Yunnan Spring White Leaf Green Tea

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Edit tea info Last updated by Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf
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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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  • “Thanks to *Nature's Tea Leaf* for a sample of this tea. For my first steeping of this tea, I noticed it said to steep only a minute. Well, I started steeping it... and then promptly forgot about...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you Maria for your awesome sale! I couldn't resist. A surprising burst of flavors in this one! So I'll just list them: Something vegetal, maybe cucumber with grassiness. The fresh grass...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This green tea behaves much like a white tea imho. I steeped it for the recommended 1 minute the first time but found it much too mild. I steeped it again for a bit longer and got a more flavorful...” Read full tasting note
    MariaFafia 35 tasting notes

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Yunnan Spring White Leaf Green Tea combines elegant tea buds with long leaves containing many silver tips that are hand rolled to offer a fresh aroma. When infused, the leaves yield a pale yellow tea and a robust and revitalizing fragrance with an intoxicating and audacious flavor that cools and refreshes your body. Hot or chilled this tea is refreshing and satisfying.

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166 tasting notes

Thanks to Nature’s Tea Leaf for a sample of this tea.

For my first steeping of this tea, I noticed it said to steep only a minute. Well, I started steeping it… and then promptly forgot about it. One of these days I will learn to set a timer instead of faking it. Five minutes later, I went back to try the tea – prepared for the worst – and it was actually pretty good. Wow! I’m impressed. Normally green teas are way too fickle to handle a five minute steeping.

This tea is a nice flavor. It almost taste like a white tea and has a very soft taste. Definitely not vegetal at all and a good green for people who don’t like grassy greens (and have a tendency to forget their tea is still steeping – LOL)

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Thank you Maria for your awesome sale! I couldn’t resist. A surprising burst of flavors in this one! So I’ll just list them: Something vegetal, maybe cucumber with grassiness. The fresh grass flavor isn’t on the level of the usual green tea though, just enough to notice. Sweet melon: it’s been a while since I’ve had any melon, so I’m not sure which one… the green one. There are also creamy hints of lemon. But again, I’m shocked there is so much flavor here. I like it! It’s actually very unique from anything else I’ve tried. This is supposedly a green tea but it really seems like a white tea. I’d say it tastes like a green tea AND a white tea. Some mouth fuzzies, so I’d probably do a quick rinse the next time.
Steep #1 // 25 min after boiling // 2 min

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This green tea behaves much like a white tea imho. I steeped it for the recommended 1 minute the first time but found it much too mild. I steeped it again for a bit longer and got a more flavorful cup. It tastes very light and the liquor is only slightly tinted yellow. Because I do not have much experience with green/white teas in general, and tend to enjoy harsher flavors, I will reframe from giving this one a rating.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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