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Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea

Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea
Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea
Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea
Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea
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Brief Introduction to
Wu Yuan Ming Mei Green Tea

Wu Yuan Ming Mei is a type of green tea originally produced in Wu Kou village, Wu Yuan County of China’s Jiangxi Province. The village is widely hailed as the most scenic of China’s countryside. The name “Ming Mei” literally means “Eyebrow Tea”. It describes the shape of the tea, which resembles a beautiful lady’s eyebrow, long and thin with a graceful arch.

Wuyuan green tea is historically famous. According to the record in Chajing, the only professional and culture-based book written by Lu Yu who was respectably called Saint of Tea, it was ranked top-level green tea since the Tang Dynasty. Wuyuan tea was acclaimed to be the treasures in the Song Dynasty, and in Dynasties of Ming and Qing, Wuyuan green tea was ranked in the list of royal tribute. In 1915, Wuyuan won the gold medal of Panama-Pacific Intenational Exposition. In 1935, in an authoritative book named All About Tea ,Wuyuan green tea was praised to be one of the best green tea in China. In 1999, Wuyuan green tea won the gold medal of Kunming International Horticultural Exhibition.

Wu Yuan is a major hometown of Chinese green tea, where ridges and peaks rise one after another, ravine stream billow, rains come suitable and winds breeze gentle, and is a region abounds with famous tea in history due to its special climate and fertile soil. WuYuan MingMei tea grows only in the WuYuan mountains and is harvested in small quantities in the early spring. The rich soil and abundant rainfall make the perfect growing environment for this delicious and fresh tea.

Wuyuan Mingmei has a very thin layer of white hair on the leaf surface. Once brewed, the liquid is light green with a tinge of golden sheen. The taste is fresh and somewhat intense, but not bitter. The finish is refreshing and crisp.

make the perfect cup of
Wu Yuan Ming Mei 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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    • 85°C | 185°F
    • Time
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    • 2-3 Min for 1st Infusion
    • Infusion
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    • 4-5 infusions

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