Mao Jian (one of the ten famous teas of China)

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Mao Jian (pronounced maow te-een) is one of the ten famous teas of China. It comes from the precious spring harvest of the misty Huang Shan Mountain in Anhui Province. The name Mao Jing means hairy tip or fur tip. The character of the tea is bright fresh and clean. It is refreshing and suits any time of day. The dark seaweedgreen leaf produces a bright champagne coloured liquor. The taste is brisk, clean and complex with sweet floral tones.

Mao Jing is one of the great teas of China. (reference: Tea Illustrated by Jane Pettigrew & Bruce Richardson, ISBN 978-1-905400-64-5)

Tea Information
Tea Type Green Tea
Level Connoisseur
Origin Anhui Province, China
Taste Brisk, Clean and Complex with Sweet Floral Tones with a Champagne Coloured Liquor
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice One dessert spoon per cup. Add hot but not boiling water (75-80ºC). Infuse for three minutes.
Tea Information
Tea Type Green Tea
Level Connoisseur
Origin Anhui Province, China
Taste Brisk, Clean and Complex with Sweet Floral Tones with a Champagne Coloured Liquor
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice One dessert spoon per cup. Add hot but not boiling water (75-80ºC). Infuse for three minutes.

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