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    For those expecting the light, delicate and elusive nature that is commonly associated with white and yellow teas will be in for a big surprise with Wei Shan Mao Jian. For this tea is remarkably smoky in both taste and fragrance. However, this is not to say that it is a bad tea in any way. On the contrary, people who appreciate its unique characteristic raved highly about this tea. Among those who are known to adore this tea were Chairman Mao and Chairman Liu (Shaoqi), the latter of which was known to serve this tea to all his guests from all over the world. Hua Guo Feng (a famous Chinese poet) once stated that "Wei Shan Mao Feng has a very special style and is truly unique from all other teas". We couldn't agree more. The tea leaves are picked from very limited wild grown tea trees, making this a very rare and unique yellow tea.

    Other names:
    Mount Wei Fur Tip

    Taste:
    A unique and strong smoky aroma and taste that will last through many infusions, promising a very special tea tasting experience.

    Appearance:
    One-bud-one-leaf and one-bud-two-leaves varieties. The leaves are blackish yellow in color as a result of the smoking process in making the tea.

    Origin:
    Wei Shan, Hunan Province

    Harvest Period:
    Spring 2010 (Ming Qian Cha)

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