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Huang Shan Mao Feng

Green Tea from Anhui Province, China

Huang Shan Mao Feng

Huang Shan Mao Feng literally means "Yellow Mountain Fur Peak", and it is noted among the most famous Chinese teas. There are tiny furry tips on the inner side of the leaves which are long and full, resembling the peak of a mountain. When picking the tea, only the new tea buds and the leaf next to the bud are picked.

The leaves are steaming a mouth-watering, sweet scent that somewhat reminds of fresh, fried vegetables.

The liquor is silky and coats your mouth with a lightly oily layer. It's sweet and round, with the flavor of fine olive oil, rapeseed flower and flaxseed oil, with the notes of freshly baked bread. It leaves a very lasting, sweet feel in the throat.

Origin: Huang Shan city, Anhui Province, China
Cultivar: Qi Men Hon Qi No.1
Picking date: March 9, 2022

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Item code: TCH066

Origin: Anhui Prov., CHINA

Ingredients: green tea

Best before: AUG / 2023

Dimensions: 12 x 20 cm

Net weight: 10 g

Unit price: $ / Sazen BAG

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How to prepare

3 g
0.1 oz
0.7 US tsp
95°C
203°F
100 ml
3.4 fl oz
100 cc
30 sec.~

STEP 1) Warm your teapot. Pour boiling water into a gaiwan or teapot, let it sit for a little while, then discard all the water.
STEP 2) Fill your pot with tea leaves in a 3g/100ml ratio, pour boiling water on them and brew for 30 seconds.
STEP 3) Serve. Pour the tea into a pitcher, and then into cups.
STEP 4) Brew again.

❖ For the second infusion, steep it for about 5-10 seconds. For every other infusion after that increase the steeping time (to about 35-40 seconds).
❖ Make sure to open the lid of the teapot between infusions, to prevent the leaves from cooking.
❖ This is how we recommend brewing this tea, but we all have our preferences, so try experimenting to find the way you like it the most.

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