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8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I drank this while doing homework and quizzes today and as such wasn't paying enough attention to right a proper tasting note. I know I enjoyed it, because it had fresh crisp vegetal notes that I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Second steep was way way better. I can taste the floural sweetness. When I think of Chinese tea, I think of this. It tastes like China to me, if that makes sense. I also learned that the fuzzys on...” Read full tasting note
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This green tea is grown in the Anhui province of China. The Mao Jian has attractive long green curled leaves with silvery tips. Only the most tender tea shoots are picked. This tea is famous for its delicate subtle sweet taste and fragrant aroma. Its flavor is full and crisp. The Mao Jian is a great choice for everyday drinking.

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I drank this while doing homework and quizzes today and as such wasn’t paying enough attention to right a proper tasting note. I know I enjoyed it, because it had fresh crisp vegetal notes that I love so much and wasn’t smokey like some of the other teas in the sampler are, which I’m not fond of. I want to do a side by side comparison of the 6 no flavored greens teas in the sampler so that I can learn the differences among then and be able to better understand what I do and don’t like in a green tea.

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2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Second steep was way way better. I can taste the floural sweetness. When I think of Chinese tea, I think of this. It tastes like China to me, if that makes sense. I also learned that the fuzzys on the leaves weren’t mold but the leaves curling and turning silver. Silver tipped. This tea isn’t awesome. In fact, I’d go so far as to say I don’t care for it much.

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