Not sure if I’ll get this again. If you steep the tea too long you get an extremely bitter tea. It almost hurts going down. By steeping it shorter, however, it turns out to be a nice sweet/bitter taste that is actually somewhat enjoyable.
Scientifically as Ligustrum Robustum, or better known as “Qing Shan Lu Shui” which translate to clear mountain green water. Reputed in traditional Chinese medicine that these leaves may help to detox, liver cleanse, lower blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. When brewed, the leaves yield a slight astringent and bitter taste, yet dissipates and leaves the palate with a clean sweetness. Angel green is grown in both Sichuan and Guangxi provinces.
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