Unfortunately, and hopefully due to my sniffle/sore throat, I’m not getting any flavour beyond hot water from a rather hearty steeping of this one.
“Unfortunately, and hopefully due to my sniffle/sore throat, I’m not getting any flavour beyond hot water from a rather hearty steeping of this one.” Read full tasting note
“The dry leaf smells grassy and is a light olive colour. It is almost flat and looks great. The wet leaf smells meaty but retains the light olive colour. It looks fantastic suspended in my glass...” Read full tasting note
“Very light and gentle as high grade green should be. Dont expect explosion of taste from this one but it fills me with energy with every cup. I use it as reference and compare all other...” Read full tasting note
2011 Spring harvest Mao Feng green tea. Our TeJi ‘Special Grade’ Mao Feng has been selected for it’s freshness and great value. Mao Feng is a Classic Chinese green tea from the Yellow mountains (Huang Shan) of China’s AnHui province. Characterised by it’s light and distinctive flavours, Mao Feng green tea is a fine leafed tea that is sure to bring many happy cups.
The delight with this Mao Feng green tea and many other Chinese teas is that you can keep topping up the water in your mug/cup so you can savour this MaoFeng throughout the day, much more convenient than a tea bag! Enjoy our Wan Ling Tea House’s TeJi MaoFeng green tea in your cup.
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The dry leaf smells grassy and is a light olive colour. It is almost flat and looks great. The wet leaf smells meaty but retains the light olive colour. It looks fantastic suspended in my glass teapot. The liquor is almost clear. For all the colour it has, it might be plain water! But then the tasting proves this tea. It has a silky smooth mouth feel. It is light and refreshing. The meatiness of the wet leaf does not come through in the taste until the third steeping. Instead it is really light, sweet and a bit floral. All in all, this is a lovely, refreshing cuppa that is perfect for days when you need a light pick-me-up.