Yunnan Premium Silver Thread Green Tea

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  • “ This tea is really good to me I probably just never had one like it.I am going to attempt to log a review of this one based one my hand written notes, it will be short so I don't go astray too...” Read full tasting note
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    toadman208 435 tasting notes
  • “I used to dig green tea but haven't had nice plain green tea for a while, so I might be a tad biased or weird on this. I heated the water until it was hot but not boiling, but I didn't actually...” Read full tasting note
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    peachrain 8 tasting notes
  • “Brewed in a gaiwan, I found the Yunnan Silver Thread has some complex flavors in it. My first impression was wanting to day that it was light and sweet almost like white tea but then I picked up...” Read full tasting note
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    JohnGrebe 223 tasting notes

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A 2009 first flush early Spring tea from Jiancheng, the only green tea we bought during our 2009 tea trip.

Extremely palatable, it is that good.

Yunnan known primarily for its black and Pu-erh teas, Yunnan province also produces some fascinating green teas – such as this beautifully made silver tip variety. The flavor is full, rich, smooth and distinctively fruity. The da yeh (large leaf) Yunnan tea buds produce multiple fragrant infusions.Yunnan premium Silver Thread may be prepared in a regular teapot, a traditional steeping cup (known as a gaiwan), or in individual teacups.

Do not use the boiling water to scald the tea leaves! Allow 1 to 2 tsp. of tea leaves per cup (8oz) of water. Cover with water no hotter than 70C, (158F) and allow to steep for 2 to 3 min.

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435 tasting notes

This tea is really good to me I probably just never had one like it.I am going to attempt to log a review of this one based one my hand written notes, it will be short so I don’t go astray too much like I’m sure I will in my blog, if i post it.
Anyways hard to tell is this tea Green Or white tea cuz i kinda pick up characteristics of both so it kinda confused me, Any way here is just some of my notes please with for the entire blog soon bear with me going through some horrible shit right not and gotta stay medicated, Any some from notes~~ Damn got two and a half pages omg it sill I’ll try to make it short sorry :)
First lets say this tea makes me happy, very happy for some reason unknown, kinda like my Black Pearl do, just makes me feel good :)

Read my whole review and photo here please :)
http://toadsteablog.blogspot.com/2013/02/yunnan-premium-silver-thread-green-tea.html

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I used to dig green tea but haven’t had nice plain green tea for a while, so I might be a tad biased or weird on this.

I heated the water until it was hot but not boiling, but I didn’t actually check its temperature or anything. It worked just fine, though, so…yeah. I brewed it and strained it into my mug. It was very nice. So…green. That’s all I can think of. It was all the things I used to love about green tea, and it reminded me why I had liked green tea. Very tasty. If I think of just how to describe it in more detail (it’s so hard to find the words, but I loved it), I’ll probably log it again. Would be worth getting in the future.

This log brought to you by the man who sent me a sample of this. Thanks, John!

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Brewed in a gaiwan, I found the Yunnan Silver Thread has some complex flavors in it. My first impression was wanting to day that it was light and sweet almost like white tea but then I picked up on the richer fruity taste that was also in the mix.

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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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