Bu Jian Tian, "Lost The Sky", is an old cultivar, one of the first grown on Wuyi Moutnain. It is named after the condition of the original nine plants found growing under a jutting cliff, along Liu Long Stream. A waterfall flows down the cliff, collecting in a small pond below. The original inhabitants of Wuyishan planted tea bushes here, where the climate is dark, damp, cool, and the sky is obscured. A profound aroma surrounds the leaves, which exhibit classic minerality and floral notes, with a persistent sweetness.