High Mountain Jin Jun Mei Black tea of Ai Lao Mountain Autumn 2014

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82 / 100

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Black Tea
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Floral, Fruity, Honey, Pepper, Sweet Potatoes
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6 Tasting Notes View all

“Another excited to try tea for the amazing Sil box. I’m a HUGE fan of JinJunMei – I don’t think I’ve met one that I don’t like – just some are better than others. This one falls into the good not...” Read full tasting note
“mmmmmm this one is from terri and THIS is a Jin Jun mei that i can get behind and am quite enjoying. There’s something about the way this one comes together being sweet with almost honey like...” Read full tasting note
“I love this tea. I always enjoy Jin Jun Mei teas, & I’m really enjoying this one. I’m enjoying it right now. It’s awesome. I know I should say more, but that’s all I got. Now for another sip…” Read full tasting note
“Brewed in porcelain gaiwan starting at 30seconds, addiitional 10 seconds for first 4 steeps then upped by 30secs for another 3 steeps. Wow! Delicious I’m not sure exactly what to say I think...” Read full tasting note

Description

Our High Mountain Jin Jun Mei is grown in the Ai Lao mountains of Yunnan at an altitude of 1800 meters! The distinct soil of Yunnan paired with the high growing altitude give this tea a strong but balanced taste and aroma.

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