“Yunnan means “cloud” as most teas in Yunnan are grown at misty mountainous elevations of 3000-7000 ft. above sea level. Tea leaves are a grayish green with some silvery tips. Develops a...” Read full tasting note
“Very clean, easy going down. Nice sweet linger. This one is a keeper.” Read full tasting note
Thick, curly green leaves mixed with white buds give a strong appearance as well as a rich aroma to this tea found in a tea market in Yunnan Province. The taste is fruity with hints of asparagus. It cups clean and offers a lingering sweet aftertaste that is quite pleasing. This is a very good lot! Brew in water temperature of 180–185 degrees for two minutes.
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