GREEN TEA

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  • Liu An Gua Pian
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Liu'an, Jinzhai, Huoshan, etc. in Anhui Province. According to legend, around 1905, a tea evaluation master from one Tea Company of Liu'an picked the tender tea leaves from the top green tea he collected, discarding the old leaves and tea stems. As a new product, he sold it in the market and made good profits. A local tea company was inspired and discarded the tea stems directly, then fried the old and the tender separately. The color, smell and taste were very good. The tea is just like sunflower seeds, so it is called “slice”. Later for being easy to read, it becomes Guapian. Shape: single leaf like a sunflower seed, flat and uniform. Liquid: apricot, bright, clean and clear. Aroma: fresh, strong aroma with fragrance of ripe chestnut. Taste: sweet and mellow. Brewed tea leaves: yellow and neatly shaped into a flower.
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  • Snow Water Cloud Green Tea
    Snow Water Green Cloud is a kind of green tea, which are very famous in Anhui, tiantai Zhejiang, lushan, dazhangshang mountain, eyebrow peak, Yushan of jiangxi province, and rainy city in Sichuan, lianyungang huaguo mountain of Jiangsu, hubei yidu, hubei powcan, hunan hengshan nanyue, guizhou, zhaoping Guangxi, Pingli Shanxi, and etc. Due to the tea which are grown in these places are affected by the climate condition of cool and foggy, forming the tea leaves are thick, more blessings. And also Cloud and Mist tea have many unique characteristics of containing tannins, aromatic oils and vitamin. So they are all fine tea. And its not only taste sweet, but also it have the role of helpping digestion, detoxification, sterilization, preventing gastrointestinal infection, increasing resistance to scurvy, and others.
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  • Bi Luo Chun
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Dongting Mountain on the bank of Taihu Lake, Suzhou, Jiangsu Province Shape: strips are slender and uniform. It is spiral-shaped like snails and fuzzy, with pekoe revealed. It is green. Liquid: green and clear, delicious and fluid, with the scents of flower and fruit. Aroma: fragrant and elegant. Taste: fresh and sweet. Brewed tea leaves: soft and green, bright and uniform. Top-putting brewing method: first put some hot water into a 7/10 cup, and then some tea. The top grade tea such as Biluochun with tight strips and tender is more suitable for brewing in this way. Water temperature: Biluochun is very delicate, so the water should be cooled down to 80℃, otherwise it will destroy the taste. Ornamental: Biluochun is of high ornamental value. We can enjoy the sight of brewed tea leaves after infusion.
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  • Jasmine Green Tea
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty. Best season to taste: Spring. Shape: the brand tight and uniformity, the color is brown-golden. Liquid: bright olivine. Aroma: fresh and persistent. Taste: fresh and delicious. Brewed tea leaves: tender and soft. Temperature: 85℃. Amount of tea: 1:50. Times: 3~5 minutes.
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  • Huang Shan Mao Feng
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Huangshan, Shexian Country, Anhui Province Shape: thin, flat, slightly curled, and shaped like "sparrow tongue". Silver pekoe reveals and shoots resembles spikes. Liquid: green and slightly yellow. Aroma: smelling strong like orchid. Taste: The beautiful tender green leaves of Mao Feng tea are a delight to the eye. Whole and tipped by fine buds, they are slightly twisted, as if per-forming an elegant dance. Their infusion releases delicate aromas of sorrel and raw vegetables. The silky liquid delights with its extremely delicate notes of green bean and artichoke heart. The light finish leaves a gentle vegetal impression in the mouth. Brewed tea leaves: bright green, fresh and tender, and clustered. Recommended infusion accessory: A zhong or small teapot.
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  • West Lake Long Jing
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Shifeng, Longjing, Wuyun Mountain, and Hupao Mountain of Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province. Among all of these places, Shifeng produces the best quality of tea. Shape: top grade Longjing is flat and straight. It is yellow green, straight and smooth, and uniformed. Liquid: yellow green, clear and bright. Aroma: elegant and lofty, with hidden incense of fried beans or fragrance of orchid beans. Taste: savoury and mellow, smelling like orchid with lasting faint scent. Brewed tea leaves: yellow green, upright, and lively. Middle-putting brewing method: put some tea in a cup and then a small amount of hot water, just immersing the tea. When the tea leaves stretch, add water to a 7/10 cup. You can also put a small amount of water into the cup first, and then tea, and finally pour more water to a 7/10 cup. Water temperature: 80°C - 85 °C. Recommended infusion accessory: A zhong or small teapot.
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  • Tai Ping Hou Kui
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Xinming, Longmen and Sankou of Huangshan in Anhui Province Characteristics: The dark green, straight, pointed leaves open out in hot water to reveal pink veins. They give a delicious orchid-flavored taste. Shape: flat and straight with a bud between two leaves, the leaves are stretching as orchids, wearing Pekoe all over the body. Veins are green with hidden red, commonly known as "red threads." Liquid: green crystal. Aroma: just as orchid. Taste: sweet and cool. Brewed tea leaves: shoots are stretching into flowers, bright, green and uniform. Brewing Method: bottom-putting or middle- putting brewing method. Tea sets: glass. Water temperature: 80℃ - 90℃. Drinking recommendations: A light subtle afternoon tea. Drink without milk or sugar.
    $27.90
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  • Xin Yang Mao Jian
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Xinyang County of Henan Province Shape: uniform and straight, green color with Pekoe. Liquid: bright and clear, orange liquid color. Aroma: thick aroma, with the smell of ripe fruit. Taste: mellow, sweet and fluid. Brewed tea leaves: bright, tender green uniform leaves Water temperature: boiling water of 80℃ is appropriate. The mountain spring water is best. Tea sets: glassware will do. Amount of tea: The best ratio of tea and water is 1:50. Brewing method: Middle-putting brewing method is mostly adopted for high-quality Maojian. Storage: Tea is easy to absorb odor, so Maojian is stored in a special tea caddy and kept clean, sanitary and odor-free.
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  • Dragon Pearl Jasmine Green Tea
    This Dragon Pearl Jasmine Green Tea has a unique shape of a pearl and comes from Chinese province of Fujian. These hand rolled pearls consisted of both leaves and bud. This tea has a sweet flavor with a flowery jasmine aroma. Researchers in Japan found that people who drink green regularly have a lower chance of getting cancer or developing heart diseases. Dragon Pearl is a great tasting healthy tea to drink regularly. We highly recommend it. Character: The little pearls of tea open up during brewing to release their pale greeny-yellow colour in the water and give a powerful heady aroma of jasmine flowers. The flavour is sweet, smooth, clean and beautifully perfumed. Brewing Tips: Use a glass or a glass teapot to enjoy the visual beauty of the little pearls opening and floating in the water. Brew 2g (0.07oz) of jasmine pearls in 225ml (8fl oz) water at 87℃ (190℉) for 3-4 minutes.
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