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This Nonpareil Huang Shan Mao Feng is handmade from pre-ming wild tea. One of the Chinese Top Ten teas. Pre-ming tea has strict requirement of the picking time and its making standard, thus the sparrow-tongue appearance could been perfect formed, as well as the smooth sweet taste. Both of these characteristics are favoured by tea lovers.
Te Gong refers to two Chinese words: 特(tè) and 贡(gòng). 特 is short for 特级, which means the tea’s grade is nonpareil; while 贡 is short for 贡品(gòng pǐn), meaning that the tea was used to be paid as tribute to the emperor.
Enjoy charming sparrow-tongue shape, sweet and refreshing taste. Breath of fresh spring air anytime from this appealing pre-ming wild Nonpareil Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea.
Shexian County (歙县), also called as She County, is a famous historic and cultural city lying in the south of Anhui Province. It geographically locates at 118°15′E to 118°53′E, 29°30′N to 30°7′N. The county belongs to Huangshan City, covers an area of 2122 square kilometres.
Dailin Tea Garden is located in Da Guyun village in Huang Shan. Da Guyun originally was implicating high mountains and deep valleys. The tea garden lies in remote areas in high mountains, at which the air is clean, the climate is moist and the four seasons are distinct. People here only plant tea and chrysanthemum.
Wild tea grown everywhere around hillsides
Tea farmers climbed the steep slope of the hill to pick tea, it’s really a hard task.
Chrysanthemum seedling grown among tea trees. People here only grow tea and Chrysanthemum.
Mr Ke, who was born and grown up in the tea village, has been in tea industry for more than 40 years. He began to pick tea follow with parents early in his childhood and aspired to become a excellent tea maker. He started to learn making tea in his 15-year and quickly mastered the traditional skill of making Huang Shan Mao Feng tea. “I will devoted my whole life accompany with tea, as well as the innocent tea village” said Mr Ke.
At Dailing Tea Garden, Angel and Chris met tea farmer Ms Liu who introduced how they pick the tea.
The fresh tea leaves are from tea trees of Huangshan large-leaf species, originally distributes in Huang Shan. It is characteristic in early sprout, dense sprout, strong bud, numerous fuzz. The sample of one bud with two leaves of spring tea from this species contains about 5.2% of amino acid, 24.50% of tea polyphenols, 138.04mg/g of catechin and44.03% of aqueous extract.
Due to its ideal tea growing environment of high mountains, cool weather and cloudy weather, the area around Mt. HuangShan in Anhui has been used to cultivate high quality tea for centuries. Modern HuangShan MaoFeng tea however traces its roots back to the late 1800's and a merchant called Xie Zheng An, who fled the war at the time and decided to setup a family tea business at HuangShan Mountain. Naming it after where it was produced – HuangShan mountain – and its appearance – looking like a fur covered mountain peak - the tea his family produced quickly became very popular in China due to its excellent quality and great taste and aroma.
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Considering it's a nonpareil I would've expect more of it, tastewise its very mild and subtle, If you're not a keen tea drinker than you might not even be able to tell much how it taste like.
Nonpareil Te Gong Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea (2017) I am quite familiar with Huang Shan Mao Feng, but never had a nonpareil version before (maybe a few premium). If I compare this nonpareil to another Huang Shan Mao Feng I recently bought from another Chinese tea store, not advertised as being nonpareil, but also picked in spring 2017, the TeaVivre’s nonpareil one is not as fragrant, not as tasty and definitely not as smooth. Also, the color of wet leaves is not as vibrant. Just in case you think it’s simply a matter of how it was stored, I will tell you that the TeaVivre’s nonpareil l Huang Shan Mao Feng was kept in the double lidded silver tea tin I got at the same time as the tea, and stored it in the fridges, while the tea leaves from the other store were kept in a ceramic tea jar, in my bookcase, in my office. Usually, when there is a nonpareil version of a good tea, I go for it; I just buy less and make it count. But when it comes to this particular one, I would say: don’t bother.
This is a subtle kind of tea, meant to be more elegant and fragrant than others. It has significantly less chestnut than dragonwell, and more floral flavors, and is thinner and more thirst quenching. It's good for more frequent drinking. However, I was slightly dissapointed with this particular variety. Huangshan Mao Feng is my favorite kind of tea, but I feel the floral fragrance of this one I ordered is not as beautiful as ones I've had from other vendors at a significantly lower price.
One of my favourites. Clean, fresh and crisp taste. Really smooth and pleasant mouthfeel without any bitterness. Aroma is bold with freshly cut grass, flowers, toasted chestnuts and sugarcane. I think I noticed some honey too. Tea is sophisticated and subtle. It taste notes of green, sweet, toasted chestnuts, floral, sugarcane fresh and honey. It leaves nice long-lasting and lingering sweetness to mouth. Although it's fairly expensive tea, I recommend to try it, as it's more of an experience than just regular cup of tea.
I am going to have to experiment with this one. The flavor is pleasant, but very subtle.
This is a great tea! One of my favorites sold on teavivre. Pleasant taste, no bitterness. Interesting flowery aroma! With that said, IMHO it is a little bit overpriced, as i have found a few other great green teas on this website that are about 30% cheaper but taste as great.
Very pleasant sublet tasting tea. Light and smooth. This is a good tea for sipping all day long, as its taste is mild and enjoyable.
Lovely umami taste. Clean crisp.
Another tea that is full of positive surprises. When rinsed, and later when water is spilled over leaves it sends strong, brisk smell of freshly cut grass. But taste is completely different - it is sophisticated, smooth and milky. Sweet aftertaste stays for a very long time. Just be careful not to have too much of this tea, for it can be heavy on the stomach.
The dry leaves a re medium long and yellow-green. It’s a very clean and sweet and mineral brew. Notes of green bean, chestnut, and sugarcane with a slightly floral finish. As the leaves open up they become bright green and reveal nice budsets. A nice and refreshing green, mao fengs are my favorite.
Reply: This Nonpareil Te Gong Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea is 2017 harvest. We will update the information later.
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