2015 Huang Shan Mao Feng Green

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  • “I’ve had three teas from Berylleb which I believe is not enough to make my opinion yet… but with AllanK’s advice/help, I did just spend $119 on only three teas. This tea how every is funky… like a...” Read full tasting note

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Product Features



Appearance: Emerald green young and very tender tea leaves.

Taste: The aroma is pleasant fresh. Every sip of the liquid promises a sweet and refreshing taste.



Product Description

The tea brush is used for maintaining and cleaning your favorite Zisha teapot and tea table. It doesn’t make unusual smell and can be used for a long time.

Huang shan Mao Feng tea is one of the most famous tea of china green teas. It is poduced in the Anhui Province of China. The tea is grown near Huangshan (Yellow Mountan), which is home to many famous varieties of green tea. There’s an old Chinese saying “Famous mountains produce famous teas.”

Our Mao Feng green tea was picked in the early Sping . All leaves are emerald green and young buds covered in small white hairs.



Brewing:

1. Commend using clear glass teacup to enjoy the beautiful tea.

2. Rinse teacup with hot water.

3. Use between one and two teaspoons of tea leaves (about 2 grams) per teacup of 75~85 degree water (167~185 Fahrenheit) for up to one minute.

4. Increase the steeping time and temperature for each subsequent brewing.

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I’ve had three teas from Berylleb which I believe is not enough to make my opinion yet… but with AllanK’s advice/help, I did just spend $119 on only three teas.

This tea how every is funky… like a wild molded grass. I’m not really a fan of it to be honest. Green teas that look like this in general haven’t been my thing; even the one that Whispering Pines had which I blind tasted because I had no idea what it was. Just not my kind of green :/

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