Ok green tea. Can be bitter if oversteeped.
Can be steeped 3-4 times.
One of the top ten Chinese green teas and a tribute tea to the royal families since 16th century. Also called Frightening Fragrance, and it is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma, white hairs and early cropping (before April 5th or Ming Qian harvest).
JiangSu Province, Eastern part of China. Harvest between March 20th and April 4th.
Curly tender leaves with showy white hairs.
Floral and slightly misty aroma. Clear, pale golden infusion. Fruity taste with subtle and exquisite sweetness.
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