"Chayuan village"

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Green Tea
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Green Tea Leaves
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Caffeine
High
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  • “Vallhallow thank you for this sample! This appears to be a Dragonwell. Flattened leaves of comparable size. I would say a lower-grade Dragonwell based on the coloring of the leaves but not a...” Read full tasting note
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From Hillside Tea

Tasting Notes: Sesame, Honey Butter, Sweet Potato
Gardens planted starting in the 1950s are located in a mountainous growing region. This small, environmentally focused village is composed of only a few hundred families. Since an earthquake in 2008, the village has been working with the NGO Green Camel Bell to develop sustainable agricultural systems with a focus on high quality tea production and processing. Without the influence of macro agriculture, this isolated mountain village can focus on true organic growing practices and work in tea to create an economic stimulus for the community. Chayuan translates to ‘tea garden’.

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Vallhallow thank you for this sample! This appears to be a Dragonwell. Flattened leaves of comparable size. I would say a lower-grade Dragonwell based on the coloring of the leaves but not a low-grade knock-off based on the taste. It tastes very similar to a Dragonwell. Notes of sesame, dried grass, and slight mineral touches. Vegetal wet leaf aroma. Overcooked peas and asparagus. Overall it’s not a bad Dragonwell. Good for coffee shops and on the go but it is not one I will seek out to buy.

Their main website is currently down but here is the interview from the company on www.teatiff.com

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