This Sichuan green tea is a close "relative" and competitor of the "Green Snails" from Jiangsu. It should be noted separately that this tea is produced in the mountainous region, where there aren't large cities nearby - and this it's itself a considerable plus! The difference between them is quite thin and it isn't easy to distinguish them even to a green tea connoisseur. In many ways, this translates into the plane of personal perception and preferences. Harvest ocured by hand from the topmost shoots.
It is also produces without any mechanization - in the process of making master (working in fabric gloves) crush and press the tea leaves with their hands to the walls of a roasting wok. As a result, the juice is squeezed out, the tea is simultaneously dries, roasts, and curles into the fragrant flagella. After that, it cools to room temperature packs (further keeping of green tea is made in the freezer!).
Taste palette: special, refreshing, slightly grassy taste with floral notes (reminiscent of orchid scent) typical of this sort of green tea, as well as something remotely present in the aftertaste that resembles melted milk.
First time to try this brand. Really good tea that fills the room with the smell of aromatic spices.
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Great value for a good product.
This tea is delicious either hot or cold. Im actually put it in Glass and made sun tea out of it. Great value.
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Excellent tasting tea.
I liked everything about it. I love Tea and this is the absolute best.
Thanks for your review.
The best tea
I started drinking this tea when I wanted to conceive and it helped my hormones and overall mood so much. I mixed in pineapple juice and apple cider vinegar and chia seeds. It also helps with pms! I love this tea and I swear by it.
Thank you for your review. It is very kind of you.
Enjoy this tea!
Like to use organic teas and this was a very good choice. Recommended.