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I got this in Imperial Tea shop in Ferry Bldg of San Francisco…don’t know the producer’s name. owner said it is mao jian type. The leaves are very green, slender, pretty, unlike typical brownish leaves. it has an aroma of refreshing grassy aroma. it tastes smooth, light, and refreshing…overall, quite light, after steeping twice, it tastes almost like water…So i guess low-caffeine. i feel very refreshed

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@ligongsf

i can’t upload my picture here, tried 3 times. my pic is in my computer…very frustrated

Terri HarpLady

I hate when that happens! Probably if you go back later & edit you’ll be able to get the pic to upload :)

boychik

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@ligongsf

i can’t upload my picture here, tried 3 times. my pic is in my computer…very frustrated

Terri HarpLady

I hate when that happens! Probably if you go back later & edit you’ll be able to get the pic to upload :)

boychik

imperial tea court images copyrighted.

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relearning about tea, in a modern way…I meant I grew up in China, now in US (mostly San Francisco) for 18 years, did grad school in social science at Stanford and work in silicon valley. I feel calm and wise enough now to learn sipping tea in a new way. I observe interest in tea has been growing in US. But I don’t know if people are more interested in pure tea leaves or blended flavored teas.

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