|Description||Rating & Review||Brewing Guide||Recommendations|
|I liked it; I enjoyed the light taste of this tea. |
|Very interesting chestnut flavour (even in the second infusion). |
|Mild-flavored tea, very nice though.|
|A very nice green tea, very mild flavor.|
|Personally I prefer his white version, but I have to admit that the green one has an outstanding second infusion! |
|It tastes stronger than Bai Hao Yin Zhen (white tea version). It has more typical green tea flavour, but smells and tastes close to the white tea version. I prefer the white version, but that is a matter of taste. Still a good one, with special aroma. Though I am not out of my socks impressed, it is still far over satisfactory.|
Niels Christian (7/4/2006)
|Smooth gentle sweetness that is enhanced with successive infusions. A shy tea that requires about 50% more leaf by weight to come alive in the cup. |
|This tea reminds me of some sweet, fresh vegatable that escapes description. It is very smooth with a good mouth-feel. A pale infusion, does not over-steep easily.|
|An obviously good tea. Though this tea is good value for money it is not stunning. It is good quality and good buds but it lacks some quality. Certainly a good daily green though.|
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