arhat (Tie-luo-han), white cock (Bei-Ji-Guan) and watery goldfish (Shui-jin-Gui). The bright red gown tea, the best kind among oolong and which grows on the crag of the Tianjin Rock, is clear and smells sweet after being brewed in boiled water. Besides the mellow, faint scent, the ferric arhat tea, the earliest tea in the Wuyi Mountain, has the function of fever cure. There is some other famous tea like Wuyi cinnamon.

Wuyi Yan Cha,Also called Wuyi Cliff Tea or Rock Tea, enjoys a long history. Being one of the top tea in China, it is also the forefather of Oolong tea. It played an important role in the tea development in China
The “four most famous plants” refer to Da-hong-pao, Tie-luo-han, Bai-Ji-Guan and Shui-jin-Gui.
Da Hong Pao is regarded as the King of the Wuyi Rock Tea. It's once paid as a tribute to the royal family. It's  national essence. Due to its magic fragrance, clear taste and refreshing charm, it has been well-known at home and abroad.
Four most famous plants
the “famous plants (Mingcong)” called “the king of rock-essence tea” is the most famous and rarest.
DaHongPao has a unique quality. The finished tea is seen as tight and greenish brown strips. The orange tea soup sends forth strong aroma, like the lasting fragrance of sweet-scented osmanthus. Such taste is peculiar to DaHongpao. The oolong tea can last 3 to 4 rounds of brewing. The MingCong can lost 5 to 6 rounds. The high-quality one still has aroma even after 7 rounds of brewing. DaHongPao, however, can last 8 to 9 rounds of brewing and still keep its fragrance. It is indeed the King of Teas.
The name has also been translated to: “Iron Warrior” or “Iron Warrior Monk.”
Style:the dry Tie Luo Han leaf is the “strip style” or “open leaf” shape.
Taste:The taste of the tea should be full-bodied and supple, with gentle floral notes and the traditional long-lasting finish.
 The flavor is slightly woodsy, with a smell reminiscent of something like cinnamon.  This is still on the darker roast side of the spectrum for yan has but lighter than its heavy roast sibling Da Hong Pao.
Da Hong Pao
Tie Luo Han
regarded as the King of the Wuyi Rock Tea
has a classic "rock tea" taste due to the thin layer of topsoil upon which the tea bushes grow
Unlike most Wuyi teas the leaves of this tea are yellowish rather than green or brown.the shape of the tea leaves are of ordinary Wuyi Oolong but the color is somewhat yellowish green.The shape and color of the leaves is said to look like the comb of a large cock. 
Taste:Bai Ji Guan taste is wonderfully complex. It starts off sweet, uniquely fruity with a toasty floral honeyed aroma and finishes with a lingering mellow fruit and honey note.As one of the most unique teas of Wuyi Mountain, Bai Ji Guan contains hints of chocolate maleness, a unique light keemun-like flavor, and a bit of peach, a very delicate after taste and a sense of sweetness, like English coffee.
The tea produces a bright green color when steeped and is much greener than most other Wuyi Oolong teas.

appearance:Tender and yet strong leaves are very well processed into even curly stripes. Dark color leaves with thin coat of white frosted on the surface.

taste:Strong and full tea with light touch of fruity ad flourish aroma. Compared with the other Wu Yi teas this one is more delicate, according to less intensive process of drying by fire. Long-lasting flourish aftertaste.
Bai Ji Guan
Shui Ji Gui
Bai Ji Guan is the rarest. This is because it requires great skill and effort to produce this magnificent tea
a very characteristic Wuyi rock tea, whose name literally means Golden Marine Turtle.
Tea leaves from the heartland of Wuyi Mountain, called “Zhengyan Tea”, are the most excellent among all kinds of Wuyi rock-essence tea. As these tea leaves are brewed in the water, they smell sweet and mellow for a long time and taste without bitter or acerbity. This unique sweet smell is called “Yanyun (Lasting Appeal of Rock)”.
WuYi ming cong
the “famous plants (Mingcong)” of WuYi yan cha.
Rou Gui is processed in the classic Oolong style.aditionally processed producing a dark dry leaf and a rich smell or processed according to new consumer standards, giving it a leaf of mixed color and a more fruity aroma.

Fresh and smooth.Rougui,as its name suggests, has a peppery cinnamon aroma.This pleasing and distinctive aroma and taste makes it a very popular tea. Another distinctive quality of this tea is that it can be preserved for a longer period of time, without losing its taste.
Traditional looking Oolong tea, with dark and curly tea leaves. The distinctive feature of Shui Xian tea leaves are their size, which is huge in comparison to other Oolong teas.

The infused color is very dark brown showing that the tea is a very dark Oolong. Premium Shui Xian Tea,Cultivated at a high altitude,.With its rich colour and intense aroma.Strong and full-bodied Oolong with a refreshing floral aftertaste. Aged Shui Xian have a smoother mouthfeel.
Rou Gui
Shui Xian
the name literally means Cinnamon.
Rou Gui is a very old tea type, highly prized for its rich flavours and is often served with food.
it has a heavy honey fragrance. Shui Xian can be translated as water sprite or water fairy
AiJiao Oolong tea is the top grade, with more than a century of cultural history, originating in the Jian’ou of Fujian, now produced in AiJiaoOolong tea plantations of Dongfeng Town. Oolong alias called lobular Dwarf, small plant, leafy red trim, gardenia Aroma like incense.
 AiJiao Oolong there is a feature, in addition to tea itself should be separate, but also very suitable for tea ingredients fight, fight other tea tea is not won, allowing more diverse flavor. ​
Wushandi is well-known for its produces of over 100 years fir narcissus tea with excellent quality. Most old fir narcissus trees are covered with green moss from trunk to branches and experienced a long history, and they are full of rock-essence and old fir flavor. Being so scarce and low production, fir narcissus over 100 years old is extremely valuable. The leaves of Wushandi old fir narcissus are large, thick, and fat, with brilliant green color. Thanks to its unique brown and green moss flavor, Wushandi old fir narcissus tea is very popular among lovers of Wuyi Mountain rock tea

AiJiao Oolong
Lao Cong
Shui Xian
old fir narcissus
Min Bei Oolong Tea
Tea producing areas in the North of FuJian province ,ChongAn, JianOu, JianYang, ShuiJi, Zhenghe area of Fujian ,The most well-known oolong tea is the Wuyi Yan Cha,
Also called Wuyi Cliff Tea or Rock Tea.