Huang Shan Mao Feng

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Green Tea
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160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “The dry tea leaves have a sort of sweet grassy smell. The first infusion was pretty sweet and refreshing; the second was a little weaker. I tried hotter water for the third infusion, perhaps a bit...” Read full tasting note
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There’s an old Chinese saying “famous mountains produce famous tea”. Huang Shan is one of China’s famous mountain for producing great Green teas and their Mao Feng is certainly one of the best. This tea is one of China’s Ten Famous tea.
Our Huang Shan Mao Feng comes from the tea company owned by Mr. Xie Yi Ping, a descendant of the original creator of this tea (Mr. Xie Zheng An). It is made using the traditional processing method invented in the late Qing Dynasty during the reign of Guangxu Emperor and passed down from six generations ago.

Certified China Organic Product.

Other names:
Yellow Mountain’s Fur Peak

Taste:
The special processing technique produces a special tea that is strong, yet very refreshing. The aroma is a pleasant reminiscence of fresh Orchid bloom. Every sip of Huang Shan Mao Feng tea promises a sweet and refreshing memory.

Appearance:
Emerald-green young and tender tea leaves (mixture of one bud one leaf and one bud two leaves).

Origin:
Fu Xi, An Hui Province

Harvest Period:
Spring 2010 (Ming Qian Cha)

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The dry tea leaves have a sort of sweet grassy smell.
The first infusion was pretty sweet and refreshing; the second was a little weaker. I tried hotter water for the third infusion, perhaps a bit too hot, as there was a slight bitter taste to the tea.
Regardless, I’m pretty happy with this tea, although not surprisingly, it doesn’t do so well at cutting through the sugar from cookies.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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