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Special thanks to LiberTEAs for this one! I have been wanting to try it! Just a heads-up – I have a lot to say about this lil gem!

This smells slightly grassy, slightly floral, slightly vegetal, and slightly sweet – all in one! These 4 traits surely make up a unique aroma that is very intriguing and scrumptious at the same time!

It infuses to a mellowed-out lemon-lime color. It’s very smooth from Point A to Point B – beginning to the end of the sip! It’s delightful! It has a buttery texture but not necessarily a buttery flavor due to the grassy and floral notes.

As my sips continue I can taste a bit of nut, a leafy green of some sort in there…baby spinach, perhaps, and a very little bit of toastiness hiding underneath the vegetal, floral, and grassy flavors.

This is complex. I like complex. It’s far from ordinary…it’s EXTRAordinary! Hearty and Rich as the description states is correct but more importantly SCRUMPTIOUS! I really like this! The more I sip – the more I appreciate it and enjoy it!

Another fantastic tea from Verdant!

Charles Thomas Draper

Fall or Spring picking?

TeaEqualsBliss

It didn’t say on the package. I know the other one said Spring on the package this one didn’t

Charles Thomas Draper

OMG. Sorry I thought I read black….

Charles Thomas Draper

And yes, this tea is extraordinary

David Duckler

Hi,
That one was a later spring picking that you tried. I just can’t get enough Laoshan green tea. I just got in the autumn harvest of this one as well. Yesterday it steeped up even richer than the spring harvest in a gaiwan.

David Duckler

By the way, the farmers are delighted to know how much Americans are enjoying their tea. Having never been exported, Laoshan is a little secret. The dedicated growers take a lot of pride in their tea, and hope to see it become famous and bring their village the respect it deserves. I pass on all the compliments to the He Family.

TeaEqualsBliss

Laoshan WILL be famous, indeed! Thank you for passing along our positive thoughts, vibes, and feedback to these wonderful families and farms!

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Charles Thomas Draper

Fall or Spring picking?

TeaEqualsBliss

It didn’t say on the package. I know the other one said Spring on the package this one didn’t

Charles Thomas Draper

OMG. Sorry I thought I read black….

Charles Thomas Draper

And yes, this tea is extraordinary

David Duckler

Hi,
That one was a later spring picking that you tried. I just can’t get enough Laoshan green tea. I just got in the autumn harvest of this one as well. Yesterday it steeped up even richer than the spring harvest in a gaiwan.

David Duckler

By the way, the farmers are delighted to know how much Americans are enjoying their tea. Having never been exported, Laoshan is a little secret. The dedicated growers take a lot of pride in their tea, and hope to see it become famous and bring their village the respect it deserves. I pass on all the compliments to the He Family.

TeaEqualsBliss

Laoshan WILL be famous, indeed! Thank you for passing along our positive thoughts, vibes, and feedback to these wonderful families and farms!

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