Du Yun Mao Jian [duplicate]

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Brussels Sprouts, Cashew, Spinach, Sweet Corn, Almond, Bok Choy, Marine, Melon, Peas
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Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec 5 g 17 oz / 495 ml

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  • “A very Complex Green Tea worth muliple infusions. Gong Fu style is enjoyable, but I tend to brew this one western style with A LOT of leaf. Aromatics of steamed spinach, steamed cabbage, with a bit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Nice and delicate tea with intense flavors. Lively with long lasting notes. Prepared on the strong side it reminds me of some yellow teas. Slight astringency that is really nice and keeps the tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A lovely green tea from China. Mildly astringent and with a slight roasted note in the first infusion, and pleasantly sweet in the second one. Vegetal throughout. First infusion – 30 min. @ 70 deg....” Read full tasting note
    85

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The infusion provides bold marine and vegetable (fried spinach) aromas. The liquor is light yellow, slightly cloudy, lively and sweet, complemented by pleasant fruity (melon) and vegetable accents. A strong and refreshing tea perfect for warm weather!

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A very Complex Green Tea worth muliple infusions. Gong Fu style is enjoyable, but I tend to brew this one western style with A LOT of leaf. Aromatics of steamed spinach, steamed cabbage, with a bit of a nuttiness to it. The taste itself transforms through multiple infusions. The first infusion I did at 175f with about 5g of leaf gave me those vegetable notes mentioned in the aromatics. The second steeping at the same temperature gave me the same, giving way to a bit more nuttiness and a fuller body. The last infusion at 195f steeped for 4 minutes completely transformed it in a thicker textured tea with sweeter notes meeting a brothy kind of tea. The perfect amount of astringency throughout, and very hard to over-steep. This is by far the most enjoyable Chinese Green i’ve ever had. The Theanine hit was immediate in the first infusion, relaxing me completely.

The body/heady sensation is a very calm alertness. I very much enjoy this tea, and for the price point, it’s a must have.

I’d tried it Gong Fu style in my gaiwan as well. It draws out the experience, starting vegetale, moving into a nuttiness, and then a sweetness through the infusions. It’s a fascinating tea.

Flavors: Brussels Sprouts, Cashew, Spinach, Sweet Corn

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 15 sec 5 tsp 15 OZ / 450 ML

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14 tasting notes

Nice and delicate tea with intense flavors. Lively with long lasting notes. Prepared on the strong side it reminds me of some yellow teas. Slight astringency that is really nice and keeps the tea alive.

Flavors: Almond, Bok Choy, Marine, Melon, Peas

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 4 g 3 OZ / 80 ML
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95 tasting notes

A lovely green tea from China. Mildly astringent and with a slight roasted note in the first infusion, and pleasantly sweet in the second one. Vegetal throughout.

First infusion – 30 min. @ 70 deg. in flask

Second infusion – 2+ hours @ boiling in flask

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 8 min or more 5 g 32 OZ / 955 ML

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