This is a very beautiful looking tea, with very fresh looking and pretty green leaves!
Taste can be very delicate at low weight, I use maybe 5-7g for a medium gaiwan.
Taste is a bit sweet, vegetal and slightly, ever so slightly fruity.
Although its name is An ji White Tea, it is still a kind of green tea. An Ji White’s emerald green infusion represents some of the best teas in a completely new class of production. The flat and straight leaves produce a lasting fragrance that is both unique in taste as well as its lack of caffeine content.
An Ji white tea, grown nowhere else in the country, sells for a price higher than the famous Dragon Well tea. An Ji white tea is unusual compared to other teas in that the spring bud is tender and presents a white color. It turns to whole white in middle April and returns gradually to green in May. The folks call it as “Fairy Grass Tea” and local people treat the spring tea as “Holy Ghost”, often adopted to cure illness.
An organically certified green tea with a sweet fresh grass fragrance and a lively citrus flavour. The tea has complex and intriguing floral aromas. The taste is vivacious and exuberant, combined with a sweet flavour.
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