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Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea is one of the ten famous Chinese teas.
This Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea origins in organic tea base of Tianmu Mountain in Lin’an, Hangzhou. The organic tea base of Tianmu Mountain, has passed the organic certification of European, USA and Japan, is a significant base of planting organic dragon well and green tea. When brewing, it tastes light sweet and fragrance. In Chinese, Mao Feng refers to the hairy buds—to be covered by pekoes means a super quality of the tea leaves. This Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea is produced by traditional manual frying method and the idea of modern crafts of tea making. Combined with the advantages of organic tea and high grade tea, it is suitable for tea lovers of organic tea,
Our Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea meets the most strictly European low pesticide residues standard for agricultural products. View Quality Safety Analyzing Report
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Teavivre has carefully chosen several kinds of organic green tea which is from Tianmu Mountain in Lin’an, Hangzhou.featured as fresh, clean and healthy, such as this Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea, and Organic Dragon Well Long Jing Tea, Organic Hangzhou Tian Mu Qing Ding Green Tea . The tea leaf shows a tight and curly shape, covered by pekoes on its surface. The leaves stretch when brewed, present a color of jade green, and taste a light flavor of chestnut. Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province. Based on the guarantee of being organic, the picking of materials and producing are the top among dragon well teas. You won’t be disappointed whether you’re organic food lovers or tea lovers who chasing high quality of teas.
The particular Organic Dragon Well Long Jing Green Tea that TeaVivre is selling, is guaranteed to be organically grown and produced, independently verified to meet the following certifications:
USA Certified Organic in accordance with the USDA (National Organic Program) accreditation for organic farms, production and produce. USDA certificate number is A-2011-01070_1 / 2012-04961. Europe Certified organic in accordance with both EU regulations Article 29(1) of Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007. Certificate number is A-2011-01070_1 / 2012-04958. Japan Certified organic in compliance with the JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards) regulations for organic agricultural products. Certificate number is A-2011-01070_1 / 2012-04959. Their certifications have been independently verified by BCS Öko-Garantie GmbH - the organic certifier.
The organic tea garden base of Tianmu Mountain in Lin’an, the origin place of this Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea , has years’ experience of planting organic tea, managing the tea garden and producing organic tea. It covers an area about 548 acres, among which about 353 acres has passed the national BCS certification of Germany.
(Tian Mu Tea Garden - Yun Lang.)
Organic produce and other ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation. Tips: it holds a strict standard of building an organic tea garden. For example, the land which is planned to apply a qualification of organic tea garden should never use any pesticides in the past 5 to 10 years. In the range of 10 kilometers from the tea garden no factories should exist.
Information from Hunan Agricultural University shows that green tea contains at least 20% to 23% of tea polyphenols, which for some degree could do help to decline blood fat, anti-aging, inhibit tumor, anti-radiation. Meanwhile, organic green tea have more tea polyphenols. Our body could be more healthy as a result of frequently drinking organic green tea.
dragon well long-leaf tea tree, a kind of shrub. It lives in tea-producing areas in south and north of Yangtze River. Pre-Ming Dragon is a new kind of green tea which is bred by The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences Institute of Tea. The institute aims to make this kind of tea early sprouting, of high quality, hardy and having the ability to resist pest and
In order to guarantee the high quality of fresh tea leaves, it is strictly requested since the picking process: when picking the leaves, your hands must start from the side of leaves, carefully and gently pick off the leaf, then put it into the basket immediately. There is a saying that if the leaf stay on your hand for couples of seconds, the heat from your hands will make the leaf turn into red color.
The fresh tea leaves are from tea trees of Jiukeng specie, also called Jiukeng big-leaf specie, seeding family, bush, mainly distribute in Chun’an, Kaihua in Zhejiang Province and Shexian in Anhui Province. In 1985 it was verified as national specie of number GS13023-1985 by the National Crop Variety Certification Committee. The spring tea has one bud and two leaves, and contains about 3.4% of amino acid, 20.9% of tea polyphenols, 13.3% of catechin and 4.1% of caffeine, which is suitable for making green tea. The dry tea is green bloom, with strong aroma and heavy flavor.In order to guarantee the high quality of fresh tea leaves, it is strictly requested since the picking process: when picking the leaves, your hands must start from the side of leaves, carefully and gently pick off the leaf, then put it into the basket immediately. There is a saying that if the leaf stay on your hand for couples of seconds, the heat from your hands will make the leaf turn into red color.
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I've been drinking the non-organic Teavivre mao feng and that's what I'm used to. This one doesn't do it for me. Yes, it's organic, which just goes to show how much better the non-organic teas taste. Just an unfortunate fact of life. I suggest only trying a sample of this if you love the regular mao feng.
Appearance (tea leaves): What's weird is that the tea leaves are dark but for some reason I want to say it looks vibrant. Aroma: The smell of the leaves has a slight remnant of raw pu'erh. However, it smells so fresh! Appearance (liquor): Bright yellow appearance which really tells me that the tea is fresh. Taste: The taste is similar to a Laoshan Green tea I have from another vendor, but this one is more astringent. Although the tea has an astringency to it, it has a sweetness to the taste. To really enjoy this tea, I find that it is important to make sure that it stays hot. Once the tea becomes warm, the astringency will oddly become stronger it will taste like rubber bands and the aftertaste will make it taste like cardboard.
This organic offering from Teavivre matches my concept of Mao Feng very well: dark, matte-finished somewhat brittle leaves; a pale yellow veering green liquor; a juicy vegetal taste. I like it a lot! It will be interesting to do a steep-off between this Mao Feng and the Huang Shan (of which I now have a full bag!), as that one took me a few tries before I got the brew right. For this tasty pot of Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng, I used 4 grams in 17 ounces of water at 79C steeped for three minutes. Just right. I drank this tea to accompany a lunch featuring a frittata of arugula, parmesan & romano, along with some sautéed sweet vidalia onions (and of course eggs & cream). I also ate the inside of a hot loaf of crusty paesan bread. It turned out to be an excellent pairing, and now I am looking forward to the second infusion with dinner!
Light with a little bit of buttery sweetness. Has a vegetal taste of steamed spinach. Not too much character in this tea but it is not without its charms.
Very good tea, but very different from the Huangshan maofeng. This version has a more strong taste and it's very vegetal...
This is a great basic green tea for an affordable price. I especially like the fact that it is organic which makes this a great value. It brews just like most green teas into a nice cup of tea. I noticed that when the Tian Mu Mao Feng brewed tea cools, it develops a mildly unpleasant taste, so I prefer this tea hot and I don’t think it would be suitable for making ice tea. But apart from that it is really nice. However, it falls a bit short compared to Teavivre’s Huang Shao Mao Feng which, in my opinion, have prettier tea leaves (more deep green color and a nicer, more uniform shape) and a bit fuller taste. Still, If you prefer organic teas then Tian Mu Mao Feng is a really solid and affordable choice, it is a great value.
I miss flavor in this tea. I usually love mao feng but this one doesn't excite me enough. Also, second brewing is too weak.
Dark green in colour this tea provides a sweet aroma when dry. When brewed the sweet aroma comes alive even more together with a gentle bitterness. Both the sweetness and bitterness taste very well, but does not match one another. Hence not five stars.
This exquisite green tea is a welcome antidote to the bitter and grassy greens that are the fare in restaurants and cafés. The long, thin leaves resemble spinach, so the light, fragrant golden tea they produce is a surprise. The flavour is vegetal and fruity: simply delightful. An added benefit is the reasonable price for this organic treat.
My only chance to sample more new tea today is in the morning. Green tea doesn’t give me the caffeine burst that I need to kick my brain into motion, but I will go ahead and take one for the team anyway. When I first opened the sample package of Organic Tian Mu Mao Feng Green Tea (I’m glad I only have to type it and not say it), the strongest pre-brewed smell that I ever experienced launched from within. I’m not sure how to identify it. Fresh cut asparagus on steroids is the best descripion that my sputtering brain can come up with (without my morning cups of turbocharged black tea). I brewed the long thin black leaves for two minutes at 195 degrees. A greenish gold liquid became the final product. The flavor of this tea is very light. There are twinges of sweetness and grassy or vegetable attributes, but nothing that takes charge. That is not to say this is a weak tea, because it is not. The flavor is full but not overbearing. I found it very easy to guzzle down four cups of this brew. I also enjoyed the light sweet aftertaste after each sip. Teavivre has created another tasty and distinct tea with characteristics all its own. This would be a terrific selection to enjoy in the afternoon, at dinner, or for dessert. This review was originally published on Steepster by Stoo in Aug, 2012. TeaVivre has added this whole review here by getting permission from Stoo.
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