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    The name Jun Shan Jin Bi means "Golden Coin from Mount Jun". It is so called because the tea leaves are compressed into the shape of a coin, before being wrapped with golden foil paper. Jun Shan Jin Bi tea is made using tea leaves picked from Mount Jun, and is the same tea leaves that are used to make the famous Jun Shan Yin Zhen tea. The processing of this tea involves using both Yellow tea and Pu-erh tea processing technique. According to Jun Shan Yin Zhen Tea Co. Ltd., Jun Shan Jin Bi shares the special property of Pu-erh tea in that the tea improves with age.

    Other names:
    Mount Jun Golden Coin Tea

    Taste:
    The fragance of the dried tea leaves is out of this world - it is strong and smells wonderfully sweet and minty. The tea taste minty with a hint of nutty fragrance and the aftertaste gradually feels stronger after a few sips. This is really a special tea that is quite different from the rest. We recommend using only a quarter of the coin for every 150ml of water.

    Appearance:
    The tea leaves are compressed into the shape of a coin and wrapped in golden foil paper. Each coin is 5 grams in weight. The tea leaves are made from one-bud two-leaves but some are broken during the compression process. The infusion is golden brown in color.

    Origin:
    Jun Shan, Hunan Province

    Harvest Period:
    Spring 2010

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