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|This tea was something of a surprise, it has more in common flavour wise with the cha Wang version of jun Shan yin zhen than the regular jun Shan.
Which surprised me because it smells very similar to the reg jun Shan.
Quite a delicate tea, works much better in the glass than regular jun Shan as i find that becomes far far too strong, also has a hint of bi luo chun flavour to it.
Interesting tea indeed!|
|This green tea has a strong vegetal flavor, almost nutty, with a spicy kick. Itís a really great tea. I recommend brewing it the following way: 3.5 grams to a 6 oz gaiwan, pour very hot (almost boiling) water slow and low around the rim of the gaiwan. This will cool the water and should ensure that the water is the same temperature for all the leaves. High quality leaves (which these are) should be able to sustain these temperatures. Steep 30 s, 30 s, 45 s, 1 min or more. This is a method of brewing green tea that I learned from a friend studying with a teamaster in Taiwan. I got a lot of flavor out of these leaves using this method.|
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