|A sweet (though not terribly so) and downy tea that can be drunk whenever. Lasted a number of infusions|
|Questo tè viene prodotto con la stessa pianta usata per lo Yin Zhen e si presenta in forma di piccole palline con foglie ricche di peluria.
Il profumo è intenso e produce un infuso dal gusto dolce persistente e lungo in bocca.
Ho scelto un´acqua molto leggera che ha prodotto un infuso chiaro e di buon corpo.
|Lin Hai Pan Hao
this 2013 first flush is very good, It is light and fluffy but upon brewing it is very good. It is one of those teas that can be sipped all day out of a portable bottle, just keep adding water, the taste remains there.|
dennis west (5/26/2013)
|This tea is very nice indeed, but I wouldn´t describe it as incredibly sweet. Quite similar to dong ting bi luo chun (but not as delicious or distinctive).|
|Not as sweet as I expected, but it´s a great tea nevertheless.|
|It´s a good tea and I think that it´s high in theine, because it really wake up me!|
|NB I´m an unsophisticated green tea drinker...
1) This is the sort of tea that makes me think I should drink more good green tea.
2) Works spectacularly well in 16oz mugs, unlike most green teas I´ve had. Nuances can still be present as you sip down the cup.
The flavors are as previous descriptions tell it.|
|Truly, very sweet. Good tea, I´ve drunk better ones than this, but it is still good and worthy buying.|
|One of the most unusual green teas I have ever tasted here on TeaSpring! I find it extremely strong, vegetal, and grassy with a very strong and lasting orchid fragrance, one of its best traits. Most green teas cannot sustain such a pronounced long-lasting floral aroma. The overall taste is bright, grassy, vegetal, yet strangely sweet. To me, the taste of this tea is not similar at all to the honeysuckle-like sugary taste and smell of Bai Hao Yin Zhen and other white teas. LHPH´s taste and fragrance is definitely like a green tea. While the purpose of white teas is to expunge all of the grassy notes of green teas, this green tea has retained all of them! The furry tea leaves do, however, produce that similar lovely nice white froth that BHYZ make that rests on top of the brew. The leaves and buds are much smaller than the huge beige-colored BHYZ buds and are very green and fresh. This extremely elusive tea is strong yet sweet, very grassy, with a complexity that is shifts quickly and hard to pin down. A truly usual and in a strange way a very lovely tea!|
|good green tea. nothing special. .|
|This tea, 2009 version, is not as good as last year´s tea, which had a remarkable bouquet. However, for the price, this is still a good buy and a good daily drinker.|
|A personal favorite. The first steep would be sweet, then the second will be robust and grassy. Trying to get the most sweet out of the first steep is a little tricky.|
|Cross Bai Hao Yin Zhen with a nutty green tea and you´ve nailed the flavor and aroma. Very nice selection.|
|Wonderful flowery aroma of the dry tea. Just the smell of the tea is intoxicating! The tea is sweet and vegetal, light and complex. Such a nice surprise all around. 2008 variety.|
|Leaves are very downy and tightly curled. While other downy teas have a sweetness and floral aspect that is elusive, Lin Hai Pan Hao is penetratingly sweet and vegetal with floral notes. Strongly vegetal aroma before brewing. Refreshing and sweet finish|
|good green tea, not as sweet as I expected but very fresh never the less., the dried leaves are very beautiful|
|the scent of this tea is a bit unusual, kind of like seaweed. although it´s described as "incredibly sweet", I really can´t taste the sweetness. When infused, the leaves do unfurl into a lovely green color.|