Xin Yang Mao Jian Green Tea

Robust flavour, stronger and thicker green tea

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Xin Yang Mao Jian Green Tea

Robust flavour, stronger and thicker green tea

91% of 100

Dong Jia He, Xinyang City, Henan Province, China


Spring Tea

Harvest Date:

April 18, 2024

Dry Leaf:  

These thin, tender leaves are elegantly and evenly shaped;

and covered in some white hairs.


Fresh and tender, slight floral and bean aroma, robust notes


Bright yellowish green (Vibrant chartreuse)


Tea liquor is a bit thick, taste fresh and brisk with slight

hint of floral,long-lasting sweet aftertaste

Tea Bush:

C.sinensis cv.Xinyang10

Tea Garden:

Che Yun Shan Tea Garden


Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)


Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated

Shelf Life:

18 Months

Angel’s Comment:

This tea is an excellent choice for tea lovers, especially those who appreciate a green tea with a flavor that is stronger and more distinctive than average.

This lovely green tea opens up with a rich, grassy vegetal flavor, savory up front with a warm sweetness that lingers afterwards and then deepens in later steeps. It’s a surprisingly bold taste for a green, and the dry leaves are long and thin, with downy silver buds in between. This spring-picked Xinyang Maojian is produced in Xinyang County of the Henan province, and is widely regarded as one of China’s top ten teas with its distinct color and flavor. It is often drunk after work or during hot weather, when you just need a relaxing drink.

Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 8.8oz / 250ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
185℉ / 85℃ 185℉ / 85℃
2 Teaspoons / 2.5g Tea 4g Tea
Brewing time: 5 - 8 mins 4 steeps: 20s, 40s, 50s, 70s
Tea Garden

Che Yun Shan Tea Garden locates in Dong Jia He, belongs to Dabie Mountains District, Xinyang, This tea is grown in the Che Yun Shan Tea Garden, located in Dong Jia He among the misty Dabie Mountains District. This is the birthplace of Xinyang Maojian Tea. The high mountains and their steep slopes mean extra fertilization is rarely necessary. This natural, ecological growth process makes for very high quality tea.

Che Yun Shan Tea Garden

Tea Farmer

Mr. Kong has been involved in the tea industry for more than ten years, and focuses on providing high quality teas to tea lovers, and on producing increasingly natural, safe, and healthy teas. Asked how he feels about tea culture, Mr. Kong says: “Tea culture is a concept which is different for people in different areas. Although it is complex, one thing’s for sure, and that is just like managing an enterprise, tea culture also needs to be managed to keep up with its fast pace of development in the modern world.”

Longwu Tea Garden


Our Xinyang Maojian is grown in its original birthplace, Dong Jia He, joint to Dabie Mountains District, Xinyang country in Henan province. This area has high-reaching mountains covered in deep forests, guaranteeing the humid, cloudy conditions needed during the growing season for high-quality tea. In contrast to the more southern provinces, Henan tends to be colder, with the mountains covered with snow in the winter. In turn, this leads to a distinctive tea bush with smaller, robust leaves, another characteristic of Xinyang Maojian.

Map of Xinyang

Tea Bush

C.sinensis cv.Xinyang 10 is selected from the Xinyang Qunti Variety. The smooth, neat leaves emerge from the thick branches of a medium-sized vegetative propagation shrub. It sprouts easily despite the cold weather in the region where it grows. It produces high quality green tea, especially Xinyang Maojian Green Tea.

Xinyang 10 tea bush


Production of tea in Xinyang county, Henan stretches back over a thousand years; however, the origins of Xinyang Maojian in particular traces back to 1903 when the local government brought in tea masters from Anhui in order to develop a local tea industry. Several years devoted to improving growing and production techniques led to the development of this unique tea, and it quickly gained reputation within China as a fabulous and characteristic green tea.

In 1915 it then gained international recognition by winning a gold medal at the World Expo, held in San Francisco that year. Then, in 1958 it was officially recognized in China as one of the country’s “top ten” teas. Today it is still widely grown in its birthplace of the high Xinyang mountains, and is much sought after by Chinese tea drinkers.

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