Yunnan Pine Needle

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Edit tea info Last updated by Cavocorax
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “It's a Yunnan! I like Yunnan teas! I like THIS Yunnan! Not sure what to say besides that. It's slightly sweet and very smooth. No bitter aftertaste. Golden orange colour. Each sip savoured. I...” Read full tasting note
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China’s Yunnan Province is a mountainous area in the far southwest of the country, covering over 150,000 square miles. Yunnan Province is a name that is synonymous with the production of fine Chinese black teas, and tea is farmed, picked and processed within Yunnan Province in the traditional manner on plantations that have thrived for many centuries.

Yunnan Pine Needle tea is skilfully handcrafted by experienced tea farmers, following the zhe jiang long jing processing method. This produces long, flat, straight leaves, that brew up to a deep red colouration offering a deeply refreshing aroma with a full and yet mellow taste palate. Steep your Yunnan Pine Needle tea leaves in hot water for a few minutes, allowing the leaves plenty of room to swirl freely and unlock their unique taste and aroma palate.

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It’s a Yunnan! I like Yunnan teas! I like THIS Yunnan!

Not sure what to say besides that. It’s slightly sweet and very smooth. No bitter aftertaste. Golden orange colour. Each sip savoured.

I needed this tea. I’m stressing out about having to find a new job in Toronto in Sept. :| I really like the benefits I have with this job! I’m my own boss, basically. I can manage my time – come and go as I please. I can wear jeans and a t-shirt to work, and sit cross-legged at my computer. I can surf the net while I work. And I get paid a pretty decent amount. How the hell am I going to manage to find something like this again? :O Trial and error I suppose…

I guess I should probably update my LinkedIn profile, in case that is a thing that actually helps you find work for people who aren’t programmers etc.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec
TheTeaFairy

Good luck, hard to beat what you just described, I really hope you get to find your dream job again :-)

Cavocorax

Thanks! :-)

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