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This is a really excellent first flush spring green, super fresh, perfectly smooth, and deliciously sweet. The tea is very tippy (like 2/3 buds) and the dry appearance looks sort of like a Bai Mu Dan, but larger leafed and much much greener. It starts off light, thick, and smooth, with a crisp green sparkling sweetness a bit like a pre-ming dragonwell, and as the leaves unfold in later infusions more of the traditional yunnan green nuttiness comes out. It also seems to last forever, going on and on for way way more infusions than green tea has any right to, even compared to other yunnan greens. A really stunning super fresh spring green and ridiculously good value. The soft fuzzy sweetness that fills and coats the mouth lingers for hours long after the tea is gone.

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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec
boychik

I really liked this tea. Great for spring and summer

sansnipple

It’s so good, easily beats greens like 8x the price, these inexpensive yunnan greens make people shelling out for dragonwells and similar look like total chumps. The soft fuzzy sweetness from this fills and coats the mouth and lingers for an hour or more long after the tea is gone.

boychik

Agree. I’m glad I picked it . I think I told you I copied your order. Still waiting for my order fr China.

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boychik

I really liked this tea. Great for spring and summer

sansnipple

It’s so good, easily beats greens like 8x the price, these inexpensive yunnan greens make people shelling out for dragonwells and similar look like total chumps. The soft fuzzy sweetness from this fills and coats the mouth and lingers for an hour or more long after the tea is gone.

boychik

Agree. I’m glad I picked it . I think I told you I copied your order. Still waiting for my order fr China.

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