2012 Autumn Te Ji Grade Lianghe Hui Long Green Tea 100g

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2012 Autumn Te Ji Grade Lianghe Hui Long Green Tea 100g
2012 Autumn Te Ji Grade Lianghe Hui Long Green Tea 100g 2012 Autumn Te Ji Grade Lianghe Hui Long Green Tea 100g 2012 Autumn Te Ji Grade Lianghe Hui Long Green Tea 100g

Category: Green tea

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Harvest: 9/2012 - Huilong Zhai, Dachang village, Lianghe county, Dehong prefecture

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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High grade famous high mountain green tea from Huilong Zhai, Dachang village, Lianghe county, Dehong prefecture.

Huilong village, land area 1.28 square kilometers, elevation 1650 meters, average annual temperature 14.9 ℃, annual precipitation 1491.6 mm.

Strong spicy fragrance of dry leaves. Pick one bud/two leaves. This tea is very good for experimenting with little cooler water ! Low temperature make this tea milky cloudy, full in mouth and very stimulation !

Cultivar : Old Yunnan Large leaves varietal tea trees (sexual variety of tea plant, about 50 years old tea trees)


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Eternal Spring
18.03.2013 16:00:09
Eternal Spring

Great tea for regular drinking

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Dry leaves smell strongly, sweet. I am using cooler water. The first infusion is then a delicious spicy flavored, really nice. Other infusions are tasty, full. Autumn 2012 harvest, I think, is a bit better than the spring one. Probably depends on the weather. I bought 250 grams for $ 14. Great tea for regular drinking also at work. The tea is greatly stimulative.

70°C – 60s/40s/80s/120s


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