Awesome green tea! I was taken back by the size of these leafs but it makes sense once you learn that it is flattened after it is pan-fired. Thankfully I asked the helpful gentlemen at Happy Lucky’s how I should brew this because I wouldn’t have done it right.

Apparently you simply add the tea to the water unfiltered! You can also eat the leafs when you are drinking for some extra flavor. Leafs are little bitter for my liking but overall still unique and good.

This tea is light, sweet, and smooth. Probably my favorite green tea out of China that I have currently tasted. It is a little on the expensive side…. $7.00/OZ or something like that. Don’t let that shy you away! GO FOR IT! DO IT!

Flavors: Floral, Green, Smooth, Sweet

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Graduate student & tea enthusiast. Interested in learning the history, origins, brewing styles, and general information of various teas. Tips and suggestions to brew the perfect pot of tea are greatly appreciated!


Fort Collins, Colorado

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