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Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea

Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
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Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea
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Brief Introduction to
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea


Mao Shan Qing Feng tea is originally produced in Mao lu town, Jin Tan of China’s Jiangsu Province. It was created in 1940s and named “qi qiang green tea” in the beginning, and it was renamed as this new name “Mao Shan Qing Feng” in 1980s, which has continued ever since.

Quality characteristics of maoshan qingfeng tea:
Shape: Flat appearance, straight as a sword
Color: green and smooth
Aroma: Aroma: clean aroma high long
Taste: fresh and mellow, brisk
Tea leafs: tender yellow and fat, evenly

Jintan is in the subtropical monsoon climate zone, and its climate is characterized by four seasons, adequate sunshine, proper rainfall with very few natural disasters. The annual average temperature is about 15.3°C (59.5 °F), and the average annual rainfall is approximately 1,063.5 millimetres (41.87 in). The frost-free period covers over 228 days, Average humidity is 78%, all these provide unique conditions for the growth of tea plants.

make the perfect cup of
Mao Shan Qing Feng (Green Peaks) Green Tea

    • Teaware
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    • 12 OZ. Tall Glass Teacup, Gaiwan (Bowl)
    • Leaves
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    • 1 TBS
    • Water
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    • Filtered (Spring) Water
    • Fire
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    • 80°C | 176°F
    • Time
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    • 2-3 Min for 1st Infusion
    • Infusion
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    • 4-5 infusions

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