Anji Bai Cha

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Citrus, Nutty, Sweet
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185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I went an entire workday without tea since it was my first day today… I do not advise that for anyone who is use to 15-28 cups a day. I feel like Tony Stark when he gets hit by an airplane; sure,...” Read full tasting note
  • “The dry leaves are such a bright green- so pretty! Brewed according to The Finest Brew’s instructions on their website. Brews up nutty and slightly sweet. It’s a very delicate green and I think I...” Read full tasting note
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This green tea which is also classified as a white tea, has been developed ever since a group of locals accidentally found an ancient white tea plant in a valley in An Ji County in 1982. The tea is picked in early spring during a very short picking season of about 30 days since the leaves begin to turn green when the temperature starts to increase.Hence, it is a rare variety among tea plants, and the color of its leaf buds changes with the seasons. The tea buds used for processing are grey in color and contain high levels of health enhancing Thiamine.

This tea is characterised by its delicate, soothing taste with notes of citrus and nuts, and a hint of orchid sweetness in its aroma.Received in its freshest form at The Finest Brew Beijing offi ce; the leaves are once again thoroughly examined as part of rigorous quality control before packing with great care. It is then couriered to our warehouse in South San Francisco to make its way to you as quickly as possible.

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I went an entire workday without tea since it was my first day today… I do not advise that for anyone who is use to 15-28 cups a day. I feel like Tony Stark when he gets hit by an airplane; sure, I’m alive and all, but this sucks.

I grabbed this tea because I was not going to wait for the water to boil.
Somewhat dry with the mouth feel, but the taste is really smooth and the flavor is quite present in each sip which I really like to happen with my teas. However, for a green tea this is just good for me and not in my category of greatness.

Ubacat

15-28 cups a day! Wow, that’s major caffeine. I feel I have too much when I get up to 5 cups.

Haveteawilltravel

I laughed for awhile xD “sure, I’m alive and all, but this sucks”

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The dry leaves are such a bright green- so pretty!

Brewed according to The Finest Brew’s instructions on their website.

Brews up nutty and slightly sweet. It’s a very delicate green and I think I am picking up very faint citrus notes. I could sip this forever.

Flavors: Citrus, Nutty, Sweet

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
The Finest Brew Co.

About wanting to sip it forever, I totally get you! I can go on for hours without noticing brewing it grandpa style. The subtlety in the flavor profile is what I believe doesn’t make the taste buds tire of it.

Ubacat

Exactly! It light and delicate but still full of flavour. I’ll have to try the grandpa style.

Stephanie

I’ve not had Finest Brew’s but I sometimes get a nice tart cherry note from Anji Bai Cha, yummers

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