Xing-Yang Mao Jian is a top listed premium Chinese Green Tea. It is produced in Xing-Yang area, where most of the plantations are 800 meters or more above the sea level. The area is known by its rich natural water system through numerous creeks and the high altitude mist all year round.
XingYang Mao Jian by far a top quality Chinese Mao Jian (downy needle) tea, characterized by long and tight needle shape, with the bud leaves covered with drown - a indication of the tenderness of the young leaves. The leaves are so fine that 0.5kg can contain up to 100,000 leaves, making its production extremely labour intense. It has a unique refreshing fragrance, tea brew in jade green color with a rich, mellowing after taste. It is a treat for premium green tea lovers.
We offer 2 packaging size for Mao Jian loose leaf green tea - 50g and 100g.
My order came today. Many thanks, absolutely delicious!
I really like this tea! It is emerald green and very clean & I will be ordering more of it in the future. David
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