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Mao Jian Supreme

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In China, Mao Jian is a good, everyday green tea. Pan-fired with a bit of stem, the leaves create a bright and clear tea that’s drunk in restaurants and homes around the country. This particular Mao Jian, however, is top of the line. You’ll find a sweetness not typical of green teas. That’s because only the best leaves were plucked, and great care was taken during the rolling and drying process.

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That’s what i’ve been looking for, another everyday green tea.

Nothing impressive here, the classical green tea taste. Nothing to impress and everything to have a good day. Plus, you have a lots of this one because it’s a light tea. A light and cheap everyday tea.

Definitively another average straight green tea.

heatherwassing

I love the China greens.

Maxime-Daniel Friðrikson

You like it more than the Japanese tea? Because I ADORE Japanese tea.

heatherwassing

Chinese tends to have more of a vegetable broth quality to it, rather than Japanese’s grassiness. I think it’s the more down-home earthiness of the veggies that I prefer.

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