E Sheng Mao Jian Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Bitter, Black Pepper, Butter, Floral, Garden Peas, Grass Seed, Green Bell Peppers, Kale, Nuts, Olives, Plants, Spinach, Tart, Umami, Vegetal
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170 °F / 76 °C 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “[Spring 2020 harvest] This green tea is really solid with no obvious drawbacks and may be my favourite tea from the Tea Joint samples I ordered.  Already the dry leaf aroma is quite complex with a...” Read full tasting note
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A wonderful Green tea, definitely a must try. It has a rich aroma with hints of creamy pistachios. The flavour has a robust sweetness to it with sunflower seed undertones. The aftertaste is long-lasting and pleasant.

E Sheng Mao Jiang can be served in the morning, afternoon or evening. A tea for any occasion. Soothes the body and calms the mind. Warms you up and sets a good mood.

Best brewed at a temperature of 80°С (176°F). Tea-to-water ratio is 4 g. (0.14 oz) per 100 ml. (3.5 oz) of water. Ye Shen Lue Cha can be brewed in porcelain or glass teaware. Recommended brewing methods: Pin cha and cold-brewing. The tea may be steeped up to 8 times.

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[Spring 2020 harvest]

This green tea is really solid with no obvious drawbacks and may be my favourite tea from the Tea Joint samples I ordered. 

Already the dry leaf aroma is quite complex with a floral sweetness base and notes of nuts, corn, apple juice, flax seeds, and semolina flour. On the other hand, wet leaves smell quite different. I get notes like thistles, butter, brussel sprouts, garden peas, spinach there. 

The taste profile then follows the latter fairly closely. It is actually somewhat bitter for a green tea, which I definitely don’t mind. There is also a lot of umami and a sort of vegetal tartness. I could detect flavours of olives, sea holly, kale and pepper among other ones.

The mouthfeel is soft and numbing, but not overly thick or heavy.

Flavors: Bitter, Black Pepper, Butter, Floral, Garden Peas, Grass Seed, Green Bell Peppers, Kale, Nuts, Olives, Plants, Spinach, Tart, Umami, Vegetal

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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