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An Ji White

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White Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by QuiltGuppy
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160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is an interesting tea. Dry leaf smelled grassy, meadowy. It's beautiful to look at, green and long and flat. The liquor is very, very light yellow, but not much of a fragrance, well, other...” Read full tasting note
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Although called a white tea because of the light color of its leaves, An Ji White is actually a green tea by the way it is produced. It originates from China’s Zhejiang Province.The flat, straight leaves produce a clear yellowish liquor that is very delicate and sweet, with a buttery finish. The amino acid contents of this tea, theanine for one, are 4-10 times greater than that of other green teas.

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This is an interesting tea. Dry leaf smelled grassy, meadowy. It’s beautiful to look at, green and long and flat. The liquor is very, very light yellow, but not much of a fragrance, well, other than a little asparagus.

At first, I didn’t like it at all. The first steep produced a very vegetal, savory tea, with just a super faint hint at sweetness. (So faint that I thought I imagined it.) It didn’t have anything really interesting, but it wasn’t horrific, so I decided to steep a second time, honestly, simply because I was thirsty and I had some hot water ready to go.

The second steep was amazing! Sweet, slightly floral, mysterious and extremely pleasant. It was like a different tea. I haven’t had this happen to me before and it’s showing me that maybe I need to give some of these teas I dislike a second steep to see if there’s a glorious cup awaiting the next infusion…

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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